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Tyler doesn't have a clue
April 05, 2011 | 10:50 AM

He doesn't here, and he didn't when he decided to support decreasing minimum inurance limits and remove stacking from underinsured and uninsured motorist coverage. I have had personal experience, where someone was struck by a grossly underinsured driver. The ability for this person to stack his underinsured motorist coverage made a world of difference in paying for his bills, and his lost wages when he was off of work for 3 months. Had he only been able to recoup the other driver's BI coverage, and Underinsured without stacking, he would have have come up short. In actuality, the ability to stack those limits protects the policy holder, and is cheaper than Mr. August wants to make is seem. This change will not drastically increase your insurance rates; in fact all but 2 states, WI being one of them, does this. They made the changes, and Tyler has worked to reverse them. I'd like to see what his auto limits are.
I did not vote for him, and thought he was a ridiculous candidtate. How he won is beyond me. He doesn't own a home, he is not married and has no children, and is not a business owner. So how the heck can he possibly understand where I am coming from? I want my children to get the best education possible; I want to keep my business doors open. I want to keep my house. He has no way to relate to most of the tax payers in this state; he doesn't even pay property taxes himself. Did I want someone that moonlights as a bouncer at a bar representing me? Absolutely not. He is a joke, and a very bad one at that. Thanks Tyler, for shoving down my throat what Scott Walker already said. Did you even try to put it in your own words? Joke.

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