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(NBC News)   Hurricane Tort King wires another cool $1 million to Obama Super-PAC. In other news, there is a living creature referred to as a "Hurricane Tort King"   (openchannel.nbcnews.com) divider line 61
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2012-10-23 01:40:05 PM  

ghare: StrikitRich: With his latest seven figure donation, Houston personal injury lawyer Steve Mostyn -- an ardent foe of tort reform -- has now contributed $3 million to Priorities USA Action, a Super PAC run by two former White House aides

Fark the lolyers, every last one of them.

You do know that tort reform has not reduced insurance costs one dollar, anywhere, ever, right? Of course you don't. Large companies should be able to engage in whatever misbehavior they like, and if they ruin a regular citizen's life, it's the citizen's fault.


This. It's real popular to hate on lawyers, yet when their insurance company denies their legitimate claim, who do they go to first? Lawyers.
 
2012-10-23 01:45:10 PM  

Headso: Cletus C.: Headso: Cletus C.: Easy there, Obamatrons. No need to justify.

Guy who makes billions off the suffering of others donates to Obama.

The guy sued an insurance company after a hurricane, the suffering you mention would be the insurance execs having to pay out an additional 100 million dollars to claimants after the lawsuit?

Claimants? Uh, those would be the suffering ones. What was the percentage of his take. Farking legal scuzball leech.

The people who would have gotten nothing but then ended up with an additional 100 million dollars are suffering because of his actions or the actions of the insurance company that withheld payments and scammed and robbed people in the first place? Sorry we live in a world where companies need to be constantly sued to keep from screwing people over.


They didn't get $100 million after his cut, believe me. Yes, insurance companies are evil. Sleazy class action lawyers are evil too. They sue 'em, insurance companies make us all pay.
 
2012-10-23 01:52:26 PM  

Cletus C.: Headso: Cletus C.: Headso: Cletus C.: Easy there, Obamatrons. No need to justify.

Guy who makes billions off the suffering of others donates to Obama.

The guy sued an insurance company after a hurricane, the suffering you mention would be the insurance execs having to pay out an additional 100 million dollars to claimants after the lawsuit?

Claimants? Uh, those would be the suffering ones. What was the percentage of his take. Farking legal scuzball leech.

The people who would have gotten nothing but then ended up with an additional 100 million dollars are suffering because of his actions or the actions of the insurance company that withheld payments and scammed and robbed people in the first place? Sorry we live in a world where companies need to be constantly sued to keep from screwing people over.

They didn't get $100 million after his cut, believe me. Yes, insurance companies are evil. Sleazy class action lawyers are evil too. They sue 'em, insurance companies make us all pay.


You've made the most posts out of everyone in this thread and you didn't even read the article, nice... 100 million dollars is what the people got. It's cute how you think companies don't charge what the market will bear and they base their prices on the randomness of lawsuit verdicts. Do you also think lower taxes for the very wealthy creates jobs and not demand for goods and services?
 
2012-10-23 01:57:09 PM  
So, this isn't Hurricane, the Torta King? Damn it, those tortas are so good!
 
2012-10-23 02:00:32 PM  
This would be relevant if Romney wasn't being heavily bankrolled by one guy who made his riches from Casinos.


Chinese casinos, no less.

And Shelly Boy has through his "contributions" obliged the draft dodging President Romney into a death pact with his "dear friend" Bibi and the Israeli version of the tea baggers.

Otherwise Romney wouldn't care because he thinks the real Israel is in Utah and Iran is landlocked somewhere around that other mid-eastern raghead country, Mali.
 
2012-10-23 02:24:23 PM  

Headso: Cletus C.: Headso: Cletus C.: Headso: Cletus C.: Easy there, Obamatrons. No need to justify.

Guy who makes billions off the suffering of others donates to Obama.

The guy sued an insurance company after a hurricane, the suffering you mention would be the insurance execs having to pay out an additional 100 million dollars to claimants after the lawsuit?

Claimants? Uh, those would be the suffering ones. What was the percentage of his take. Farking legal scuzball leech.

The people who would have gotten nothing but then ended up with an additional 100 million dollars are suffering because of his actions or the actions of the insurance company that withheld payments and scammed and robbed people in the first place? Sorry we live in a world where companies need to be constantly sued to keep from screwing people over.

They didn't get $100 million after his cut, believe me. Yes, insurance companies are evil. Sleazy class action lawyers are evil too. They sue 'em, insurance companies make us all pay.

You've made the most posts out of everyone in this thread and you didn't even read the article, nice... 100 million dollars is what the people got. It's cute how you think companies don't charge what the market will bear and they base their prices on the randomness of lawsuit verdicts. Do you also think lower taxes for the very wealthy creates jobs and not demand for goods and services?


Right you are. At the bottom of the article. He took less than half the settlement. What a humanitarian. I now need to rethink my disgust with trial lawyers.
 
2012-10-23 02:30:59 PM  

Cletus C.: Right you are. At the bottom of the article. He took less than half the settlement. What a humanitarian. I now need to rethink my disgust with trial lawyers


so basically you are saying reading is hard and you are jealous of this man's success
 
2012-10-23 02:36:52 PM  

Headso: Cletus C.: Right you are. At the bottom of the article. He took less than half the settlement. What a humanitarian. I now need to rethink my disgust with trial lawyers

so basically you are saying reading is hard and you are jealous of this man's success


Correct. Moves slowly away.
 
2012-10-23 02:48:58 PM  

Cletus C.: Headso: Cletus C.: Headso: Cletus C.: Headso: Cletus C.: Easy there, Obamatrons. No need to justify.

Guy who makes billions off the suffering of others donates to Obama.

The guy sued an insurance company after a hurricane, the suffering you mention would be the insurance execs having to pay out an additional 100 million dollars to claimants after the lawsuit?

Claimants? Uh, those would be the suffering ones. What was the percentage of his take. Farking legal scuzball leech.

The people who would have gotten nothing but then ended up with an additional 100 million dollars are suffering because of his actions or the actions of the insurance company that withheld payments and scammed and robbed people in the first place? Sorry we live in a world where companies need to be constantly sued to keep from screwing people over.

They didn't get $100 million after his cut, believe me. Yes, insurance companies are evil. Sleazy class action lawyers are evil too. They sue 'em, insurance companies make us all pay.

You've made the most posts out of everyone in this thread and you didn't even read the article, nice... 100 million dollars is what the people got. It's cute how you think companies don't charge what the market will bear and they base their prices on the randomness of lawsuit verdicts. Do you also think lower taxes for the very wealthy creates jobs and not demand for goods and services?

Right you are. At the bottom of the article. He took less than half the settlement. What a humanitarian. I now need to rethink my disgust with trial lawyers.


How much did he get from the claimants that failed to win a positive verdict?
 
2012-10-23 03:21:51 PM  
This is the America Republicans wanted. Don't biatch because the rules are now used against you.
 
2012-10-23 08:50:43 PM  

Mentat: This is the America Republicans wanted. Don't biatch because the rules are now used against you.


This.
 
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