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2 hours ago, Duffman said:
She has 25 yrs of pent up grudges........and it's payback time.
Now this is where Donald Trump's political amateurism is showing
He doesn't know that you're not supposed to announce during the course of a campaign how you're going to get even with those who wronged you. You are supposed to wait until you're elected first and then get your pay back like Hillary is doing
1 hour ago, Uncle Bill said:
Romney care ?
Typical democrat "go to" distraction from the disaster that is the ACA.
The real issue all Americans are forced to deal with today.
Do you really care if Massachusetts wants to pass an idiotic law ?
Keep it in Massachusetts. I don't give a rip.
So you are OK with MnSure?
I didn't ignore the pic, you may have missed my post stating that I have individual plugs for each wire. I assumed that type of plug was not applicable for my trailer. Apparently Shorelander has changed the connection. All the crimp plugs I have seen at automotive stores, Northern, or Ace hardware have been too large.
I appreciate the help and the offer but I'm in town near Oakdale and I'll run out there to Fleet and pick one up.
It's amazing that such a small part can be so difficult to locate. My Shorelander manual doesn't show any electrical wiring nor list any of it as a part number.
Congrats Archerysniper!! I hope I can add to this page this year...going out this afternoon for a sit
In 2000, Trump wrote a book called The America We Deserve, in which he praised universal healthcare systems:
"We must have universal healthcare...I'm a conservative on most issues but a liberal on this one. We should not hear so many stories of families ruined by healthcare expenses...
Doctors might be paid less than they are now, as is the case in Canada, but they would be able to treat more patients because of the reduction in their paperwork..
The Canadian plan also helps Canadians live longer and healthier than Americans. There are fewer medical lawsuits, less loss of labor to sickness, and lower costs to companies paying for the medical care of their employees. If the program were in place in Massachusetts in 1999 it would have reduced administrative costs by $2.5 million. We need, as a nation, to reexamine the single-payer plan, as many individual states are doing."