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Question. I have a fishing buddy that comes out from New York once a year. He signed up for Obamacare but now he has called me saying that his plan does not cover him in Montana. I'm wondering if I sign up am I not covered somewhere? If I do where do I find this information at? If my buddy comes out and if he gets hurt or injured where do I go to find out where to take him maybe Wyoming or Idaho. Maybe Canada.
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Trying to Spark Velocity

Dimwit Wrote: Jan 10, 2014 1:49 PM
By the way, The economy sucks in Montana. You should come visit out in the waste land. I belief it must be tough to report on the economy when one is on the left or right coast.
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Trying to Spark Velocity

Dimwit Wrote: Jan 10, 2014 1:47 PM
So why does all the news report the false employment numbers. Why not report the true unemployment numbers. This as a whole just does not make sense unless you are running for office. I would be ashamed if I were in that trap as a news agency or reporter.
Small town USA is a great place. We generally lag behind the country by a year or two. We are slow to respond as well. I don't see Hillary as a contender. The white horse is not going to show for the ride. The Tea is looking better every time. The BS out of Washington would be stinking enough that I would think the politicians would notice. I'm thinking Small Town USA voters against the Big City Suckers voters we will lose again until the revolution. I could be bloody.
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Ransom's Predictions for 2014

Dimwit Wrote: Dec 27, 2013 6:51 PM
Very funny. I did enjoy. I don't care what Roy says. Some people are stick in mud type.
Nut cases are the worry. I have a retail store in small town Montana. Yes we have the nuts travel thru these parts. Last summer i had one. I threw him out, had about 12 shoppers, I was ready for him to bring out a weapon. I was lucky. I was ready with a bat and a pistol. I have not use either but I was thinking ahead about this type of guy. I am just so glad I live in a town with no stop lights and few and far between for nut cases.
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Red, White and Saudi Privilege

Dimwit Wrote: Apr 23, 2013 3:15 PM
The path to WW III Obama’s blood trail from Benghazi to Boston By Doug Hagmann (Bio and Archives) Tuesday, April 23, 2013 Comments | Print friendly | Subscribe | Email Us 421 What do the murders of four Americans in Benghazi have to do with the murders of three in a terrorist attack in Boston? Plenty, if you understand what you are seeing in the abstract expressionism of the Jackson Pollock painting is actually a blood trail, and the Pollock painting you are closely studying is an exact reproduction of one of his earlier works. It is a reproduction of a reproduction. We’ve seen this picture before, a bloodstained tangle of lies being sold to us as an artistic masterpiece. But you have to step farther back, not closer to the painting
I am a simple business/retail store owner in Montana. Observation is all I have to go by here. It is enough for me. The year 2011 was the worst as far as numbers go. This year is starting out below 2011. What I've notice is the people walking out of the store. Their heads are down and they do not make eye contact. In the hay days before 2008 1 in 10 would walkout without buying something. The numbers have just turned around and now 1 in 10 buys something. I do have to stay on my toes as every now and then someone from the Bakken will walk in. They buy big. God Bless the oil.
Why would not our government leaders consider revamping our foreign aid before our social security & medicare? Just seems to me to have another avenue to get money from than here at home. Just my thought but I do not know why it is never talked about. Thanks
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