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Old January 5th, 2015, 03:05 AM   #21
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ACA act.. is where I got my numbers... have you read it..

Should have.

Obamacare Cadillac plans? You're gonna pay for that...


even the Leftwingnut Media has figured it out.

BUt not the "Gruber" voters like you Goober.
I was just pointing out that even though you may have got the numbers from somewhere you don't have a clue what they mean.
You did say that ObamaCare went 1.7 trillion over budget in the first year.
I just pointed out that that was pure fantasy..........
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Old January 5th, 2015, 05:28 AM   #22
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I was just pointing out that even though you may have got the numbers from somewhere you don't have a clue what they mean.
You did say that ObamaCare went 1.7 trillion over budget in the first year.
I just pointed out that that was pure fantasy..........
Maybe you need to try to read.

1. I did not say it was 1.7 trillion over budget in the first year

2. the 900 billion cost was for 10 YEARS.

3. The cost now has risen to 2.6 trillion for the 10 years. (due to delays in Mandates, Cost over runs and Doc Fix etc..)


Which is what we (the TEA Party said the cost would be. We knew the 900 billion was bogus.
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Maybe you need to try to read.

1. I did not say it was 1.7 trillion over budget in the first year

2. the 900 billion cost was for 10 YEARS.

3. The cost now has risen to 2.6 trillion for the 10 years. (due to delays in Mandates, Cost over runs and Doc Fix etc..)


Which is what we (the TEA Party said the cost would be. We knew the 900 billion was bogus.
Darn Tenn I wish your new avatar pic was larger I can't make out your guys faces.
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Darn Tenn I wish your new avatar pic was larger I can't make out your guys faces.
I saw that too, I may have to crop it and enlarge the pic and repost it.

This was our trip to VT in October.. I have not been to many places I might like to live other than TN, but I loved the Green Mountians.
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This was our trip to VT in October.. I have not been to many places I might like to live other than TN, but I loved the Green Mountians.
Ahh, yes...Vermont in the autumn season is gorgeous, particularly driving Route 7 between the Green Mountains and Lake Champlain heading up to Burlington!

But, I will admit that there is a unique kind beauty in the Smokeys as well!
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Ahh, yes...Vermont in the autumn season is gorgeous, particularly driving Route 7 between the Green Mountains and Lake Champlain heading up to Burlington!

But, I will admit that there is a unique kind beauty in the Smokeys as well!
They are very similar in their look, But the Colors came out earlier, in VT, which the Sun seemed to have a better lighting, I don't know if it just a brighter time of year or what. The people were a joy to be around, loved their attitiudes and outlook.


The Smokey mountian area is a temperate rainforest which you have cloud cover much of the time and rain.
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They are very similar in their look, But the Colors came out earlier, in VT, which the Sun seemed to have a better lighting, I don't know if it just a brighter time of year or what. The people were a joy to be around, loved their attitiudes and outlook.


The Smokey mountian area is a temperate rainforest which you have cloud cover much of the time and rain.

Vermont is a great place to visit. But they are quite a bit more restrictive than other states it seems in terms of land development. So, Vermonters love visitors...but they tend, it seems, to close and lock the door behind them as residents, if you know what I mean.

(We almost bought land to develop there...but it seemed quite a struggle to develop it so we backed out.)

And, I guess they don't call them the Smokeys in your neck of the woods for nothing. I haven't been there in awhile...but I did love camping there years ago. Beautiful place. I'm anxious to get down there again some time.

If you ever get an opportunity, check out the Adirondacks in upstate NY. It's a multi-use park that is almost the size of Vermont. If you liked Vermont, I believe you'll like the Adirondacks.

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Vermont is a great place to visit. But they are quite a bit more restrictive than other states it seems in terms of land development. So, Vermonters love visitors...but they tend, it seems, to close and lock the door behind them as residents, if you know what I mean.

(We almost bought land to develop there...but it seemed quite a struggle to develop it so we backed out.)

And, I guess they don't call them the Smokeys in your neck of the woods for nothing. I haven't been there in awhile...but I did love camping there years ago. Beautiful place. I'm anxious to get down there again some time.

If you ever get an opportunity, check out the Adirondacks in upstate NY. It's a multi-use park that is almost the size of Vermont. If you liked Vermont, I believe you'll like the Adirondacks.
We are thinking of the Pocanos (sp) this year.

One thing we did in VT the wife loved was dog sledding.. we had a blast.
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We are thinking of the Pocanos (sp) this year.

One thing we did in VT the wife loved was dog sledding.. we had a blast.
The Pocono Mountains are pretty scenic as well...at least what parts I've driven through.

Wow...you've gone dog sledding. That must have been so cool! My wife is a dog groomer...so I think you've given me a great idea!

Anyway, nice chatting with ya...even though we disagree on some topics. Good nite, TNV.
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We are thinking of the Pocanos (sp) this year.

One thing we did in VT the wife loved was dog sledding.. we had a blast.
I sorta remember snow......
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