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....NOT MY PRESIDENT...NOT NOW...NOT EVER !!!!!!!!!!

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



...... "Too many good docs are getting out of the business.

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

Sept. 6, 2004, Poplar Bluff, Mo.

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



Mr. "BRING IT ON" Man, got his ass kicked by his own bicycle!

Scientific experiment to PROVE the economy is "ON FIRE" and there are lots of
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Capitol Hill Blue

Capitol Hill Blue
Expert Warns Against 5 FDA-Approved Drugs

17 minutes ago White House - AP Cabinet & State


By DIEDTRA HENDERSON, AP Science Writer

WASHINGTON - At least five medications now sold to consumers pose such risks that their sale should be limited or stopped, said a government drug reviewer who raised safety questions earlier about the arthritis drug Vioxx.


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In testimony Thursday before the Senate Finance Committee, Food and Drug Administration (news - web sites) reviewer David Graham cited Meridia, Crestor, Accutane, Bextra and Serevent. Drug makers defended the use and safety of their products.


Graham contended the country is "virtually defenseless" against a repeat of the Vioxx debacle. Dr. Steven Galson of the FDA (news - web sites) rejected that comment as having "no basis in fact."


Merck & Co. pulled Vioxx from the market on Sept. 30 after a study indicated the popular painkiller doubled the risk of heart attacks and stroke when taken for longer than 18 months.


The committee chairman, Sen. Charles Grassley (news, bio, voting record), suggested an independent board of drug safety may be needed to ensure the safety of medications after FDA approval. An "awful lot of red flags" were raised before Vioxx was withdrawn, said Grassley, R-Iowa., and the agency disdained, rather than listened to, its own reviewers.


Graham contended that FDA has an inherent conflict of interest that triggers "denial, rejection and heat" when safety questions emerge about products it has approved.


In his view, the five most worrisome drugs that demand speedy action:


_Meridia, a weight-loss drug. He said the agency should consider whether its benefits outweigh the risks of higher blood pressure and stroke among people taking it. "I don't think Meridia passes that test," Graham said.


_Crestor, an anti-cholesterol drug. He said the government should evaluate the occurrence of renal failure and other serious side effects among people taking Crestor. Two of three other statin competitors prevent heart attack and stroke and do not cause renal failure, he said.


_Accutane, an acne drug linked to birth defects. Graham said the drug represents a 20-year "regulatory failure" by the FDA and sales should be restricted immediately.


_Bextra, a painkiller. Graham said the drug poses the same heart attack and stroke risk as Vioxx. He recommended designing studies to look at the drug's cardiovascular risks.


_Serevent, an asthma treatment. He said the drug was shown, with 90 percent certainty in a long-term trial in England, to cause deaths due to asthma. GlaxoSmithKline, told by the FDA to do a large, clinical trial, begged off. "We've got case reports of people dying, clutching their Serevent inhaler," Graham said. "But Serevent is still on the market."


Galson, acting director of the FDA's Center for Drug Evaluation and Research, said the agency already has taken steps to alert consumers to those drugs' safety concerns. That includes heightened warnings for Serevent; a tougher risk-management plan to ensure pregnant women don't use Accutane; and an upcoming advisory committee hearing regarding Bextra.


"Each of these do have special safety issues, but they're under evaluation and we're watching them carefully," Galson said.


Tim Lindberg, a spokesman for Abbott Laboratories, said "science continues to support the safe use of Meridia to treat obesity."


AstraZeneca PLC, maker of Crestor, has confidence in the drug, spokeswoman Emily Denney said. "To date, the FDA has not given us any indication of a major concern regarding Crestor," she said.


Carolyn Glynn, spokeswoman for Roche Holdings AG, a maker of Accutane, acknowledged that the drug carries risk and said it is reserved for serious cases. "This drug is extremely beneficial as long as it's used safely and appropriately," she said.





Susan Bro, a Pfizer spokeswoman, said Bextra did not increase the risk of serious cardiovascular events in a recent analysis of nearly 8,000 arthritis patients who took the drug from six weeks to 52 weeks. She said Bextra has been found to be safe and effective when used as indicated.

GlaxoSmithKline, maker of Serevent, issued a similar statement about its product.

In his testimony, Graham said the FDA's Office of New Drugs unrealistically maintains a drug is safe unless reviewers establish with 95 percent certainty that it is not.

That rule does not protect consumers, Graham told the Senate committee. "What it does is it protects the drug," he said.

Grassley accused the FDA of attempting to intimidate Graham. Sen. Jeff Bingaman (news, bio, voting record), D-N.M., urged President Bush (news - web sites) to name a new leader at the FDA, where Lester Crawford is the acting commissioner.

Graham said he fears continued intimidation.

"I was frightened before," he told reporters after the hearing. "Senior management at the FDA did everything in their power to intimidate me prior to my testimony," he said.


 

CHRISTIAN BUSH- KISSING WOMEN NOT HIS WIFE

Old George "Lovin' 'em Hard as He Can" Bush...has been busy kissing women he is not married to. He was kissin' on Condi Rice, and latest, right on the mouth, that hottie, Margaret Spellings, who he is pushing for Secretary of Education...

You may recall during the election..he was talking about lovin' Missy Johnson, and how that was hard work, since his decision caused her husband to get killed....

You go get 'em Georgie...Love 'em hard and fast...forget that Christian crap!

 

USATODAY.com - Read these lips: Bush gets quite continental

USATODAY.com - Read these lips: Bush gets quite continental

Read these lips: Bush gets quite continental
By Maria Puente, USA TODAY
Is there too much kissing going on at the White House?

President Bush plants one on National Security Adviser-turned Secretary of State nominee Condoleezza Rice.
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President Bush has bussed two women in public in the past two days. First, Condoleezza Rice, whom he kissed on the cheek twice when he nominated her for secretary of State on Tuesday. He went even further with Margaret Spellings, whom he smacked on the lips when he nominated her as secretary of Education on Wednesday.

Eyebrows, as they say, shot up and waggled. It was such a ... European gesture for the aw-shucks-I'm-jes'-a-Texan president. Besides, in these fearful times — you know, terrorism, sexual harassment lawsuits — isn't this sort of thing a no-no in a business setting?

 

USATODAY.com - Sounding off about Bush's smooching

USATODAY.com - Sounding off about Bush's smooching

Sounding off about Bush's smooching
Compiled by Maria Puente, USA TODAY
Here's what members of USA TODAY's pop culture panel had to say about the Presidential kiss(es):

Passionate conservative: President Bush shows a little affection to his new education secretary apointee, Margaret Spellings.
By Charles Dharapak, AP

"Nothing he (Bush) does surprises me. Had a Democrat (especially Bill Clinton) done that, just imagine all the flack he'd catch

 

SEE....NO DELIRIUM TREMENS...


IT'S NOT CLEAR WHY MARGARET SPELLINGS...BUSHY'S CHOICE FOR SECRETARY OF EDUCATION, IS HOLDING HER HANDS THIS WAY...WE CAN SEE BUSH IS GRINN' LIKE A POLECAT IN THE BACKGROUND...NOT CLEAR IF THIS IS BEFORE...OR AFTER THE BIG JUICY KISS...MAYBE SHE IS SHOWING HER HANDS SHAKING AFTER THAT HARD WORK LOVIN' THAT BUSHY GIVES HER WITH THAT OSCULATION....
HERE...SEE FOR YOURSELF


 

BUSH- LOVIN' 'EM IS HARD WORK

YOU MAY RECALL THAT KING GEORGE THE COWARDLY SAID IT WAS HARD WORK LOVIN' MISSY JOHNSON, A WOMAN WHOSE HUSBAND WAS KILLED DUE TO BUSHY'S SENDING HER HUSBAND TO WAR (I KNOW...THE KING DAVID/BATHSHEBA PARALLEL IS OBVIOUS)...AND THEN, HE BEMOANED OB-GYNS BEING KEPT FROM "SHARING THEIR LOVE WITH WOMEN ACROSS THE COUNTRY"...
WELL...GEORGE PORGIE IS BACK TO LOVIN' EM HARD AS HE CAN...

HERE, HE IS SHOWN WITH MARGARET SPELLINGS, HIS NOMINATION FOR SECRETARY OF EDUCATION...HMMM....LOOKS LIKE "HARD WORK" GEORGIE...LOVIN' HER AS HARD AS YOU CAN

 

NEW FEATURE- RETARDED WEBSITE OF THE DAY

I AM STARTING A NEW "WEBSITE OF THE DAY" FEATURE TODAY...
THIS ONE IS "RETARDED WEBSITE OF THE DAY"....

RETARDED WEBSITE OF THE DAY IS ONE WHICH...THROUGH DESIGN, CONTENT, OR OTHERWISE, IS ONE THAT IS SO IGNORANT, SO POORLY THOUGHT OUT, AND/OR JUST IS SO FRIGGIN' USELESS, THAT THE SITE SHOULD NOT EVEN EXIST...IT MEANS THAT IN MY PERSONAL OPINION...IT IS A PUS SPEWING OPEN SORE ON THE FACE OF THE INTERNET.

TODAY'S WINNER IS
http://AbstinenceEdu.com
RETARDS OF THE WORLD...CHECK IT OUT.

 

Accidentally discovered website of the Day

http://www.arnoldexposed.com/
SICK OF SEEING "AH-NOLD" ON TV...AND THINKING ABOUT THE REPUBS RUNNING HIM FOR PRES?

CHECK OUT
http://www.arnoldexposed.com/

 

Capitol Hill Blue: Neocons in Control For Bush's Second Term

Capitol Hill Blue: Neocons in Control For Bush's Second TermNeocons in Control For Bush's Second Term
By Staff and Wire Reports
Nov 18, 2004, 07:22
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Neoconservatives, the ideological architects of the U.S. invasion of Iraq, take center stage in President Bush's second administration.
The "neocons," as they are known in Washington seemed in ideological retreat a year ago after the U.S. occupation of Iraq was shaken by a bloody insurrection.

Led by Vice President Dick Cheney, they argued that U.S. interests and values in the Middle East were best pursued through "regime change" in Baghdad. They predicted that U.S. troops would be welcomed as liberators and that a democratic Iraq would quickly emerge and lead to the spread of democracy throughout the region.

Although these rosy scenarios have not played out, at least not yet, Bush seems more than ever committed to them and to those who advocated them.

"The neocons are feeling quite confident right now. Things are breaking their way. A group of people who in any rational culture should be looking for other jobs are being promoted," said Jonathan Clarke of the conservative Cato Institute, co-author of a book on the neoconservative movement.

Many key appointments in Bush's second term remain to be made. But analysts believe the replacement of Colin Powell as secretary of state by National Security Adviser Condoleezza Rice has already strengthened the neocons' hand.

Many are watching to see whether undersecretary of state John Bolton, a hard-liner on confronting Iran and North Korea, is promoted to the number two position at the State Department. Meanwhile at the Pentagon, Deputy Defense Secretary Paul Wolfowitz and undersecretary Douglas Feith, both key neocons, remain firmly in place.

"Bush has made it clear he wants to fight and win the war against various radical Islamic terrorist movements and he wants to expand the boundaries of the free world. He will use all available tools but diplomacy is always more effective when backed by the credible threat of force," said Clifford May, a former communications director for the Republican Party, now with the Center for Defense of Democracies.

Gary Schmitt of the Project for a New American Century, a neoconservative think-tank, said it did not matter much who in the administration took which position. What mattered was what Bush himself believed and said.

"Bush has never moved away from his policy agenda and since winning reelection has asserted it again. He thinks success is possible in Iraq and he has no intention of allowing Iran to acquire nuclear weapons," he said.

Iraq was a key issue in the U.S. presidential campaign with the defeated Democratic challenger John Kerry arguing that decision to invade was based on false premises and that the U.S. occupation had been badly mismanaged.

"Bush regards the election as a vindication of his Iraq policy. All the nay-sayers, the doubters, the defeatists have emerged as losers," said Clarke.

Some argue that the Iraqi experience has made it virtually impossible for Bush to contemplate another such war. With its troops badly overstretched and the costs of the occupation mounting, it is hard to imagine he would enjoy much domestic support, let alone international backing.

"Whatever some hawks might like to do, the reality is that the Bush administration will face a series of constraints -- military, diplomatic, political and economic -- that will curb its ability to launch new preventive wars," said James Mann, of the Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies in an online article for Foreign Policy Magazine.

In the case of Iran, Bush might have little appetite and little ability to launch a full-scale invasion. However, he could still order lesser military action, such as massive air strikes to destroy the Iranian nuclear program.

"That could happen. It's absolutely feasible," said Foreign Policy editor Moises Naim.

Naim noted that U.S. administrations for decades had employed air strikes as an instrument of policy. Former President Bill Clinton used air power against Serbia and launched missile strikes against Afghanistan and Sudan.

"There's nothing new about using air strikes. That would be the continuation of a traditional tool of U.S. foreign policy," he said.


 

Goosestepping and Speaking German

Bush today said if Mr. Clinton was the Titanic, the iceberg would sink.

I say, if Bush were President in WW II...we would all be goosestepping and speaking German now!

 

La. abstinence Web site under attack

La. abstinence Web site under attackLa. abstinence Web site under attack
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Big News Network.com Friday 19th November, 2004

The American Civil Liberties Union is threatening a lawsuit unless Louisiana removes references to God from a Web site advocating sexual abstinence.

ACLU officials contend the site violates a 2002 court settlement and they will take action against the Governor's Program on Abstinence if the references are not removed within 30 days, the New Orleans Times-Picayune reported Thursday.

The site, AbstinenceEdu.com, tells teens, among other things, that God is standing beside them as they choose abstinence. It offers personal testimonals that also invoke religious themes.

Joe Cook, Louisiana ACLU director, said the site has gone out of its way to use taxpayer money to layer religious content upon religious content.

A spokesman for Gov. Kathleen Blanco said her office wasn't aware of the site's content or the 2002 agreement until Wednesday. He said the staff would review the site and the ACLU charges. Blanco has been governor since January.


 

Bush Caught in a Lie About the 9/11 WTC Attacks

Bush Caught in a Lie About the 9/11 WTC Attacks
Bush Caught in a Lie
About the 9/11 WTC Attacks
At http://www.cnn.com/TRANSCRIPTS/0112/04/se.04.html is a transcript of President Bush's comments regarding the day of the attacks on the World Trade Towers.
Towards the bottom of the transcript is the following quote. (Note: Some readers are reporting that the version of the CNN transcript they see in some parts of the country have been edited to remove the following comment. George Orwell would be proud!)



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