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Originally posted by liejunkie01
reply to post by DISINFORMANT
Your whole comment is moot because I never said I am purchasing a home.
I like millions of other americans are renting.
Also if the land lord pays the insurance, do they not get the check?
I believe that you have to have renter's insurance.
If you feel like "schooling" me more, could you provide links for your info next time.edit on 4-3-2012 by liejunkie01 because: (no reason given)
Landlords: Most landlord’s insurance policies cover only the landlord’s building and do not cover the tenant’s personal property. No Illinois law requires landlords to have insurance, (although any landlord without insurance is probably crazy). Illinois law does impose insurance disclosure requirements on certain landlords.
Tenants: Unless a landlord is somehow negligent or responsible for the casualty that resulted in damage to a tenant’s personal property, a landlord’s policy will usually not cover the damage. Many tenants do not think about getting insurance on their personal property until it is too late. A “renter’s insurance policy” is not that expensive and can provide a tenant with peace of mind and possibly protect the tenant from other liability (such as if their dog bites someone or someone gets inured in the unit, as most renter’s insurance policies have general liability coverage as well). Tenants would be well advised to contact an insurance agent to discuss renter’s insurance (here’s a little plug for my father’s insurance agency, AFC Insurance Agency Ltd.)
Originally posted by liejunkie01
reply to post by TheLieWeLive
I respect you views TheLieWe Live.
I enjoy reading your posts.
I do think that as citizens we should come first, above any other nation or people. Then what we have left at the end of the day can be used to help other countries.
I am not asking for a handout, but I do not see a problem with helping out our countryman.
By the way the $1.8 billion dollars for FEMA is hardly breaking the bank. I believe that more there are bigger fish to fry if you want to talk about budget (fiscal) responsibility.edit on 4-3-2012 by liejunkie01 because: spelling
Is that the only source you have?
Seriously I could of wrote something similar with a good headline, and 4 paragraphs that really don't say much.
That source you posted is straight garbage, and I can't believe people are thinking something this rudimentary is going to be a bad thing for RP.
He does have a point, just like people here in Cali have Earthquake insurance, and flood/landslide insurance.
Now everybody is jumpimg on the insurance bandwagon?
Are they not part of the problem?
Do you currently work for an insurance company, because all I read is propaganda.
Originally posted by liejunkie01The land owner does not have to do anything to help you.
Question #2: If the premises are totally uninhabitable because of the disaster, do
I have to permanently move out even though I want to stay?
You must move out if the dwelling is totally destroyed, and it is unlawful to remain in the home. However, the landlord may agree to keep the lease in force while the dwelling is being repaired. Most landlords should be willing to keep the lease in force and suspend all rent payments if the tenant does not stay in the dwelling while the landlord is trying to repairor restore the damage from the disaster. In major repair situations, the landlord usually wants the premises empty for efficient repair and avoidance of personal injury liability.If you would like to keep the lease in force and suspend all rent payments until the dwelling is repaired, you should discuss this with your landlord.
NOTE: Most leases have specific provisions that apply if the dwelling is totally or partially destroyed, and these provisions dictate the rights of the tenant and landlord. In addition, whether the dwelling is totally or partially destroyed is a question of fact that must be decided on a case-by-case basis.
Originally posted by liejunkie01
reply to post by NightGypsy
I agree, but this is the system we have.
Obvously it is not going to drastically change, so it is what we have to deal with.
For all of the people saying that we can make a difference, what happened to Occupy?
While I do not necessarily like Yahoo's reporting, It is what I have to deal with because it is what the girlfriend likes.
The way I see it, is that RP is a politician, that is bad enough
If you don't have 5.00 to spend for insurance and you have the internet I'd say it's all about priorities then.
Originally posted by muse7
In the eyes of Ron Paul voters
The logical thing to do is this
If you're living in a tornado area or a place where there is a high risk of natural disasters then you should move! You should leave your job behind, take your kids out of school and relocate to another state where there is no risk of any natural disaster happening, since you know...you're too poor to afford any kind of insurance. Then once when you're living in your new place and you can't find a job then that's too bad! You' won't be getting any help with food to feed your family.
I would be more comfortable seeing my wage deductions going more to my State than I would the Federal Government.
So your using a source that your girlfriend like? That doesn't say much about your research dependency. I would be irritated if my girl had to tell me what source of NEWS I had to like. I would of left her long time ago for making me believe what the MSM says.
Well that is the way you see it, is through the eyes of an MSM follower. People who independently do their own research, and don't buy into the poison see it differently.
Originally posted by liejunkie01The lazy remark was way out of line and it is obvious that since you served you are getting those perks, because obviously you are better than everyone else
Originally posted by KonquestAbySS
reply to post by liejunkie01
You can honestly believe what you like, but dont think your going to spread the poison that easily. I honestly careless, because the way I see it the only purpose of this thread is for all the anti-paul people to blow off steam. Can I ask you something? Do you live in the areas where these Tornadoes are of abundance?edit on 4-3-2012 by KonquestAbySS because: (no reason given)
Politicians of every make and model suck