Chris Hadlock

Chris Hadlock 1 day, 4 hours ago on Police to carry life-saving overdose drug

"To Chris: I care not one iota what others might think of me or my opinions. Thank You"

That is perfectly OK Allen and right back at ya. Just know that I find it amusing that you have to live with all these "Liberals" in your state and county. Think ROFLMAO


Chris Hadlock 4 days, 5 hours ago on Police to carry life-saving overdose drug

Such a nice christian attitude towards your fellow citizens and neighbors Allen. You are entitled to your opinion as is everyone else. In my opinion the community disagrees with you and your harsh assessment of others.


Chris Hadlock 1 week, 4 days ago on Paul Hebert: Financial boon possible with Amendment 69

"That's a great idea, Al. I'll have to ask my new Dr. since my previous Dr. retired at 52yrs old because of the negative impacts of the ACA to his practice. "

Ken, this is a political comment in and of itself. All I did was react to it.

Clearly your Dr. friend is not hurting too bad because of the "negative effects" of the ACA if he can retire at the ripe old age of 52. No envy at all from me, I chose my route thru life and could have retired myself this year had I made some different choices along the way. I do not regret my choices.

My point remains. Anyone that can retire at age 52 is not doing too bad for themselves. That is not envy or politics but a simple statement of fact.


Chris Hadlock 2 weeks, 1 day ago on Steamboat Springs School District drafts policy on medical marijuana use by students

Harvey if you knew more about the success that MMJ has been having with serious childhood seizures you would sing a different tune. It is because of attitudes like yours this medicine has not been studied until recently and the results can be amazing for children that suffer from these kinds of illness. This is not about getting high, but it is about curing previously un-treatable symptoms and diseases. Do your research.


Chris Hadlock 3 weeks, 4 days ago on Gunshots from helicopters spook South Routt County residents

Yes, and why was your post deleted? Tell us Pilot......... If the post was truthful it should be allowed to stand when there were no personal attacks.


Chris Hadlock 3 weeks, 4 days ago on Residents divided over universal health care proposal

Anyone that has enjoyed the experience of working with the private health insurers when facing a serious condition or treatment know that having them in charge of making your health decisions is not in the patients best interest.

Even when faced with their own documentation about what they will or will not pay for, the private insurers refused to pay for previously approved care until threatened with legal action. Not just the threats either, it took intervention by the CO Attorney General before they fixed the obvious mistake and made restitution to the healthcare provider.

Although they denied the letter existed until it was submitted to the AG, the insurance company refused to pay for a pacemaker that was used in Lower Lumbar Surgery. I am sure that each of you can see the absurdity of using a pacemaker to repair the lower lumbar area but for 9 months the insurance company refused to pay anyone for a procedure that had been previously approved because the insurance company entered the wrong code into their system,

Do not tell me that the insurance companies believe in providing the best care to their insured customers. What they want is to raise your premiums and retain the ability to say no about spending any actual money on your health.

A new system of managing these expenses is required.


Chris Hadlock 1 month, 1 week ago on Steamboat briefs: Seminars at Steamboat talk features views on terrorism

Brian, you are not wrong, I just fail to understand your level of concern. Every morning I wake up and wonder what an Islamic Terrorist will do to me today and every night I go to bed thankful that nothing happened.

When was the last time an act of terror actually affected your personal space to make you so scared of someone that is different than you?

Why was it a crime to inter Americans with Japanese heritage during WW2 but considered acceptable to brand an entire religion as evil?

When did it become "American" to hate others because they are a different religion than you are?


Chris Hadlock 1 month, 1 week ago on Steamboat briefs: Seminars at Steamboat talk features views on terrorism

Nice rhetoric Brian, but doesn't shooting up a planned parenthood clinic, church, College or elementary school weigh pretty heavily on the old evil scale?

What about the guy in Kansas that cut up 20 something girls and put them in barrels all over his various properties or the guy that ate people from his freezer or just the one that locked strangers in his basement? There is also that nice gentleman that blew up a daycare along with the rest of that Oklahoma office building. Just a few examples of "christians or others" committing heinous crimes. Are these acts somehow more acceptable because the perpetrators were not Muslim?

One thing is certain, the Islamic community does not have a monopoly on terrible crime no matter how much you would try to convince us otherwise. If we start searching for any given race or religion there will always be numerous examples of atrocity.