Andrew Russo

Andrew Russo 1 year, 4 months ago on Town of Nucla passes mandatory firearm ownership ordinance; is Craig next?

"The new law is largely symbolic, will not be enforced and does not include penalties for violators."

Perfectly in line with how the US is perceived, a nation of laws, poorly written and randomly enforced if enforced at all.

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Andrew Russo 2 years ago on Matt Winey: Yes it is bad, but do we just want to make it worse?

Myths about Canada, U.S. health care debunked

http://www.marketwatch.com/story/myths-about-canada-us-health-care-debunked-2012-08-09?link=sfmw

Presumptive Republican nominee Mitt Romney offered praise for the Israeli health care system today — a medical plan that has been socialized since its founding in 1948.

Romney, who championed the Massachusetts health care mandate, but is an opponent of the federal mandate passed by President Barack Obama, marveled at how little Israel spends on health care relative to the United States.

http://www.buzzfeed.com/zekejmiller/romney-praises-israels-socialized-health-care-sys

Mitt Romney’s promise to restore $716 billion that he says President Obama “robbed” from Medicare has some health care experts puzzled, and not just because his running mate, Representative Paul D. Ryan, included the same savings in his House budgets. http://www.buzzfeed.com/zekejmiller/romney-praises-israels-socialized-health-care-sys

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Andrew Russo 2 years, 1 month ago on Letter: Arms Trade Treaty a serious wake-up call

"Now one must decide, do I go on welfare, or do I go to work to support those who won't?"

Go on welfare if it suits you....

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Andrew Russo 2 years, 1 month ago on Rosemary Potter: Protecting our rights

("Hillary Clinton signing the United Nations Small Arms Agreement on July 27.")

Let us know when she signs it, today, and then when it will be brought before the Senate for ratification by two-thirds of the 100-member Senate, or 67 votes. Only then does a treaty become law and well over 50 Senators have already voiced opposition.

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Andrew Russo 2 years, 1 month ago on Rosemary Potter: Protecting our rights

Law enforcement is run the same as military. In the military, the Provost Marshal is chief of police and there is a chain of command from Provost Marshal on down. In LE you have a chain of command from the chief/director on down with captains, lieutenants, sergeants, agents and so on. Neither organization is in any way democratic but more dictatorial.

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