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re: So, the blood in the streets cuts to Medicaid - ShortyRob
If you really think about how grocery store is typically built you realize that it's largely built on trust. I mean securing the stuff is virtually impossible. Walking out with the product requires virtually no skill whatsoever I used to work as a grocery manager long time ago. Estimated shrin...
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re: So, the blood in the streets cuts to Medicaid - ShortyRob
There is literally no way that somebody doesn't know why grocery stores don't serve some of these areas...
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re: So, the blood in the streets cuts to Medicaid - ShortyRob
[quote] I'm not a grocer. Could be zoning, available land, lack of perceived customer base, logistic[/quote] none of the above. Try again...
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re: So, the blood in the streets cuts to Medicaid - ShortyRob
[quote]One more time, why would grocers willing give up areas where they are clearly underserved? [/quote] he knows the reason he's just too chicken shite to say it...
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re: So, the blood in the streets cuts to Medicaid - ShortyRob
Frankly do use of the term poor is inappropriate the vast majority of times it is used in relation to Americans. It's just complete and utter nonsense...
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re: So, the blood in the streets cuts to Medicaid - ShortyRob
Just to interject. Estimates run between 74% sms 85% of families below poverty line have a car. When you consider the number of those that may live in cities where even well off people don't have cars........ and the number who have available carpooling options, it would seem likely that n...
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re: Pentagon OKs gay, active military member to wear uniform in Pride parade - ShortyRob
[quote] Pentagon OKs gay, active military member to wear uniform in Pride parade[/quote] Another case of the protected groups actuality having MORE freedom and rights than those they whine about. Why should ANYONE be prevented from using the uniform for individual political statements now?...
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re: So, the blood in the streets cuts to Medicaid - ShortyRob
[quote] The poli board: where calling someone a girl is code for calling someone dumb[/quote] You are correct. My post was out of line. Bama is an idiot. Being male or female is irrelevant to that point...
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re: So, the blood in the streets cuts to Medicaid - ShortyRob
[quote] she loves her some Bernie, another grifter. [/quote] ah. Bama is a girl. Color Me shocked...
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re: So, the blood in the streets cuts to Medicaid - ShortyRob
[quote] There is nothing compassionate about stripping the poor of access to health care to provide a tax cut to the wealthy. If you can't see that...wow. [/quote] it is always humorous to me that liberals believe that seeing a person in trouble forcing a different group of people to help the pers...
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re: So, the blood in the streets cuts to Medicaid - ShortyRob
[quote] It's almost as if health expenditures have historically grown faster than inflation, and we can account for that. Who knew?![/quote] :rotflmao: The sad part is, you think the driver of that connection is exactly the opposite of what it obviously actually is. It's like you're a sp...
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re: So, the blood in the streets cuts to Medicaid - ShortyRob
Ya gotta love liberals. "Hey, let's pass a law that mandates growth WELL beyond the inflation rate...........then, when sane people show up after us and try to bring it back to sanity, we'll call that a "cut"". ...
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re: So, the blood in the streets cuts to Medicaid - ShortyRob
[quote]The vast majority of upheaval in the individual markets is due to deliberate sabotage of the law by Republicans. [/quote]False...
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re: The Textalyzer - New Tool to Infringe on our Civil Liberties - ShortyRob
[quote]If you say you don't have a phone on you, can they search your vehicle? [/quote] LOL. Now THERE is a solid question. ...
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re: So, the blood in the streets cuts to Medicaid - ShortyRob
Poor liberals. Years ago, they could call reductions in growth "cuts" and it would basically remain a secret to all but the engaged. They could rely on the MSM dutifully parroting the "cut" language. It's getting harder for them to keep their lies out of the hands of the general public th...
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re: So, the blood in the streets cuts to Medicaid - ShortyRob
[quote] If the answer is less (it is), that's a cut.[/quote] Nope...
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re: The Textalyzer - New Tool to Infringe on our Civil Liberties - ShortyRob
If you passed a law suspending licenses for 24 months after having 2 at fault accidents, you'd likely save more lives than any of this. WHY not. Let's just go nuts...
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re: Is Affirmative Action a form of discrimination? - ShortyRob
[quote]-if they sent recruiters to historically black universities attempting to get them to apply for jobs with their company, I would say no.[/quote] If that's all they did for AA, then AA wouldn't work. ...
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re: Is Affirmative Action a form of discrimination? - ShortyRob
The answer to the OP is yes. I mean, anyone denying that isn't worth chatting with. The question is......"do you consider it OK?......and if so, why?"...
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re: The Textalyzer - New Tool to Infringe on our Civil Liberties - ShortyRob
[quote]Doesn't matter what app, it will still pick up mms, sms, etc to see if something was sent or read. Be safe everyone. Later. [/quote] You're a chicken shite poster. ...
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