Discussion in 'Politics' started by Sallow, Sep 15, 2011.
Live the madness!
Dying does not absolve your estate of debt accrued.
But don't ya think Dr. Paul would get more involved in the health issues of a good friend and someone who worked with him?
So its Paul's fault ?
And if the 'estate' does not have the funds to cover the debt, it typically goes unpaid, as family is NOT responsible for it.
Who is Responsible for a Deceased Relative’s Debts?
not really his problem. He was not the estate, and he was not a relative. He advocates personal responsibility, and I see nothing in this story that counters that.
Much ado about nothing.
That's low, even for a Democrat.
I keep thinking they hit bottom, of it's only a ledge and they slide further down the Laurentian Abyss of poor taste.
Character assassination does not make for a policy critique.
Sallow, do you have a more pertinent point about Ron Paul's position on health care, or are you going to play on emotion?
Looks like the medical estabilshement most likely a corporation ain't so evil after all.
They took a $400,000 unsecured risk and lost trying to save his life.
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