Re: Global warming phenomenon
posted at 12/23/2009 1:13 PM EST
In Response to Re: Global warming phenomenon
[QUOTE]well if you let Grim tell it its b/c of HAARP. ps, can't believe i'm going to agree with you but something is starting to seem iffy about this healthcare bill. passing it on christmas eve? i have a feeling 50 years from now Grim Jr will be talking about this in the same vein they talk about the Federal Resrve Act being squeezed through on christmas break (or was it summer break?)
Posted by scauma82[/QUOTE]
Try to get it straight. Grim never said anything of the sort (HAARP). Obviously, you don't have a clue about HAARP or you wouldn't say something like that.
Grim (and 31,000 plus scientists) says GW is a complete fabrication by globalist paid scientists. That's 100% correct.
Watch the Jesse Ventura GW special at 9pm tonight on Tru TV. I guarantee you it will be worth 60 minutes of your time.
Ventura was friendly with Gore during his days as Gov and completely unbiased about GW.
As far as the uncontitutional ObamaCare bill goes. Just like the criminal Fed Act, this will be passed on Christmas Eve. Those committing illegal or immoral acts usually do it under the cover of darkness.
Here's a few lowlights:
Obamacare To Cost Middle Class Families $15,000 A Year Patients may have to wait up to 18 months for treatment
Here's Dr Ron Paul's explanation of what we can expect:
“Canada’s so bad that they have a lottery, there are some little towns that have one family doctor, they do a lottery and you can sometimes wait a year and a half to see the doctor,” said Paul. “I have friends who are eye surgeons in Canada, they’ve finished their surgery by September, they’re allotment, they’re given a number of surgeries they can do, when they’re finished in September some of them come to the U.S. and do elective cosmetic eye surgery in the U.S. because they’re not allowed to operate any more in Canada.”
In his article, There’s No Such Thing as Free Health Care, Journalist John Stossel highlights how even people with life-threatening conditions are told to wait. A woman with a blocked artery that prevented her from digesting food was told by doctors in British Columbia that she had only weeks to live, but that the surgery was still “elective.”
“The only thing elective about this surgery was I elected to live,” said the woman, who traveled to the United States to receive treatment.