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Posted 09/10/2014 01:46:49 EDT
To paraphrase Abigail Adams, remember the single people, Ms. Healey. "Families" is not a synonym for "people," and it can be hard for those without.
Posted 07/01/2014 12:49:44 EDT
âItâs a different story if your family welcomed Spouse with open arms.â Itâs also a different story if Spouse was kind to the family and was treated poorly in return. Perhaps Spouse is simply more »
Posted 06/15/2014 10:41:01 EDT
It might be "I'm not sure. [period] Emily seems wonderful." I'm sure he meant this. more »
Posted 01/28/2014 09:00:10 EST
I trust Market Basket will welcome those in need without families as well...?
Posted 12/28/2013 10:50:22 EST
The pronoun âIâ can be used here. Youâre not the controlling one, dear sir, she is. Sheâs still attached.
Posted 09/02/2013 10:44:48 EDT
Perhaps those with company benefits will start to get a very small taste of how the rest of us have been living. A bad bill, yesâ¦but something had to be done.
Posted 06/24/2013 09:22:56 EDT
The Oregon program requires near-destitution to qualify. On the bright side, if youâre single, self-employed, have a negligible pre-existing condition, are too afraid to go without and so spend a th more »
Posted 02/28/2013 12:00:21 EST
You didn't really mean it at the end, dear author, that there's no need for equal access to the top if women are going to act just as badly, did you...?
Posted 10/15/2012 03:08:14 EDT
With all due respect, it is a completely relevant topic. Don't let the praise of Oregon fool you.
Posted 10/15/2012 12:41:57 EDT
"Oregon is now known for having excellent end-of-life care." Is that so. Perhaps true if you have insurance. I lost my savings paying premiums in Oregon yet received little care because of high deduct more »
Posted 09/23/2012 01:12:26 EDT
Those, like the author, who question whether the president should have focused on health care reform clearly have no understanding of how difficult it is outside the Commonwealth. For shame.
Posted 07/17/2011 03:22:29 EDT
I'm very happy for the author. Things are not always so blissful, even with older children, and your significant other might not be willing to "protect" you if it's their children you need to be prote more »
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