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Forget Sandy; Budget Real Disaster

Mountain Rose Wrote: Jan 17, 2013 3:10 PM
Thank you. Obama is using Sandy Hook like grease out the tail pipe of the Joker as he speeds away from the Batmobile. Don't let him get away with changing the conversation.

When the average person encounters a household disaster such as a blown furnace, a damaged roof in desperate need of repair, or leaking water pipes that create a major flood, they hope that homeowners insurance will cover the unforeseen expense. 

However, it seems that recently, most insurance companies have been very fond of including clauses within insurance policies that somehow exonerate them from having to write a check.  When that happens, the so-called insured must step back and examine what can and cannot be cut in their budget in order to facilitate the needed repairs. 

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