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Old August 12th, 2017, 01:33 PM #41
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Just looking at the hair would probably push my BP over the top.
Thanks for the offer are you a GP or specialist? Never know what specialty I'll need next.
LOL. GP. Let's just go to the range, it will be more fun.
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LOL. GP. Let's just go to the range, it will be more fun.
I see you are in Bel Air Have you ever been to Southern Lancaster County Farmers Sportsman's range outside Quarryville PA? I can take a guest.
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I see you are in Bel Air Have you ever been to Southern Lancaster County Farmers Sportsman's range outside Quarryville PA? I can take a guest.
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I think maybe many years ago, if it's the place I'm thinking of. Shot trap there back in the days before evil children came along.
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How did THAT manage to get into a bill written entirely by and for the Democratic Party?
The word I heard was some behind the scenes NRA lobbying. Few people read the whole thing.
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Until it becomes a matter of law that completely filing-out the survey is required, and the insurance providers can decline payment on incomplete surveys.

The initial crapfest was all about an individual being denied healthcare for declining to discuss Constitutionally-protected activities - specifically 2nd Amendment. Should you be denied helathcare because you have alcohol in your home?(21A) How about being denied healthcare because you post comments on a website discussing conservative politics?(1A)

Don't give an inch, dammit.
Since we actually have some control over what becomes law, I think we can save all the anxiety for if and when that even begins to happen on a large scale. As stated before, it can be a convenient lie of priorities. Or do you feel lie detectors will be employed?

Even the crappy providers are more concerned with billing than determining whether or not you have guns in your house.
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Since we actually have some control over what becomes law, I think we can save all the anxiety for if and when that even begins to happen on a large scale. As stated before, it can be a convenient lie of priorities. Or do you feel lie detectors will be employed?

Even the crappy providers are more concerned with billing than determining whether or not you have guns in your house.
I think the time to worry will be when medicine becomes single payer and all providers become government employees. Then we will have to ask the gun question. I would bet it's a minority of providers who ask.
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