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DON'T BLAME ME...I VOTED FOR KERRY !!!!!!



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WERE YOU INJURED BY TAKING VIOXX?

There were LOTS of people taking vioxx, who now, may be predisposed to cardiovascular accidents, and who don't know.

If you are concerned with potential damages from use of Vioxx, check out :

http://www.vioxx-law.com
and

http://www.leflaw.com

Excellent resources!


 

HARVARD STUDY FOUND NOT ENOUGH MED. MALPRACTICE SUITS ARE BEING FILED!

"The principal conclusions of the Harvard study are: 1) malpractice was frequent in the hospitals studied, 2) a high toll of avoidable medical injury nationwide can be inferred from this frequency rate; and 3) relatively few of the injured patients actually sued. From this it is deduced that the "real problem" is not that there is too much malpractice litigation but that there is too little, and that the admittedly high rate of meritless suits against physicians is preferable to reform of the tort system. Consumers Union, which has worked closely with anti-tort-reform efforts in Washington, has claimed that the Harvard study proves doctors "kill" 80,000 patients a year.8 "

8. Consumers Union, press release, May 16, 1994.

 

The truth on Caps on non-economic Med. Malpractice Claims AND Premium Hikes

 

Associating Words with Bush

Warmonger, Asshoe, Coward, Effete, Effeminate, Ignorant, Illierate, Stupid, Ignorant, Hothead, prejudiced, biased, homophobic, New World Order, globalism, tyranny, dictator, enemy of freedom, intolerant,...
Yes...when I think of Bush, I think of these words and more.

 

MORE QUESTIONS ABOUT TASERS: Taser incident decision questioned by some

"Taser incident decision questioned by some
Speakers tell school board removing officer was a mistake

By MICHAEL WANBAUGH
Tribune Staff Writer


SOUTH BEND -- A week after a school resource officer was relieved of his position at Clay High School, three people denounced the decision at Monday's school board meeting.

Last week, Cpl. Gary Fields, of the St. Joseph County Police Department, unholstered his Taser gun at the school in order to disperse some students he said were about to fight. He did not fire the weapon.

South Bend Community School Corp. Superintendent Joan Raymond said Fields used "serious questionable judgment" and requested he not be returned to his position as a school resource officer.

Those who spoke to the board Monday said that removing Fields was a mistake.

"(Students) felt they had a relationship with him and a level of trust," said Ann Jacobs. "If he had not used (the Taser), what would have happened?"

Emma Marks said Fields is "a good man for (students). He had an understanding with them."


 

FROM THE TASER FILES - Inmate death in Laf. prompts removal of stun guns

"Inmate death in Laf. prompts removal of stun guns
10/7/2004, 2:45 p.m. CT
The Associated Press

LAFAYETTE, La. (AP) — The Lafayette Police Department will retrieve Taser stun guns from all officers except supervisors while the department teaches them about the policies governing the devices' use."

 

MORE...FROM THE TASER FILES

Scotsman.com News - Scotland - Glasgow - Police "Police call for Taser stun guns linked to 50 deaths in US

CRAIG BROWN


STRATHCLYDE police are demanding every officer in Scotland has access to controversial stun guns.

The constabulary’s representative body, Strathclyde Police Federation (SPF), has said that it wants all patrol cars to be issued with Taser guns - devices which can be used to incapacitate an individual by sending a 50,000-volt charge through their body.

The call follows the decision by the Home Secretary, David Blunkett, to issue the guns to authorised firearms officers in England and Wales.

Joe Grant, the Strathclyde federation secretary, described the move as a "major step forward" but insisted the guns must be available to all officers.

He said: "There are many forces around Scotland who do not have armed response teams and have to rely on Glasgow’s, and so waiting between 15 minutes and upwards - in the case of Campbelton, three and a half hours - before an armed response team arrives is not acceptable."

He dismissed concerns over the potentially lethal effects of the Taser. In the United States, 50 deaths have been linked to the weapon, though the manufacturer Taser International has claimed that drink or drugs were the primary cause of death.

"It has been suggested that there have been deaths, but we are looking at further development that acts in a different way. I also understand that there were contributory circumstances to these deaths.

"The fact is that I have seen the Taser in action and it is capable of stopping somebody instantly. The alternatives that are less lethal, such as batons and CS sprays, both of which can injure as well, risk the safety of officers and other members of the public, and it is not in our interest to do that."

The Association of Chief Police Officers in Scotland (ACPOS) is currently studying the results of the pilot study carried out in five forces across England and Wales, which resulted in the decision to arm police with them.

But John Watson, Amnesty International programme director Scotland, said that the organisation would oppose the move. "We would be concerned about this, because they have been shown to kill and have to be treated as potentially lethal weapons."

SNP MSP Kenny MacAskill, also said that he had doubts about pushing ahead with any plan for the blanket issuing of Tasers.

"The safety of Scotland's police officers must be paramount. However, I am not fully convinced that Taser guns are the best way forward due to the questions which are still being raised about the risks associated with their use."

 

TASERS IN MIDDLE SCHOOLS....ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS???? WTF !

"School chief backs Taser use
Police in Alabama district to add stun guns despite criticism


08:08 PM CDT on Tuesday, October 5, 2004


Associated Press



BIRMINGHAM, Ala. – The city's school superintendent on Tuesday defended a police decision to arm campus officers with stun guns, saying they wouldn't be needed if parents would "do their jobs" and raise kids who behaved.

"I'm respecting the Police Department's decision to do whatever is necessary to contain problems in our schools," Superintendent Wayman Shiver said in a news conference.

Police stationed in Birmingham schools already have guns, nightsticks and pepper spray, and Mr. Shiver said adding shock devices to the mix is fine with him if police believe they need them.

But Birmingham's 66 public schools are predominantly black, and one opponent of the devices said their use harkens back to the days when slaves were prodded like livestock.

"I do personally view stun guns as a type of prodding," said Pamela Cowan, a Miles College student who showed up at Mr. Shiver's appearance with other critics and questioned him about the weapons. "Death can occur ... from being stunned."

Police Lt. Henry Irby said the stun guns that would be used don't pack enough of a jolt to kill anyone except those with rare medical conditions. Officers are required to undergo training that includes being zapped with one of the devices before using one, he said.

"The Taser is another part of our uniform. It's another tool of nonlethal force," Lt. Irby said, adding that it was unclear when the officers would start carrying the weapons.

The city uses guns made by Taser International Inc., which said the weapons are used nationwide in elementary, middle and high schools. Birmingham Police Chief Annetta Nunn recently agreed to a plan for officers to carry stun guns in schools. "

 

The Skinny on Halliburton and its Competitors

"Consultant slams Halliburton contract
Book takes readers inside bidding process
David R. Baker, Chronicle Staff Writer

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Sheryl Elam Tappan has broken a cardinal rule of the private contractors who work for the federal government:

Don't criticize your client.

The consultant and former Bechtel Corp. employee has published a book that accuses the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers of handing Halliburton extra oil- field repair work in Iraq through what she calls a sham competition slanted against other companies.

Tappan writes from experience. A contract bidding specialist, she was part of the Bechtel team that pursued the same work.

Tappan argues that the corps' actions violated federal contracting law. Her anger about it runs throughout her book, "Shock and Awe in Fort Worth."

"It may be simpleminded, but if you're going to make contractors abide by the law, then the government ought to do the same," Tappan said, in an interview at her San Mateo home.

At the time of the competition, Halliburton already was operating in Iraq, making oil field repairs under an earlier contract. Halliburton, where Vice President Dick Cheney was once chief executive, had locked up most of the future oil field repairs as well, through a plan the company's KBR subsidiary hashed out with the corps and the Iraqi Ministry of Oil, Tappan writes. Other companies seeking the contract didn't even see that plan until two weeks before the bidding deadline.

San Francisco's Bechtel and the other companies, Tappan argues, were competing for crumbs. In the end, Bechtel chose not to bid, and the corps awarded the work to Halliburton and Pasadena's Parsons Corp.

Stunned by book

Her book, self-published in April for about $2,000, has stunned people in the world of government contracting, who aren't used to one of their own biting the federal hand. Her name inspires profound nervousness in some former colleagues, who don't want to talk about her. Bechtel will say little about the book, except noting that the company didn't ask her to write it.

Halliburton, Parsons and the corps all reject her allegations."

 

A MISTAKE THAT CAN BE CORRECTED

Four years ago, a terrible mistake happened. That mistake, in my opinion, is in many ways the proximate cause for the ruination of this country, ruination of its economy, the loss of thousands of American lives, and the deterioration of our image around the world.

The mistake I reference is the SELECTION, not ELECTION of George Walker Bush.

I know there are millions of people who are patriotic Americans, who, for whatever misguided reason, think Bush is led by God, is a patriot, is our Sheriff writ large across the world, and/or is a virtual Sugar Daddy who will somehow bring fire and brimstone down from the sky and rain it on our "heathen enemies". I know somehow, someone convinced you of that, or, heaven forbid, you kept your eyes and ears open for four years and somehow believe that where we are is better NOW, than four years ago.

If you are in that group, and can honestly look yourself in the mirror and declare things are better for this nation now than four years ago...then I have two things to say. Number one...you really need to consider seekng professional help and a complimentary reality check, and two, then you need to vote for the draft dodgng, substance abusing, choking on a pretzel/falling off his bike and scraping his face WEASEL...because, with that level of ignorance and stupidity, YOU DESERBE FOUR MORE YEARS!

But, there IS hope. You can choose NOT to go down the same dark dangerous road this country has been travelling, in a rickety bus, driving by a screaming sadistic madman.

You can travel the bright and hopeful road, but only if you get a driver that's not impelled by obsession and vindictiveness.

The sad, and dangerous mistake of four years ago can be corrected...vote for Kerry.

 

What Is With Dick Cheney And George W. Bush?

"By Eric Schomburg
Oct. 7, 2004

After watching the Presidential and Vice-Presidential debate, it seems that Dick Cheney and George W. Bush are a lost for words. Bush seemed to be frustrated with Kerry, while Kerry was nodding and keeping his cool. What does Bush have to be so angry about? Is he hiding something? I’m not saying John Kerry is any better, I still can’t fathom his “flip-flop’s”, but still it seems that Bush dropped the ball at the debate. I wonder if Bush will counter Kerry in the next debate?

Dick Cheney also was a lost for words. It was clear he LIED with a capital L to the public about how he said that he never made any statement that regarded Iraq connected with 9/11 or the Taliban. However, NBC played the show, “Meet the Press” where he DID say that as if it was true fact."

 

"He gassed his own people"

Bushy and others often refer to Saddam Hussein as a villain (which he was) because "he gassed his won people". If wrongful acts, done by a leader which result in the death of say a thousand of that leader's citizens, then, should Bushy also be condemned. He used a false pretext (existence of stockpiles of WMD in Iraq) to send our troops over there, many of whom died and continue to die daily, and why?

As he put it: "After all, this is the guy that tried to kill my dad at one time."


 

RADIO FREE EUROPE/ RADIO LIBERTY

"Chief U.S. Inspector Concludes Iraq Possessed No WMD Stockpiles



7 October 2004 -- The chief U.S. weapons inspector has issued a long-awaited report that concludes that at the time of the U.S. invasion of Iraq, Saddam Hussein had no viable chemical, biological, or nuclear weapons programs.


The 918-page report by Charles Duelfer, presented to the U.S. Congress yesterday, is the most comprehensive investigation to date on the former Iraqi regime and its military capabilities.

Duelfer's principal conclusion -- that Saddam Hussein, at the time of the U.S.-led invasion in March 2003 did not possess chemical or biological weapons and was not trying to reconstitute his nuclear program -- directly undercuts the U.S. administration's main rationale for the war. "
========SNIP==========
Bushy, Rummie, and Cheney...what part of 'THERE WERE NO WMD IN IRAQ" do you not understand?

 

statesman.com | DeLay draws another rebuke from ethics panel

"DeLay draws another rebuke from ethics panel
The rebuke marked the second time in six days that the ethics panel has admonished the House's second-ranking Republican

By Chuck Lindell

AMERICAN-STATESMAN STAFF

Thursday, October 7, 2004

WASHINGTON -- The House ethics committee reprimanded Majority Leader Tom DeLay for the second time in a week Wednesday, criticizing the powerful Texan for actions that "went beyond the bounds of acceptable conduct."

In levying the rebuke, the mildest punishment in the committee's arsenal, the panel's five Republicans and five Democrats unanimously agreed that DeLay, R-Sugar Land, gave the appearance of linking political contributions to legislative action and that he improperly used a federal agency to intervene in last year's partisan struggle over redistricting in the Texas Legislature. "
Hmmmmmmmmm.....Do Tell!

 

NPR : DeLay Receives Second Ethics Rebuke in House

"All Things Considered, October 6, 2004 · House Majority Leader Tom DeLay is criticized for conduct that apparently linked political donations to legislation. DeLay has been accused of unfairly using his wide influence to help his party. The rebuke from the House ethics committee is the second for the Texas Republican in just six days. Hear NPR's Andrea Seabrook."

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