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Obama’s Plan For Financing Healthcare

December 5, 2010

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This is not an idea that is original to the President.   This method is frequently used by State and Local Government to finance Public Education and the building of  “Roads to Nowhere”.     Thanks to Rube Goldberg for his on target assessment of the arcane and Byzantine methods that politicians come up with to  make people […]

The Art Of Complaining

November 16, 2010

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“The meritoriousness of your complaint is directly proportional to the condition of those you are complaining to.  The illustration is from the  Steven Pastis  cartoon  “Pearls Before Swine ” He  has really hit the nail on the head with this entry from today’s newspaper. Very often great wisdom and heady observation emerge from the wonderful […]

Who said Calvinists don’t know how to have fun?

October 24, 2010

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The image of the non-fun loving Calvinist is in dire need of exposure to some light of truth.  John Calvin, though one of the intellectual giants of Theology, was not the judgmental curmudgeon that he is so often portrayed.  Brother Calvin, it seems was often seen, on days other than the Sabbath,  lawn bowling in […]

Ode to Retirement

January 23, 2010

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How sweet it is to do nothing all day long and after having done so, to rest.

Rethinking Health Care

January 20, 2010

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In the 18th century the philosopher Voltaire commented on the Health Care of his day. ” It would seem that the Doctor’s function is to amuse the patient while Time and Nature cure the disease”.  Sounds like an HMO to me.

Some thoughts on being Retired

January 7, 2010

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A successful retiree has usually mastered the art of doing nothing by the age of 12.  Success in Retirement usually means that you have collected a pension for more years than it took you to earn it.  If you can say that your worst day of retirement is better than your best day ever at […]