Ed.A wrote:lsayre wrote:The elections yesterday proved that the Obama backed faction is still stronger than the alternatives. This bodes poorly for 2014.
I disagree. Virginia is a prime example of why Obamacare should be used to point out what a miserable life under Socialist rule is like. a 12pt lead wiped out almost entirely in a few weeks since the Train wreck rolled out.
It was pointed out correctly that a 3rd party Mole was slipped in to syphon off votes ( although it was a TX. Liberal Bundler the real funding was funneled to him through Geo. Soros).
The RNC establishment was almost as complicit in the Loss as Soros for chrissakes.
Millions of people are already feeling the effects of this awful Law, come 2014 it ain't going to be better and I'll venture it'll prolly be worse....much worse.
There is a reason vulnerable Liberals had an emergency meeting with President A-hole yesterday trying to make him postpone his trashed Law until after next years election.
freetown fred wrote:Well, after all 168 registered voters made their ballot marks--nothing new except one newly elected county Legislator replaced some dead weight in that role for our district. Nice move there in Erie County Sam:) I don't think the elections proved much at all Larry--I personally will not project a bunch of negative nonsense--time will tell--2014 is a bit down the road. Just sayin:)
Flyer5 wrote:My father is 74 and still working 4days a week thanks to the flood of 2011. He did not sit back like a lot of Sandy and Katrina victims waiting and bitching about it for the government to rebuild. He rebuilt and spent his retirement to do so.
I will probably work as long as I can because I like it, and with 3 more yrs of Obama I will probably need to anyway.
freetown fred wrote:Not to seem rude Rw, but I guess most people workin State jobs can "KINDA" look forward to that. God willin & the creek don't rise of course.
Rwalker wrote: There are a lot of bass lakes between PA and CA and I plan in spending time on all of them.
titleist1 wrote:Rwalker wrote: There are a lot of bass lakes between PA and CA and I plan in spending time on all of them.
so many bass and so little time !!
go for it if ya can, i don't think anybody on their last breath said they wished they would have worked more.
i'll probably keep working until i can't walk, just not at the job i have now. whatever job it is will have to leave enough time off so i can play as many of those golf courses that are between here & CA as long as my shoulder and elbow hold out. maybe i'll start looking for work driving cross country and pack my clubs!