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



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......Too many OB/GYN's aren't able to practice their...their love with women all across the country."�GEORGE BUSH

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TIME TO STOP THE MADNESS. END THE "STOP LOSS" ORDER. BRING OUR MEN AND WOMEN HOME. SAVE THEIR LIVES! SAY NO TO THE DRAFT !



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Bush's Debate Notes
"Bush's Debate Notes
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All throughout the debate, Bush was seen taking notes on a piece of paper at his podium. At great risk to life and limb, we were able to smuggle out the notes and present them so that they are available for everyone to see. Many Bothans died to bring you this information ... "

 

Wired News: Chips Coming to a Brain Near You

Wired News: Chips Coming to a Brain Near You
"Chips Coming to a Brain Near You


By Lakshmi Sandhana | Also by this reporter Page 1 of 2 next »

02:00 AM Oct. 22, 2004 PT

In this era of high-tech memory management, next in line to get that memory upgrade isn't your computer, it's you.

Professor Theodore W. Berger, director of the Center for Neural Engineering at the University of Southern California, is creating a silicon chip implant that mimics the hippocampus, an area of the brain known for creating memories. If successful, the artificial brain prosthesis could replace its biological counterpart, enabling people who suffer from memory disorders to regain the ability to store new memories.

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Today's the Day. And it's no longer a question of "if" but "when." The six teams involved in the multi-laboratory effort, including USC, the University of Kentucky and Wake Forest University, have been working together on different components of the neural prosthetic for nearly a decade. They will present the results of their efforts at the Society for Neuroscience's annual meeting in San Diego, which begins Saturday.

While they haven't tested the microchip in live rats yet, their research using slices of rat brain indicates the chip functions with 95 percent accuracy. It's a result that's got the scientific community excited.

"It's a new direction in neural prosthesis," said Howard Eichenbaum, director of the Laboratory of Cognitive Neurobiology at Boston University. "The Berger enterprise is ambitious, aiming to provide a prosthesis for memory. The need is high, because of the prevalence of memory disorder in aging and disease associated with loss of function in the hippocampus."

Forming new long-term memories may involve such tasks as learning to recognize a new face, or remembering a telephone number or directions to a new location. Success depend on the proper functioning of the hippocampus. While this part of the brain doesn't store long-term memories, it re-encodes short-term memory so it can be stored as long-term memory.

It's the area that's often damaged as a result of head trauma, stroke, epilepsy and neurodegenerative disorders such as Alzheimer's disease. Currently, no clinically recognized treatments exist for a damaged hippocampus and the accompanying memory disorders.

Berger's team began its research by studying the re-encoding process performed by neurons in slices of rat hippocampi kept alive in nutrients. By stimulating these neurons with randomly generated computer signals and studying the output patterns, the group determined a set of mathematical functions that transformed any given arbitrary input pattern in the same manner that the biological neurons do. And according to the researchers, that's the key to the whole issue.

"It's an impossible task to figure out what your grandmother looks like and how I would encode that," said Berger. "We all do a lot of different things, so we can't create a table of all the things we can possibly look at and how it's encoded in the hippocampus. What we can do is ask, 'What kind of transformation does the hippocampus perform?'

"If you can figure out how the inputs are transformed, then you do have a prosthesis. Then I could put that into somebody's brain to replace it, and I don't care what they look at -- I've replaced the damaged hippocampus with the electronic one, and it's going to transform inputs into outputs just like the cells of the biological hippocampus."

 

Slashdot | Medical Care Gets Outsourced Too

Slashdot | Medical Care Gets Outsourced Too
"Medical Care Gets Outsourced Too




Posted by michael on Friday October 22, @06:30PM
from the what?-you're-still-here? dept.
Muppy writes "Here's the summary from the most emailed article in The Washington Post today -- about an American who went to India for heart surgery, which he could never have afforded here. U.S.: $200,000 total cost ($50,000 deposit required) for heart operation. India: $10,000 total bill, including hospital, air fare, and a side trip to the Taj Mahal. And the Indian doctors are probably at least as good as those one is likely to get in the U.S. From the article: 'Eager to cash in on the trend, posh private hospitals are beginning to offer services tailored for foreign patients, such as airport pickups, Internet-equipped private rooms and package deals that combine, for example, tummy-tuck surgery with several nights in a maharajah's palace...'" "

 

Colorado State Collegian - Puppet Government: Was Bush Wired, coached through first debate?

Colorado State Collegian - Puppet Government: Was Bush Wired, coached through first debate?
"Puppet Government: Was Bush Wired, coached through first debate?


By Joe Marshall
October 15, 2004


Bush, interrupted.

Since the night of the first presidential debate, the Internet has been abuzz with rumors that the president was spoon-fed answers during the debate via a wireless transmitter.

Fueled by photos of a conspicuous and unnatural-looking bulge between his shoulder blades, the foreign press has been going gaga over the idea, while the American press has made it page eight news.

I think both the left and the right agree Bush is definitely not the brains behind the operation at 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. in Washington, D.C. But if the president's advisers did, in fact, attempt to help him through the debate by whispering in his ear, they sure didn't help him much.

On Oct. 1 the online magazine www.salon.com first published the idea that Bush might have received help during the first debate. Since then, the speculation has spawned a Web site devoted to the supposed conspiracy, www.isbushwired.com, and the photo of Bush's dorsal bulge has made it around the world and back. Again.

The finger-pointers do have a few semi-reasonable pieces of evidence to support their case. First and foremost is the photo of Bush's back during the debate that clearly shows a rectangular object protruding through his suit between his shoulder blades.

The White House has dismissed it as a wrinkle; numerous tailors sought out by press outlets such as the New York Daily News and The Guardian, disagree with that assessment.

Making this abnormality under Bush's suit more suspicious is that cameras were supposed to be prohibited from filming the debate from behind the debate participants. Additionally, neither man was equipped with a microphone other than the one on his podium, ruling out the possibility the device was a microphone pack.

Leftist conspiracy nuts, however, need to give credit where credit is due: If Bush cheated his way through the debates, the near-limitless resources of the White House should certainly allow him access to a radio receiver smaller than a backpack.

Other frequently cited evidence centers around Bush's behavior during the debate. At one point the president blurted out, "Let me finish!" even though nobody had interrupted him and he had plenty of time left to speak. It is also noted by many that, during his more eloquent remarks, he seemed to pause at unusual points as if he didn't know what to say next.

The photo and the White House's failure to explain it, I must agree, are fishy. The president's verbal funkiness, however, means nothing to me. Bush might be the most grammatically inept Yale graduate ever; if he, at times, appeared to be waiting for a word to appear out of thin air, he probably was doing just that.

My favorite pieces in this conspiracy puzzle are supplied by the Democrats, who are obviously shaken and upset by the idea of Bush cheating in the debates.

When asked by The Washington Post to comment about the possibility of Bush receiving help during the first debate, Democratic National Committee Chairman Terry McAuliffe said, "If he had an earpiece and those were his answers, they ought to fire every person in the back room."

Even better was Sen. John Edwards' comment Tuesday on "The Tonight Show." When asked by Jay Leno what he thought the bulge in Bush's back might be, Edwards gave what might be the best explanation I've heard yet.

A battery. "

 

Gonna Vote for Bush, but have no good reasons for it? Here's some reasons you can give your liberal democratic friends!

1) Bush KNOWS God PERSONALLY. Those lying democratic liberals won't be able to come up with an answer to this one, because, hey, it's GOD right? And you can't argue with GOD, can you?

2) Bush just SEEMS nicer than Kerry. That Kerry guy...sure, he's smart, but he talks with sense, and uses words that you find in dictionaries. Bush makes everyone else feel smart just by his stupidity, and that's good, isn't it?

3) Bush don't take Shit from the UN. Yeah, that's right, he just goes up there and tells them how we are gonna kick the terrorists ass.

4) No terrorists have hit Crawford Texas yet. Those commie bastards won't be able to say anything about that, will they? Nope, not one raghead has driven a plane into the grocery store at Crawford Texas....so old George is protecting that town with his life.

So, those should keep those tree hugging greenie liberals busy, right?

NOT REALLY...if you actually USE those as reasons to vote for Bush, you might be legally retarded!

 

Is Bush Wired?

Is Bush Wired?
"Here's the transcript:

QUESTION: My question is, what do you think the hump on G.W.'s back during the debate was?

STEWART: Say it again?

QUESTION: What do you think the hump on George's back during the debate was?

STEWART: The hump on his back?

BEGALA: Oh, you're familiar? This is (INAUDIBLE) conspiracy theory. Can I take this one?

STEWART: Yes, please.

BEGALA: It was nothing, his suit was puckering. A lot of people believe he had one of these in his ear. If he was being fed lines by Karl Rove, he would not have been so inarticulate, guys. It's a myth.

(LAUGHTER)

BEGALA: It's not true. There's this huge myth out on the left.

AUDIENCE IN UNISON: Thank you, Paul-from-the-left, for speaking truth to us about your own crazy people!

Okay, I heard the last quote only on my own headset, but otherwise it's as transcribed. I don't think that Paul Begala set out consciously to serve up untruths to the CNN audience. But his strange zeal to erase the question a priori and ad hominem (ad leftum) must have also rendered him psychologically unwilling to actually look at the video tape. Because anyone who looks at the Fox pool feed, especially of the first debate, will see that there is a box-shaped object under the back of the president's jacket. And a cord, too, both of them way bigger and solider than a pucker on even the worst suit.

And anyone who follows the news will know that the White House first claimed the images were faked, and then, contradictorily, that there was nothing at all under the jacket, and then that it was a rumple caused by a master tailor. And at last, the White House began stonewalling with japes that have the courtiers all in stitches.

So, who are the real conspiracy theorists here, the fantasists and true believers? And who are the real journalists? Those who ask the questions, or those who refuse, as an article of faith, even to look? As a public service, I offer this short refresher course:

How to Reason, a Primer for Hacks of All Ages

Syllogism 1:
"If Bush were cheating with a prompter, he wouldn't have done so badly, especially in the first debate. Therefore, he couldn't have been getting prompted."

This reasoning is so obviously flawed that I can almost feel Terry McAuliffe's amazement that others have seized on it as being anything other than a polite way to say that Bush may be a cheat, but at least he's an inept one.

By the logic of S.1, one might say that any Olympian who comes in at the bottom of his event could not possibly have doped. In short, it's no logic at all.

Because, of course, you can flub at cheating, as at anything. And sometimes it can actually be harder to fake it than just to wing it.

Moreover, while it's said to be easy to give a natural-enough sounding speech using an audio prompter, it must be far more difficult to produce quick, natural-sounding responses in an unscripted give-and-take. And the voice in Bush's ear wasn't any more used to an actual debate than Bush was; the White House hasn't had to face critical arguments in years.

So, scratch S.1. Here's Syllogism 2:

"Bush and Rove have long made cheating and deception for advantage their first resort. If Bush thought he could get away with it, he would cheat rather than try to prepare for the debate. And in fact, he did not prepare for the debate, his advisors said.

Case closed. "

 

Dave Lindorff: A Bulletin on the Bush Bulge

Dave Lindorff: A Bulletin on the Bush Bulge
""At Each Ear a Hearer"
Bulletin on the Bush Bulge
By DAVE LINDORFF

The scandal of George Bush's earpiece debate cheating device continues to grow.

I just got a look at the full Fox tape of President Bush's May '04 joint news conference with French President Jaques Chirac. In that tape, as in several other tapes I've seen, Bush can be heard seemingly getting prompting from another voice. About 12 seconds into the piece, the leading voice says, "And I look forward to working to" Bush comes in with "And I look workin'And I look forward to workin' to" The verbal slip-up makes it clear that this is no electronic echo or sound synchronization problem.

At another point, about one minute and sixteen seconds into the tape, the leading voice lets out a loud exhale of breath. Bush does not follow suit. There is no preceding voice when a reporter is heard asking a question. Also, at one minute and 28 seconds into this tape, Bush reaches up and manipulates something in his ear, at which point there is a static noise and the sound of a speaker acting up, until he removes his fingers from his ear.

There is no wire going up to his ear, indicating that the earpiece in his right ear is wireless.



***

Meanwhile, the ongoing saga of the President's Bulge offers some disturbing insights into the sad state of the Fourth Estate in America.

Let's start with CNN.

This once daring and innovative all-news television network, after falling into the hands of Time-Warner and particularly of late, has become so frightened by the marketing success of Fox News that it has virtually become a clone of Rupert Murdoch's semi-official Bush propaganda network. This became apparent to me when I was living in Taiwan last spring. The CNN International edition I watched in Kaohsiung was showing graphic reports of slain civilian victims of U.S. bombs in Iraq, and of dead and wounded American troops--images that my friends back home in the U.S. weren't seeing.

Obviously, CNN had the tape and felt it was newsworthy, or they wouldn't have been showing such scenes abroad, but they were hiding it all from the viewers at home.

In my personal case, I received a call last Wednesday from CNN International, which wanted to interview me for a program to be broadcast globally discussing the scandal of the bulge on President Bush's back in the debates. A limo was dispatched to my house to deliver me to a studio in Philadelphia, where my portion of an interview was uplinked to the CNN satellite.

No CNN viewer in the U.S. caught this interview. Only viewers in the rest of the world.

Here in the U.S., the only news program that bothered to interview me on this story for national TV was MSNBC, which did a short Q&A at noon on Wednesday.

Since writing my initial expose in Salon magazine, I was deluged with requests for interviews by local station news programs and talk show hosts, all of whom gave the story serious coverage. But no calls from national radio news programs--not even NPR, which never did a piece, only a commentary a week late on its On the Media program.

On the big TV networks, the story was handled as comic relief. It made Letterman, Leno and Comedy Central, but not the news programs--though they are the ones with the video archives which reporters should be combing for more evidence of Bush's high-tech speaking aids. If they bothered to do such digging, they'd find, as I have, that Bush also had that peculiar bulge on his back on other important occasions, as when he went to answer questions from the 9/11 Commission. Would Americans want to know about that? I should think they would.

The New York Times and the Washington Post both did quick stories on the bulge after the story first appeared in Salon magazine, but both have since dropped the matter, at least as far as its being a hard news story, never having made more than a few perfunctory phone calls (The Times did run a White House Letter today by one of their Washington correspondents describing the bulge as having become an "objective correlative" that raises many wider political issues among voters). Despite receiving ridiculous responses and non-responses from the White House and the Bush Campaign, both papers have obviously decided not to assign investigative reporters to the case, preferring to let the story wither away.

Here in Philadelphia, things have been even more lethargic. My own hometown paper, the once proudly investigative Philadelphia Inquirer, gave the issue of the presidential bulge a wire-service paragraph, and didn't bother to have anyone contact the local investigative reporter who had broken the story. Nor did Philadelphia's local radio talk show hosts consider interviewing me about the Salon story, though stations, both NPR affiliated and commercial, were calling last week from all over the country.

What is one to make of this lack of reportorial curiousity about evidence of a massive fraud--possible cheating by the president on three nationally televised campaign debates--on the part of the national media?

If it were just a matter of lousy news judgement, it would be bad enough, but the fact that both the Times and the Post saw the need to publish serious stories about the matter the day the story broke, and that CNN saw it as important enough to air on CNN International, shows that something worse is going on--the deliberate deep-sixing of a story embarrassing to the president.

The White House and the Bush campaign, for their part, continue to dismiss questions about what Bush was wearing in the debates, and on other occasions, by attributing the story to "the Internet." In fact, as has been the case with many of the important stories about the Iraq war and the Bush administration, the Internet is proving to be where the real journalism is happening."

 

BBC NEWS | Asia-Pacific | North Korea likens Bush to Hitler

BBC NEWS | Asia-Pacific | North Korea likens Bush to Hitler
"North Korea likens Bush to Hitler


The US wants to shut down all North Korea's nuclear facilities
North Korea has described US President George W Bush as an "imbecile" and a "tyrant that puts Hitler in the shade".
A Foreign Ministry spokesman was responding to comments President Bush made last week in which he described the North's Kim Jong-il as a "tyrant".

The spokesman also reiterated that North Korea will not attend a working meeting ahead of the next round of six-party talks on its nuclear programme.

The working group is due to meet later this month in New York.


President Bush explained in a speech in Hudson, Wisconsin, last Wednesday, his decision to ask other countries in the region to help him persuade the North to disarm.

Bush is ridiculed and censured as an idiot, an ignorant, a tyrant and a man-killer

North Korean Foreign Ministry spokesman

"I felt it was important to bring other countries into the mix, like China and Japan and South Korea and Russia, so there's now five countries saying to the tyrant in North Korea, disarm, disarm," he said.

A North Korean Foreign Ministry spokesman, in comments carried by state news agency KCNA, responded: "This clearly proves that the DPRK [North Korea] was right when it commented that he is a political imbecile bereft of even elementary morality.....

"Bush is a tyrant that puts Hitler into the shade and his group of such tyrants is a typical gang of political gangsters," he said.

North Korea reiterated comments it made last week that it could not now take part in working-level talks ahead of six-party discussions on its nuclear programme scheduled to take place by the end of September.

The spokesman said this was because "the US has become more undisguised in pursuing its hostile policy towards the DPRK, backtracking from all agreements and common understanding reached at the third round of the six-party talks" [held in June].

Talks impasse

At those latest talks, the US proposed North Korea freeze its nuclear programme as a step towards eventual dismantlement and consequent economic rewards.

But Pyongyang has questioned the timeframe, and also continues to deny US claims that it has a second enriched uranium weapons programme.

The Foreign Ministry spokesman said on Monday that instead North Korea would boost a "thousand times" its capacity for self-defence.

The nuclear dispute flared up in 2002, when US officials accused North Korea of running a secret nuclear programme in violation of international agreements.

Since then there have been a series of talks in an effort to resolve the crisis, but a deal has yet to be reached. "

 

Untitled Document

Untitled Document
What's the bulge on Bush's right arm?

It darn sure isn't his biceps brachii or triceps!

 

Is Bush Wired?: In Your Ear

Is Bush Wired?: In Your Ear
"Monday, October 18, 2004
In Your Ear
A writer who said he's a Secret Service agent posted anonymously to IsBushWired after the second debate last week, saying that, "In the case of his first and second debates, campaign advisors were providing rebuttal information to President Bush as Senator Kerry was answering questions...Just because President Bush used this communicator receiver to provide voters with more appropriate rebuttal answers to questions posed does not warrant negative comment. "

It's a truly astonishing post. There's no way to verify it, but it sure has an authentic ring, right down to the way the writer refers to the presidents he's served, and the blandly bureaucratic rationalizing of cheating. Here's the message in full:

As a Secret Service Agent, I can tell you that President is always wired with a communicator receiver to enable him to acquire detailed information in advance of situations that may arise. In the case of his first and second debates, campaign advisors were providing rebuttal information to President Bush as Senator Kerry was answering questions. This is not uncommon for an incumbant president. Having worked for President G.H.W. Bush, President W.C., and now President G.W. Bush, I am at all times aware that the president is wired, primarily to inform him of hostile crowds that he may encounter. Just because President Bush used this communicator receiver to provide voters with more appropriate rebuttal answers to questions posed does not warrant negative comment from this or any other website. The President has more on his mind than worrying about inconsequential people and whether his answers questions honestly, using his own thoughts, or the thoughts of campaign advisors and/or political analysts."

And here's a post to the site from another writer who also claims to know something about the matter:

"As a D.Sc. in Electrical Engineering and a communications specialist, I fully understand what has been said about the President being wired. In 1998, a small communications receiver was developed for the RNC to allow candidates to be cued on answers to provide for certain types of questioning. This receiver does not interfere with the communications equipment worn by Secret Service personnel and operates on a completely different frequency. With an adapter attached to the receiver, worn either on a shoulder harness or waist belt, a single Secret Service Agent, using a split frequency transmitter, a warn the receiver's wearer of any approaching danger. In the case of the President, it enhances his protection. He does not hear multiple voices or the chatter of numerous people. Using a satellite uplink on the transmitter--primarily for long distance communications--political analysts and advisors could easily provide verbal instructions to the President during a question/answer/rebutal session, without any interference from an outside communications source. The corporation for whom I am employed, has developed numerous "special" communications devices for our government. The particular unit mentioned by the above listed Secret Service Agent is one of the devices we have manufactured. Anyone with $150,000 can purchase the transmitter base, satelite uplink adapter and receiver. However, they cannot purchase the unit with the same frequency used by the President."
posted by is bush wired? at 3:44 AM "

 

Bush Practices the OPPOSITE of the Golden Rule

We have heard of the Golden Rule.
"Do unto others as you would have done unto you."

Bush, through preemptive strikes, apparently believes in the antithesis of
the golden rule...
"Do unto others before they do unto you."

BUSH IS AN ANTI-CHRISTIAN~
!
KERRY/EDWARDS 2004

 

Bush can't spell..was he looking for SODOM instead of SADDAM?

Just wondering...since Bush cant spell, and he attacked Saddam in the Middle East,
is it possible he got confused and thought he was going after SODOM?

If your name is anything like Gomorrah...just be careful and watch out for King George the Cowardly!

:)

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