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Choice News WEDNESDAY, JUL 4, 2012  |  34 comments
America's sheriff Andy Griffith dead at 86

"Andy was a person of incredibly strong Christian faith and was prepared for the day he would be called Home to his Lord," Griffith's wife, Cindi, said in a statement. "He is the love of my life, my constant companion, my partner, and my best friend. I cannot imagine life without Andy, but I take comfort and strength in God's Grace and in the knowledge that Andy is at peace and with God."

According to CNN, the actor has already been buried on the grounds of his North Carolina farm. A funeral spokesperson told CNN that Griffith was laid to rest around 11:30 a.m. ET at the request of his family, and noted that "it had been planned for some time." ...


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News Item7/11/12 5:46 PM
Mike | New York  Find all comments by Mike
Rivella wrote:
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2. You fail to distinguish between the well documented general escalation of healthcare costs, and how specifically the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act is driving cost increases beyond that.
It's a given that liberals are bad at math. Here's one reason why.

1) They propose an "affordable" healthcare act that requires 30000000 who are not insured to be covered. (whether they want it or not)

2) There aren't enough additional hospitals or doctors to provide the required service for the 30M.

3) When demand for a product increases, and there is no increase in supply, prices rise.

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News Item7/11/12 3:11 PM
Rivella  Find all comments by Rivella
unporfitable servant wrote:
A new government actuarial study finds that as a result of the law, health care spending will be $478 billion higher over the next decade than it would have otherwise been had no law been passed.
Oft repeated but never attributed. Two observations.
1. It seems very strange that you personally find this government study credible. Doth a fountain send forth at the same place sweet water and bitter?
2. You fail to distinguish between the well documented general escalation of healthcare costs, and how specifically the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act is driving cost increases beyond that.
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News Item7/11/12 2:56 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
UPS, actually for any modern industrial society it is the government's responsibility that there is a healthcare available for it's citizens. I see this is one area will never agree.

Actually the only reason that insurance companies are raising a bigger ruckus is because both Obamacare and Romneycare didn't destroy the health insurance companies, q.v., Give healthcare a chance to evolve. So, no, we won't get the most efficient means to affordable heathcare, well as I pointed out about the 5 Myths About Canada’s Health Care System---The truth may surprise you!. Canadians like it, (I'm surprised it did appear in an AARP publication.) but let's say in the very unusual case that a person or two had to wait 6 months, is that any better when in America many people don't see a doctor at all for what will turn out to be fatal illnesses?

One would hope we are biblical, but the United States isn't, and actually it is more biblical to see that people will get healthcare, since charities which do a good job--on what they can provide--will never fill the need in the U.S.

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News Item7/9/12 10:02 PM
unporfitable servant | Georgia  Find all comments by unporfitable servant
Jim Lincoln wrote:
UPS, I know what the Republican health care system is...
As I stated previously, former congressman Grayson's comment is a great description of what Obamacare will be. The AARP, which is the article to which you linked, has millions in profit from Obamacare, so naturally they defend it. I cannot overemphasize it is NOT the government responsibility to give its citizen's healthcare, and most of our current problems with healthcare are government regulations and lack of tort reform. You never mention that the Canadian doctors refusal to treat patients when money ran dry towards the end of the fiscal year. (would you work for free?) The facts remain, waits in Canada are much longer. One gentleman recently diagnosed with cancer, was told he had to wait 6 months to get the test to find out if it was benign. I don't think he would agree with your view of Canadian healthcare. We have also before proved that affordable is a misnomer...Affordable????? ---- A new government actuarial study finds that as a result of the law, health care spending will be $478 billion higher over the next decade than it would have otherwise been had no law been passed. Finally, we are not pragmatist, we are Biblicists, the ends does not just the means.
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News Item7/9/12 9:08 PM
OP | wisconsin  Find all comments by OP
To the commentator Barry--I'm sorry for misunderstanding you.
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News Item7/9/12 2:44 PM
Mike | New York  Find all comments by Mike
Jim Lincoln wrote:
UPS, I know what the Republican health care system is, unless Mr. Romney comes out with an update, which he is suppose to do. For the present time: "The Republican health care plan is this: 'Don't get sick, and if you do get sick, die quickly.'" Congresssman Alan Grayson, Florida 8th District.
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Grayson, Democrat, is not a congressman anymore, Jim. He lasted one term. I guess his constituents tired of his silly mouth. But you keep right on quoting your favorite radical Democrats. It shows the true nature of your "independence."
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News Item7/9/12 2:26 PM
San Jose John | San Jose, CA  Find all comments by San Jose John
Jim Lincoln wrote:
I assume that the Canadian healthcare system is a single payer system, which the new healthcare system won't be and Canadians like it--5 Myths About Canada’s Health Care System---The truth may surprise you!
This is actually a good link, as long as you just skim the article and study the comments instead. I tend to learn more form an article's comments section than from the article itself. Granted the quality of commentators and comments varies widely, never-the-less I'm able to pick the brains of, and learn from many more people concerned about a particular issue than just the article's author alone.
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News Item7/9/12 1:46 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
UPS, I know what the Republican health care system is, unless Mr. Romney comes out with an update, which he is suppose to do. For the present time: "The Republican health care plan is this: 'Don't get sick, and if you do get sick, die quickly.'" Congresssman Alan Grayson, Florida 8th District

Also some private agencies have tried to help mothers-to-be and new mothers -- more power to them. Guess what private industry is going to stop providing healthcare also, without any government activity anyway. Give healthcare a chance to evolve.

I assume that the Canadian healthcare system is a single payer system, which the new healthcare system won't be and Canadians like it--5 Myths About Canada’s Health Care System---The truth may surprise you!

As far as Andy's wife is concerned, apparently,

Proverbs 31
10 An excellent wife, who can find? For her worth is far above jewels.
11 The heart of her husband trusts in her, And he will have no lack of gain.
12 She does him good and not evil All the days of her life.-NASB

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News Item7/8/12 9:46 PM
unprofitable servant | Georgia  Find all comments by unprofitable servant
Jim Lincoln wrote:
Ques2u, do I think the ACA is perfect, no, because of course for one reason, it does support abortion. However, it also supports prenatal care which the majority of states apparently don't support which led to this comment,
excerpt from, ...the Affordable Care Act finally makes healthcare affordable and accessible for women.
Jim, from the capital of Nebraska, keeps incorrectly asserting that the government should provide healthcare. He is always sharing links, so we would like him to consider this one, http://freemarketcure.com/singlepayermyths.php

As far as the late Mr. Griffin, he is like all of us, it is not the perfection of your life but the direction that shows whether you are a disciple of Christ. Ultimately God only knows whether or not he was one of His sheep, but his wife gave a pretty strong testimony that he was ready.

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News Item7/8/12 8:28 AM
John Yurich USA | USA  Find all comments by John Yurich USA
kenny wrote:
Then your Non Denominational brother needs to lower his Non Denominational standard of living and/or get a second job. That's exactly what I suggest be done. It's not his wife's responsibility to make the money and support the family. It's his.
This discussion is way of the topic of the article. Getting back to the article pertianing to Griffith's salvation. Griffith's wife stated that he was a Christian prepared to meet the Lord Jesus and go to Heaven. Griffith was a Baptist. Just because Griffith was a member of the Masonic Lodge does not mean that Griffith was not saved.
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News Item7/7/12 3:35 PM
kenny | marietta, georgia  Find all comments by kenny
Then your Non Denominational brother needs to lower his Non Denominational standard of living and/or get a second job. That's exactly what I suggest be done. It's not his wife's responsibility to make the money and support the family. It's his.
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News Item7/7/12 1:22 PM
John Yurich USA | USA  Find all comments by John Yurich USA
kenny wrote:
Yurich,
Her name on the show was Karen Moore. She went skeet shooting with Andy.
Scripture tells us that Christian women are to be 'chaste, discreet, keepers at home' (Titus 2.5). To do otherwise is to blaspheme God's Word (also Titus 2.5). In the garden, God told Adam he would have to work to earn his way, not the woman. I didn't say it, God did. Do you think it's OK for Christian women to blaspheme God's word, Yurich? I don't mean worldly women. I mean Christian women. There is a difference.
You won't hear men discuss this much because most men like the idea of a woman out earning them a living. Makes life easier and pays for their toys. But the Bible is very clear on the subject. Don't argue with me. Argue with God. And read your Bible, Yurich. Stop making up stuff as you go along. What your niece does is irrelevant. What God's Word says is what matters.
And just exactly what am I making up? Of course I believe that women should not be working outside of the home. But what would you suggest be done if a man did not make enough money to support his family? My Non Denominational brother's wife had to go back to work as a school teacher because my brother not even making enough money as an Electrical Engineer.
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News Item7/7/12 11:43 AM
kenny | marietta, georgia  Find all comments by kenny
Yurich,

Her name on the show was Karen Moore. She went skeet shooting with Andy.

Scripture tells us that Christian women are to be 'chaste, discreet, keepers at home' (Titus 2.5). To do otherwise is to blaspheme God's Word (also Titus 2.5). In the garden, God told Adam he would have to work to earn his way, not the woman. I didn't say it, God did. Do you think it's OK for Christian women to blaspheme God's word, Yurich? I don't mean worldly women. I mean Christian women. There is a difference.

You won't hear men discuss this much because most men like the idea of a woman out earning them a living. Makes life easier and pays for their toys. But the Bible is very clear on the subject. Don't argue with me. Argue with God. And read your Bible, Yurich. Stop making up stuff as you go along. What your niece does is irrelevant. What God's Word says is what matters.

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News Item7/7/12 7:15 AM
John Yurich USA | USA  Find all comments by John Yurich USA
kenny wrote:
As much as I've enjoyed watching The Andy Griffith Show thru the years, it did lay the TV foundation for the modern, rebellious, feminist, working business heifer with Ellie, Helen Crump and that big mouthed blonde, all of whom portrayed Andy's girlfriends.
What big mouth blonde is that? I do not remember a big mouth blonde portraying one of Griffith's girlfriends in Andy Griffith Show. And there are a lot of Christian women who work outside of the house. I have a Niece In-Law who is a Christian who resides in Tulare California and who works outside of the house. I also have a Niece who is a Christian who resides in Bakersfield, California and who also works outside of the house.

R.gr:Griffith was a Baptist and thus Born Again. In the article Griffith's wife stated that Griffith was a Christian who was ready to meet the Lord Jesus and go to Heaven.

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News Item7/6/12 5:20 PM
R.gr | Australia  Find all comments by R.gr
Wasnt he a high ranking free mason?? Whos god is the devil himself. Obamas not a christian and I suspect this gut neither. you need to be bornagain.
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News Item7/6/12 1:51 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
Ques2u, do I think the ACA is perfect, no, because of course for one reason, it does support abortion. However, it also supports prenatal care which the majority of states apparently don't support which led to this comment,
BBC News wrote:
Fact: Before ACA, pre-natal care wasn't normal women's care. Some 87% of insurance plans on the individual market did not offer maternity or labour and delivery as part of their coverage package.

Women have been going into debt, declaring bankruptcy, ruining their lives; all to give birth.

excerpt from, ...the Affordable Care Act finally makes healthcare affordable and accessible for women.

I have always supported making it tough to get abortions, but apparently I did not often enough point out that proactive methods such as support for mothers-to-be and new mothers should also be part of the mix to help eliminate abortions.

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News Item7/5/12 4:55 PM
kenny | marietta, georgia  Find all comments by kenny
As much as I've enjoyed watching The Andy Griffith Show thru the years, it did lay the TV foundation for the modern, rebellious, feminist, working business heifer with Ellie, Helen Crump and that big mouthed blonde, all of whom portrayed Andy's girlfriends.
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News Item7/5/12 3:23 PM
hath spoken  Find all comments by hath spoken
Barry from KY wrote:
Just a statement and a question. The moral decline in our country and around the world is not the fault of the government. However, who's fault is it???
Commensurate with the moral decline we observe church decline.
Proverbs 29:16 When the wicked are multiplied, transgression increaseth: but the righteous shall see their fall.
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News Item7/5/12 3:14 PM
Barry from KY | Northern KY  Find all comments by Barry from KY
Just a statement and a question. The moral decline in our country and around the world is not the fault of the government. However, who's fault is it???
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News Item7/5/12 2:49 PM
ques2u  Find all comments by ques2u
Jim Lincoln wrote:
I of course would certainly like Mr. Griffith's support for the ACA, because being against it encourages --more-- abortions
Jim
Griffith's is not around to provide it anymore. As for ACA? I am not an American but I assume you mean your "Affordable Care Act" referred to in your post? If so then creating the means to more abortions, (legalising and hospitalising) - will create more abortions. Since in the current moral climate abortions are ten a penny because of moral decline, the lack of Biblical presence in the nations and a distinct lack of respect for life.
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