TBBT Game Night – Where’s Waldo
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Milk vs. Red Bull
‘On Tuesday, Senator McCain along with his Mini-Me’s Senators Lindsey Graham (R-SC) and Kelly Ayotte (R-NH) reacted with outrage to President Obama’s proposal for a phased drawdown from Afghanistan’.
John McCain :
“The President’s decision to set an arbitrary date for the full withdrawal of U.S. troops in Afghanistan is a monumental mistake and a triumph of politics over strategy. This is a short-sighted decision that will make it harder to end the war in Afghanistan responsibly.”
John McCain…..BEFORE last Tuesday…….
Tax breaks for the wealthy and corporations and nothing for the workers who make them money.
When people, middle class workers, are seen as ‘takers’….that is why America is failing
‘House GOP tax writers pushed through a $287 billion tax break for business write-offs on Thursday, beating back Democratic protests that the extension was both fiscally reckless and pointless’.
From : http://thehill.com/policy/finance/207607-house-gop-clears-287b-tax-break-for-business
Girls Play Hooky
How to Hide Your Pool Like a Super Spy
If you can’t get to the Amusement Park so the kids can get on the rides…..a cheap alternative.
“When I say ‘Ot Of The Pool’, I mean OUT OF THE POOL!
“Humans eat stuff that comes out of here so I’m going to see what they eat.”
First I’ll check out what’s on the counter.”
“HeHe” That was kinda fun….ummmmmmmm”
‘On May 8, 2014, Michigan House Republicans introduced House Bill 5558, the purpose of which is to ban customers from being able to sue an insurance company for lying to them’.
‘HB 5558 would amend the state’s Consumer Protection Act of 1976, in order to prohibit consumers from being allowed to sue an insurance company, even if they lie to you about what your policy covers’.
‘On May 27, 2014 Michigan State Representative Rashida Tlaib posted the following statement, in regards to HB 5558’:
“House Republicans are pushing a bill (House Bill 5558) this week to amend the Michigan Consumer Protection Act to prohibit a claim against an insurance company if they lie to you”.
“This is because an injured veteran (yes a veteran) won a case where she was lied to about what services she could receive under her insurance contract”.
“This veteran proved successfully in court that the company was deceptive (hard to prove) and received $2 million to cover the over $4 million costs incurred when she was lied to years ago”.