Monday, April 28, 2008

Just before 2:30 pm, Reagan left the hotel's T Street side exit. While waving to crowds, Bush family friend John W. Hinckley, Jr., stepped forward and fired off six shots from his Rohm RG14 22-caliber pistol. Bullet one struck White House Press Secretary James Brady in the head rendering him an invalid, bullet two struck DC police officer Thomas Delahanty in the back, bullet four hit Secret Service agent Tim McCarthy in the stomach, the sixth bullet ricocheted from the president's limousine and struck Reagan under his left arm, lodging in his lung near his heart.

Vice President George H. W. Bush nearly got an eight year jump on the presidency thanks to a family friend. His son chose to mention "sniper fire" Saturday night at the very same hotel where the Bush oligarchy almost took over power after only 69 days of the Reagan presidency.

The political champion of the natural world received that sophomore D in Natural Sciences 6 (Man's Place in Nature) and then got a C-plus in Natural Sciences 118 his senior year. The self-proclaimed inventor of the Internet avoided all courses in mathematics and logic throughout college

Passing the House of Representatives on a voice vote, S. 1858 has been sent to President Bush for signature. The Newborn Genetic Screening bill was passed by the Senate last December. The bill violates the U.S. Constitution and the Nuremberg Code, writes Twila Brase, president of the Citizen's Council on Health Care (CCHC). "The DNA taken at birth from every citizen is essentially owned by the government, and every citizen becomes a potential subject of government-sponsored genetic research," she states.

DIGG.COM & Wikipedia EXPOSED!!!

What if?... or "What happened to Christopher Hitchens?"

"I am here today to release disturbing information found during my investigation about the deaths, poisonings, rapes and pregnancies of children in our state's foster care system.

"I found, from information provided by the Texas Department of Family and Protective Services, in Fiscal 2003, 30 foster children died in our state's care; in Fiscal 2004, 38 foster children died; and in Fiscal 2005, 48 foster children died.

"Data shows that while the number of foster children in our state's care increased 24 percent from 26,133 in Fiscal 2003 to 32,474 in Fiscal 2005, the number of deaths increased 60 percent.

"If you compare the number of deaths of children in our state's population to the number of deaths in our state's foster care system, a child is four times more likely to die in our state's foster care system.

"Based on Fiscal 2004 data provided by the Health and Human Services Commission, about 100 children received treatment for poisoning from medications; 63 foster children received medical treatment for rape that occurred while in the foster care system; and 142 children gave birth while in the state foster care system.

"As alarming as these cases are, we can only imagine how much worse the Fiscal 2005 data is because Gov. Perry's Health and Human Services Commission has refused to provide the data needed to complete my investigation.