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(SILive)   Two years after the $2.7 billion James Zadroga Act was signed into law, in order to provide healthcare to stricken 9/11 responders, not a single penny has been paid out   (silive.com) divider line 7
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2012-12-16 10:28:43 PM
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Wulfman: You're not really saying much of anything, you're just being a jackass in your conversation with Brony. I'll tell you what, since you weren't even talking to me when you weren't saying that you didn't necessarily not have secret knowledge about a thing (or not), why don't you have the last word on what it is or isn't, okay? We're on the edge of our seats.


Word.
2012-12-16 02:37:11 PM
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misanthropologist: untaken_name: ghare: diaphoresis: Giltric: smittyrn: And how long did it take for them to dish out that trillion dollars in bailout money?

Well that was a highly emotional piece of legislation where plenary power was doled out to Paulson and Bernanke...and all those banker criminals are still walking free.......kind of like gun control.

Gun control isn't needed... except for accuracy...

20 dead kids say you're wrong.

It'd be so much better if we had no guns, like in Rwanda. Then nothing bad could ever happen.

You're comparing a shooting rampage by one, probably mentally-ill, certainly heavily armed individual, with a genocide that took years to plan and months to execute? What kind of ignorant piece of shiat are you?

Why not compare it with the knife attack in China where 20-some kids were cut, but not killed, by a maniac who used the most readily accessible weapons?


Because the reason over 1 million people were slaughtered with machetes in Rwanda is because they had strong gun control there and the populace was undefended. That's why. I am no kind of ignorant piece of shiat. What kind are you?
2012-12-16 12:54:13 PM
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ghare: diaphoresis: Giltric: smittyrn: And how long did it take for them to dish out that trillion dollars in bailout money?

Well that was a highly emotional piece of legislation where plenary power was doled out to Paulson and Bernanke...and all those banker criminals are still walking free.......kind of like gun control.

Gun control isn't needed... except for accuracy...

20 dead kids say you're wrong.


I haven't heard what the kid's bullet grouping was. If there were 8-11 gunshots per victim, sounds like a large waste of bullets. He needed more control.

/Too soon?
2012-12-16 12:32:44 PM
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Can't wait 'till they're in charge of everyone's healthcare. I'm sure they'll do much better at that.
2012-12-16 12:27:15 PM
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And how long did it take for them to dish out that trillion dollars in bailout money?
2012-12-16 12:26:19 PM
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LegacyDL: It's almost like they want to delay payment until everyone is dead.


I'm surprised they passed it at all, what with the head if the EPA saying the air was clean.
2012-12-16 11:12:41 AM
1 votes:
Just another entitlement that needs to be cut.

/sarcasm
 
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