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Posted By: Gucci Shop

Posted On: Jul 8, 2010
Views: 2740
http://guccihut.com

Your aritcle is very helpful for me,good job!


Posted By: Daniel Hines

Posted On: Nov 1, 2004
Views: 3865
Really now!

You need to read my article about the President urging us to 'stay well,' instead of addressing the issue of flu vaccine shortages...at least until HHS awarded a multi-million contract to a company with flawed technology for FluMist, a company on which a former George 41 cabinet member serves...European puppet strings? Is that like nine Marines being killed this week, seniors lacking reasonably priced prescription drugs, record oil prices, jobs being outsourced (and don't try to tell me that's because of 9-11), privatizing Social Security as a windfall for insurance companies, bankers and investment companies who are watching stocks flutter around the 10000 Dow-Jones average?

Daniel Hines


Posted By: Darryl Hawkins

Posted On: Oct 29, 2004
Views: 3859
Kerry Puppet Strings

Kerry as president means the US will be controlled by the Europian puppet strings that Kerry will dancing to. Remember that Kerry comes from a state where yearly taxes on homes are more than mortgage notes and Kerry with his handful of mansions could care less. Wonders what his wife would say, maybe "Let Them Eat Cake."


Posted By: Daniel Hines

Posted On: Oct 21, 2004
Views: 3353
Oh Really...

Not quite there on the reasons for the Medicare increase...high pharmaceutical prices, thanks to the Admnistration not going for negotiated prices, etc. in volume discounts, a major contributor. Also, ineptness by the Administration with overpayments of more than $1 billion to ineligible SSI recipients contributes to overall shortages. And the real issue is: how much of that money going to Iraq could be ussed here at home.


Posted By: MIke G

Posted On: Oct 20, 2004
Views: 2623
Yet another lye by the left side


Medicare Increase
Just passing this along.......
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Before you jump to conclusions read this. and have a great day! Have you
seen the John Kerry commercial in which George Bush pledges to help
Seniors on Medicare and "the very next day imposes a 17% premium
increase -- the biggest in history"? That ad is a stroke of genius on
Kerry's part and will surely gain him many votes among the uninformed.
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I found it so amazing that I did some homework on the issue. As it turns
out the 17% increase was not imposed by President Bush but was mandated
by the "balanced budget agreement" signed by President Clinton, voted
into law by Senator John Kerry, and was scheduled to come into effect
during the Bush administration. President Bush had no authority to
reverse what had been voted into law by Senator Kerry during the Clinton
administration.
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Once again Kerry is counting on the ignorance of the American people.
Don't be duped by his mendacity.
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Posted By: Daniel Hines

Posted On: Oct 19, 2004
Views: 2611
Take a breath

John Kerry was wealthy long before he met Theresa...as was George W. But that is not the issue...it is the ability when a mistake is made to admit it...one was made in Vietnam...one is being made today...and, unlike Stephen Decatur, I cannot say my country, right or wrong...but instead when it is wrong, set it right...I have never seen so many claimed veterans upset...because they want to listen to others, I guess...I had an uncle with a WWII silver star...makes me wonder if he was a liar or coward or unpopular with his fellow v ets...as for AMerica, love it or leave it...I choose to stay, might as well work to make it all it can be...
Daniel Hines
Publisher


Posted By: james sloan

Posted On: Oct 18, 2004
Views: 2556
PRES. ELECTION

I SERVED MY COUNTRY.I WILL NEVER NEVER USE MY MEDALS AS A DEMONSTRATION OF PROTEST, OR AGAINST MY COUNTRY.IF KERRY DOESEN'T LIKE IT HERE LET HIS HOUSENFRAU BUY HIM ANOTHER COUNTRY.THEN HE CAN TALK ABOUT ANYONES KIDS AS HE WISHES.
SHALLOW HE IS, WOULD BE SURPRISED IF HE FOOLS MANY VETS..


Posted By: Daniel Hines

Posted On: Aug 26, 2004
Views: 2986
I understand, but consider...

Woody, never think that your service isn't appreciated...but also know that while I wasn't in Vietnam, although I served (see below), I have friends who were wounded--one three times, still carries a lot of wounds and walks poorly...but supports John Kerry...now, is his service any less important because of that? The problem is that this argument has boiled down to sterotypical arguments--Max Cleland, a traitor? I don't think so...John McCain, trashed by these same people...what I am suggesting is that it is time to move on and avoid the personal attacks...make that character assinations...it's a battle that will only divide, and frankly , one that Bush can't win...

Daniel Hines
Publisher


Posted By: WOODY SNYDER

Posted On: Aug 26, 2004
Views: 2984
KERRY-BUSH BUSH-KERRY

I'M A VIETNAM VET (66 & 67), NO HEROICS, JUST
PERFECT ATTENDANCE AND A SAFE RETURN.
TO ALL WHO SERVED AND SUPPORTED "THANKS".
IT'S HARD TO BELIEVE THERE ISN'T A GROUND-SWELL
OF INDIGNATION FOR THE KERRY TEAM. I DIDN'T
CARE FOR THE PROTESTERS AND THE SCORES OF
PEOPLE WHO FLED TO CANADA. I'D RATHER HAVE
HAD THEM IN CANADA OR ELSEWHERE THAN WATCHING
MY BACK IN VIETNAM. THEY MUST LIVE WITH THEIR
DECISIONS AND LACK OF PATRIOTISM AND COURAGE.
TO WANT A 4 MONTH FLASH IN THE PAN SELF PRO-
CLAIMED HERO WHO IS TRYING TO REWRITE HISTORY TO BETTER SERVE HIMSELF AND THE DEMOCRATIC
PARTY IS MORE THAN I BELIEVE ANYONE I SERVED WITH AND CALL MY BROTHERS, SHOULD HAVE TO
SWALLOW. BUSH MAY NOT BE THE MOST DERSIREABLE
PUBLIC SPEAKER BUT I BELIEVE HE IS AS SINCERE
AND HONEST AS THEY COME AND I'D RATHER TAKE
MY CHANCES WITH HIM DURING THIS WAR, THAN
WORRY IF KERRY IS WATCHING MY BACK OR PREPING
FOR THE PHOTO SHOOT.
THIS VETERAN FOR BUSH..........


Posted By: Daniel Hines

Posted On: Aug 25, 2004
Views: 2982
Sorry Cathy///but that's life

Well, Cathy, if you want to miss out on the news that is really important to seniors, bon voyage...one of the advantages of getting older is the ability to not to have to pucker up for everyone and to speak my mind...so, say goodbye to the site that offers the most complete information of importance to seniors, merely because you don't want to be bothered by someone who sticks up for what he believes in...by the way, what do you make of Max Cleeland wheeling up to confront President Bush? Or, an attorney who is (was) a senior consultant to the Bush campaign resigned because he 'consulted' with the infamous Swift Boat Vets about their ads...


Posted By: Randall Hansen

Posted On: Aug 21, 2004
Views: 2635
Kerry is the SOLUTION!

Can this country possibly take another four years of massive deficits, poor job growth (in numbers and quality), low minimum wages that force many employed workers into poverty, and growing isolation from the world?

NO! We need John Kerry and John Edwards to renew us domestically and bring back respect to us internationally.

There simply is no other solution!


Posted By: cathy carlson

Posted On: Aug 20, 2004
Views: 2640
Kerry? You are kidding, right?

This was my 1st time visiting your site but I don't think i'll be back. Do you people really think he could make up his mind on how he feels on ANY subject long enough to get anything accomplished? That's laughable!


Posted By: Daniel Hines

Posted On: Aug 20, 2004
Views: 2643
Take a Nap

As publisher of www.TodaysSeniorsNetwork.com, I have been totally amazed at the lack of reasoned comments that I receive for my support of John Kerry-John Edwards.

Having been called a pinko, a Muslim Poster Boy possessed by 'the Evil One'(I am Lutheran), a traitor (13 jumps with the 82nd Airborne, 16 months in Korea 1961-62), a left-leaning idiot, and so forth, I have been totally amazed at the venom of this debate on the part of the Far Right.

The two comments from a person who claims to be a member of a minority and blames the Democrats for everything ranging from his unemployment to his obesity rings a bit shrill. I wonder if the Dems taught him how to speak such foul language...shame on them.

And, as for the person who would never vote for anyone that might belong to a different political party--well, he is just passing up an opportunity to make selections based upon ability, character, dedication and intelligence.
For Dems, that means no liking Ike, no John McCain, dissing Senator Frist...for the GOP, it would mean, no to Harry Truman or HHH, rejecting Bernie Sanders, turning away from John Kennedy...

To all who feel that way: Take a nap...the sun always rises....


Posted By: Diego De La Rosa

Posted On: Aug 17, 2004
Views: 2417
Vote for Nader

For years, Democrats and republicans have wrongly directed this country. Now is the time to make a difference, to teach washington what is like to be fair with the poorest and more needed people...

I`m voting for Nader, even if he doesnt win, i`ll know, i did the right thing...


Posted By: Dan Chavre

Posted On: Aug 10, 2004
Views: 2422
Web Site

Since I would not vote for any Democrat, especially this one I would like my name removed from your web site.

Dan Chavre
c46pilot@gte.net
206-655-8187


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