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Might be best to accompany Mr. Greenwood to a scene where a teen has committed suicide or yet another drug overdose before commenting.
For myself to acquire healthcare without my employer involved would have required purchasing plans with $5000 or $6500 deductibles so that the monthly premiums were "affordable". Those who now have health insurance will soon learn that their visits to the doctor will require paying out of their own pockets until those high deductibles are met. It was never about the failure of the website rollout. It's all about the affordability.
Nobody criticized you personally in your March 21 letter to the editor, they simply disagreed or stated their own opinions.
The letter reflects the opinion of Mr. Litzenberger. Why the constant need to criticize those who disagree with you?
Serious? You can't figure that out by my ID?
Now we know who "namvet60" is. How about you post your name as well?
Always nice to see people step up when needed.
For whatever reason....... old letters are being posted online. Check the date for this one.
Just as hot if not hotter in Texas during the summer time. Evaporation would be the least of concerns. If water was needed, that's what Bennington Lake holds.
Are you reading the links posted? This has nothing to do with water flow from Mill Creek. Once the water is in the canal system...it stays there via flood gates. It's like Bennington Lake.
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