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Hotels and Hassles

MoreFreedom Wrote: Nov 21, 2012 3:00 PM
If you think dealing with hotel rooms is bad, consider what it'd be like if government ran it. Consider medicare. Most seniors think they're getting a deal since they've paid for it their working lives. David Goldhill, CEO of the Game Show Network, author of "How American Health Care Killed My Father" and life long Democrat, writes: "So even with the government paying almost all of their bills, today's seniors pay a higher share of their income for health care than seniors did before Medicare." http://www.huffingtonpost.com/david-goldhill/a-democrats-case-for-no_b_502229.html This argues for eliminating Medicare now, to save seniors money!!!

Few things can make you appreciate home like staying in a hotel. This includes not only low-budget, bare bones hotels but also sweepingly large and ornate luxury hotels. What many hotels seem to have in common are needless hassles.

Since most people who stay in hotels do so while traveling, and stay only a few days in a given hotel, you might think that those who run hotels would want to make it easy for someone who arrives a little tired (or a lot tired) from traveling to use the various devices they find in their hotel room. But you...