If PPACA is such a profit driver for MEGACORP insurance Corp, why are insurance companies leaving PPACA? Complaining they can't make money under all those mandates (also a topic pushed by right wingers)?
Subsidies to the "very poor" go up to ~ 100k income +- I believe, which is fat and happy in shitty states, like Indiana.
Couldn't she spend down that money pretty quickly? If so, are there things she could buy like said fridge or furniture that would put her back into being poor enough for bennies?
Also, what would her prospects be via PPACA? PPACA subsidies go up to almost 100K for certain families as a multiple of the FPL. At their roughly 15K in earnings, wouldn't they be able to get that fancy private insurance?
Wouldn't one "answer" be for the donors to donate enough to pay for her shit?
That's only Mahayana, but Buddhism also has the small raft, Hinayana.
The Bodhisattva could attain nirvana, but chooses not to so that he can help others instead. Spending time meditating so that YOU can obtain nirvana could be considered selfish, whereas the bodhisattva forgoes even nirvana for himself to help others.
The commonalities in the world religions is that you should choose the road seldom traveled. Paradoxically, the eschewing of self brings about a better self. Lose your self to find your Self.
The Government overpays for everything and can't do anything right. But if the Government gives you a few weeks of training, a security guard becomes a near-holy government executioner who cannot be paid enough! The miracle of inconsistency!
White Republicans worry more about which brown person to hate, who to be afraid of today, how to find time to count their money, and how to cover up the abortions they say they don't have, while paying for the coke and hookers they don't partake in.
A person with a $25 lien on your home could technically foreclose.
Wouldn't it stand to reason that anyone with a $25 debt (in the argument it was about a supposed $500 bill), would be able to get cash out of their equity and pay such a bill? Unless they had already gotten into HELOC trouble or whatever?
She was basically saying the home was going up for auction with very little time, simply due to a property tax bill. I personally have never heard of that (but what do I know?), and think they would choose other remedies, like have the bank deal with it in most cases.
What does anyone think is the fastest time a Government would act on their own volition to remove someone for an unpaid tax bill? I think if it has a mortgage, it would be a few years really. And if they were insolvent, you would think that bill becomes the bank's. Is that always the case?
In the last few weeks, Americans (and the media) have watched in awe as a New York real estate magnate prone to bellicose behavior and hyperbole has become the GOP's leading candidate for the White House. But how did this come to be? A lot of it has to do with education.
Dude called me on my Mazda 3 and x5 trying to get me to trade in and upgrade.
It's comming up soon the end of lease. I started asking him about how much was the turn in fees on them going to be, and I had to ask him about 5 times. He really wanted to end that call, that wasn't the direction he was hoping it would go.
What do you mean? If they reach out to you, isn't it normally a pull-ahead offer?
I think you're reading those wrong. White kids get pre-trial diversion with good lawyers. Hell, white kids get let go at the cop's discretion. The black kids that enter the system are the fortunate ones who were not murdered by the state, or its goons/police.