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Winners are sometimes on the wrong end

November 6, 2013

Politics is a masterful beast. One can be so caught up in the promise of winning that they vote against their own value systems and forget why they were elected in the first plac....

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American

Nov-10-13 5:18 PM

Notice how judeye runs from anything hardball thrown at her? Ask any real questions and she leaves.

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Steiner

Nov-09-13 9:30 AM

hey joew, you seem the brightest here. judeye and the other posters forgot that the USSR nationalized agriculture with disasterous results. Other nations did the same for petrol, same thing. Now the libs nationalized healthcare, drove costs up and people like judeye are a swooning. Why ? Its other peoples money. the liberal special.remember when one person from mitt romneys venture capital company lost health care and had CANCER !. Capitalists were excoriated. Now judeye types praise the govt for the same thing. Those libs, ever ignorant. hey judeye, capitalism saved the world and gave us everything we take for granted. It was not your beloved dumb govt employee that did or even a woman ! Yes judeye, read history, please.

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joew

Nov-08-13 5:06 PM

Oh...my meeting with the navigator... Whats it been now Judeye,5 weeks? Can you share with us who this person is and the phone number and address? Thanks in advance.

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American

Nov-08-13 3:23 PM

Can't ever elect judeye to anything. It would become another government give away of everything everyone else worked for.

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DunkirkRez

Nov-08-13 2:26 PM

Why doesn't the editor run for office...I'd like to see him take the heat for what he does.

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joew

Nov-08-13 2:17 PM

joew..you really believe that the county clerk office does not benefit from any federal or state money?? You asked me a question Judeye and I gave you a answer. Are you now going to change the question you asked?

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American

Nov-08-13 10:16 AM

I never asked you to report back because I don't care what you claim they told you. Anything and everything you say is slanted with a left wing socialist view. You are even further left and more socialistic then Obama and Pelosi.

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judeye

Nov-08-13 9:55 AM

American

nice..you all ask me to report back..and then dismiss it when I do

Why did you have me waste my time if you had NO interest in hearing about my experience?

Or is that YOUR party line..to ignore all facts?

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judeye

Nov-08-13 9:53 AM

Commentor

Judeye.....I'm still waiting for my answer. Don't want to fess up?

Fess up to all the good Pres Obama has done since he was elected? I thought I had that covered. Do you need more?

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American

Nov-08-13 9:48 AM

No matter how good or bad the meeting went judeye would praise it. It is after all the party line stance and that is the most important thing to a liberal.

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judeye

Nov-08-13 9:48 AM

joew..you really believe that the county clerk office does not benefit from any federal or state money??

oh please....

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judeye

Nov-08-13 9:45 AM

Oh...my meeting with the navigator...

We met at a convenient time and in a convenient location. She spent over an hour with me going over all the different options for health care insurance that are available to me. She showed me the tax credits and subsidies I might be eligible for. I had much to think about..took the information home and am now trying to decide which plan would be best for me.

I asked her about her qualifications..she comes from a long work history of working in insurance and other programs. For this position she attended special training for which she received a certification upon completion.

She seemed to me most professional, and very knowledgeable regarding the options available through the exchange.

I am taking my time to review each and have a follow up meeting scheduled with her at which time she will help me enroll in the insurance that I choose.

I HIGHLY recommend to all. Call today to make an appt..you will not be disappointed.

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joew

Nov-07-13 8:34 PM

Whatever it is that Judeye has is contagious and can be carried over the net,Norman C now has it! Careful out there!

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American

Nov-07-13 12:18 PM

You will probably get an answer as fast as the rest of us usually do. When he77 freezes over. :)

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commentor

Nov-07-13 12:15 PM

Judeye.....I'm still waiting for my answer. Don't want to fess up?

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American

Nov-07-13 12:02 PM

ht tp://w ww.liveleak.c om/view?i=19d_1383807094 just remove the spaces as always

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NormanC

Nov-07-13 11:28 AM

My comment from another article.

Taxpayer42.The correct word is "dead wood" not unqualified.Public or private there is always "dead wood" it just takes a little longer to weed these people out,but eventually they are eliminated. Good employees do not need a union?.I have seen many "good employees" terminated from the private sector for no reason.your statement is untrue. "the residents are still being cared for and people still have jobs"?.They might still have jobs,but study after study has shown that with lower paying jobs,quality of care is negatively affected.Any private buyer of the CCH will not rehire anymore then 50% of the current employees,the rest will come from hiring agencies and as you say "rejects".

The writer of this letter is wrong stating the CCH costs the taxpayers $3 million a year. Contrary to anyones belief,the CCH at the moment has a substantial surplus in its General Fund Account.

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joew

Nov-07-13 11:12 AM

Judeye I gave you a answer,your reply is????

Judeye "Now please show me any agency in our County that without state or federal money would even break even". The Chautauqua County Clerks operation.

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NormanC

Nov-07-13 11:11 AM

Captain."With regard to the the home's current Admin, if Mr Hellwig is fired after the sale, will anyone be shocked? However, if he remains in his current position, which I suspect MAY happen as a reward for being a "good soldier", it would reveal a lot more than anyone is willing to admit".

Your assumptions about Mr.Helwig is spot on.

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American

Nov-07-13 11:07 AM

joew You should look up the video obamacare by morning. I think you will like it.

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joew

Nov-07-13 10:59 AM

Judeye your experience with the "navigator" and enrolling in Obamacare. Must have been a great experience right. I'm older as well but have a memory like a elephant!

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American

Nov-07-13 10:48 AM

And what site did you get your info about her from judeye? I watched part of the show where she said it. But that's right no one will ever lose their insurance OR their Dr. under oblamercare will they.

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American

Nov-07-13 10:46 AM

I don't need it judeye so why would I have it? I really don't plan on getting pregnant anytime in my life.

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judeye

Nov-07-13 10:12 AM

Edie Sundby....

"Sundby's Coverage Is Being Dropped Because Her Insurer Did Not Want To Pay For Sicker Patients. In a ThinkProgress post, Igor Volsky pointed out that Sundby's dropped coverage is a result of her insurer, United Healthcare, being unwilling to insure sicker patients:

But Sundby shouldn't blame reform -- United Healthcare dropped her coverage because they've struggled to compete in California's individual health care market for years and didn't want to pay for sicker patients like Sundby.

The company, which only had 8,000 individual policy holders in California out of the two million who participate in the market, announced (along with a second insurer, Aetna) that it would be pulling out of the individual market in May. The company could not compete with Anthem Blue Cross, Blue Shield of California and Kaiser Permanente, who control more than 80 percent of the individual market. "

As Paul Harvey would say...'the rest of the story'

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judeye

Nov-07-13 10:04 AM

JoeW...that is the report that the CGR said was highly misleading. Have you read the CGR report? What do you say to that?

What report are you waiting for from me? Sorry I am older with lots on my plate..so I tend to forget..just remind me I will try...

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