Monday, May 17, 2010

Something that I forgot to post, old news but interesting

Yikes, this was suppose to be sent awhile ago. Just now noticed it sitting in my draft folder
Hey Gang,

As you know Rep. Kucinich caved in and voted for Socialized medicine. Keep things in perspective. He was never on the side of the Right, he was holding out because the health care bill was not liberal enough.
It appears though that Dennis was bought, not for certain but it appears, because suddenly $172 million comes through for Ohio for the foreclosure mess. I want to know who gets the money and how it will be spent. I think that cities with as much corruption as Cleveland money should not be allocated to it until things are cleaned up.

My friend Ter' up in Michigan would like to see this duo.
So lets all get on the band wagon and start to support THIS TICKET for 2012. Gingrich/Palin
Palin said the Republican Party needs new blood and new leaders, "but we also need statesmen and heroes like John McCain in there to help us get through these challenging times."
When Sarah said these words while stumping for McCain she slipped a couple of notches in my standings. A speaker at the National Tea Party said their anger is also aimed at rhino Republicans. Well if Sarah is suppose to be our answer she needs to distance herself from rhinos like McCain. She owes him nothing, in fact McCain owes her. Even though he lost she revived his candidacy and made it a closer race. It would of been a lot uglier without her.
1. Once reform is fully implemented, over 95% of Americans will have health insurance coverage, including 32 million who are currently uninsured.
WHAT??? This is crazy talk. Over 95% including 32 million currently uninsured will have coverage. I thought this plan was coverage for everyone? So all this ballyhoo and still not everyone is covered?
3. Just like members of Congress, individuals and small businesses who can't afford to purchase insurance on their own will be able to pool together and choose from a variety of competing plans with lower premiums. And those who still can't afford it still get fined up to $1,000 for not carrying it.
5. Health care will be more affordable for families and small businesses thanks to new tax credits, subsidies, and other assistance—paid for largely by taxing insurance companies, drug companies, and the very wealthiest Americans.
SOCIALISM, TAX THE WEALTHY AND THE COMPANIES. How will this lower cost? Everyone knows companies pass cost increases on to the consumer in higher prices. More key wording to pay attention to is: paid for largely by, it doesn't say completely by, so where is the rest coming from?

Millard of Kentucky informed me with this news about China....
In China 35 million Chinese and 20 million migrant workers lost their jobs as thousands of factories closed with many more thousand slated to shut their doors because of the US economy. The US is not buying enough Chinese products.
...and about Kentucky.
34 thousand in Kentucky are on unemployment. The unemployment went broke so Kentucky had to borrow money from the Federal Government.

Joe U. told me somehow he was added on Facebook as a Friend of the city of Euclid. Joe writes...
Some how I became a friend of the city of Euclid. If Billy Boy (Mayor Cervenik) finds out he might kick me out or send those nasty inspectors over to my house. Joe U

Kristine in S. Ohio sends along this important tips.
Do your homework before you fly! Virgin Airlines just announced they will be charging fees for carryon luggage, rates will vary if you put it above your seat or in the belly of the plane and other airlines are going to do the same soon.

REMEMBER: Cell Phone Numbers Go Public this month. REMINDER.... All cell phone numbersare being released to telemarketing companies and you will start to receive sales calls. .... YOU WILL BE CHARGED FOR THESE CALLS To prevent this, call the following number from your cell phone: 888-382-1222 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting 888-382-1222 end_of_the_skype_highlighting. It is the National DO NOT CALL list. It will only take a minute of your time.. It blocks your number for five years.

In the Cleveland Plain Dealer they had good news. The article title read house values rose in Cleveland. They sure did, a whopping .3%!!!! Take my one house in Euclid, in 2003 it was valued at $69,900, now its at $61,000 but with the .3% increase the new value is $61,183. I guess for the Cleveland area this is tremendous news.

My friends in Tracy City, Tennessee can be proud of their lil town, it made the national news. They elected a dead person for mayor. The towns people said it was much better than the opponent, Brock. Can you imagine losing to a dead person? Even though it does reminds me of John McCain. He's been dead awhile and he's still a senator.

I will try to keep current!
Carey Masci

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