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Re: “Tea Party Medicine

Your all fools. You don't see that most of what you write against these right wing whack jobs shows you to be left wing whack jobs. One thing you both do well is point out the failings of the other side. Too bad your brains only turn on when you want to tear down the people who say things you don't want to hear. You all have some good observations. Dr Orient has obvious problems with modern medicine, big pharma so it seems, yet many of her observations about the dysfunction of insurance and how the left tries to mystify problems are spot on. And I hate to burst your bubbles, Cheyrnobyl did indded show that humans can survive higher radiation doses than we thought before. She's right that the left's hatred of nuclear weapons caused them to create the invisible daemon of radiation to scare the masses to nuclear disarmament. Funny how it was Republicans who cut the arsenals and not the Democrats. But then again you don't turn your critical eye to yourselves. Yes, most of these people are people who have problems with modern society but really are their extremist stances, strange theories, and biased conclusions really that much different than yours from a process point of view? I mean let's face it, after you nationalize health care and it breaks down what will be your solution? More government control over peoples lives. You ignore the fact that socialized healthcare is the Western democracies versions of the DOD, and that their heavy debt loading comes about as a result of wasteful medical spending in place of wasteful spending on war. You can argue that it's better to waste money on medicine instead of war, you'd have a point. But again you are just as simple minded and dogmatic as Dr Orient and her ilk and you won't even go that far.

Posted by speaker2dirt on 01/11/2010 at 11:46 PM

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