July 4, 1776 / Independence Day

By | July 4, 2012
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Everyone knows what this day represents. I won’t burden your Google Readers and Blog Rolls with another Independence Day blog; however, if you would like to see some humorous Fun Facts about Independence Day, here ya go! (Probably not all true, still funny though…) www.imao.net!

As I still hear grumblings about Obamacare and I see pictures such as the one below, let us try to keep an optimistic outlook on today and remember how far America has come!

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Let us try to keep an optimistic outlook on today and look at how far America has come!

5 thoughts on “July 4, 1776 / Independence Day

  1. LC Aggie Sith

    I’m optimistic. No matter how hard this administration tries to corner the market on Hope™, I still have my share of it :)

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  2. sribop101

    Sorry – America really isn’t a free country. The president can assassinate US citizens, citizens can be indefinitely detained by the military, warrantless searches are now commonplace, etc. Our economy is already manipulated left and right. And now, innocent people can get punished for NOT doing something. That’s right. Anyone who actually pulls the curtain from government and exposes it for what it is will realize that America, by any means, is not a free country.

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  3. Russel Ray Photos

    All I know is that my insurance company dropped me in 2003 after paying for my surgery. After that, no insurance company would insure me because of my pre-existing condition. Over eight years with no health insurance. Then, when some of the Affordable Care Act provisions kicked in this past January, insurance companies were calling, emailing, texting, mailing, and even stopping by and knocking on my door to sign me up for health insurance. As of January 1, 2012, I now have health insurance again. The amazing thing is that its about $250 a month, has extremely reasonable co-pays, and there is no lifetime cap! All of my previous insurance policies always had a $1 million lifetime cap. Obama 2012.

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