Friday, July 06, 2007

4-D Ultrasound

Fetus Yawning

This baby is sooo cute, yet, a mother can have this “yawning baby” aborted pretty much for any reason. And people are surprised when a wrestler uses his signature move to choke his 7-year old to death.

Gore Gets a Tongue Lashen'!

NPR's Ridley Rips Gore: Concert Trumps Your Son's Crisis

(I stand corrected on something… if anyone can tell me what I stand corrected on they will get my first published book signed by me with a wink, a nod, and a smack on the ass!)

Art Show - Liberal Style






CHILD'S POSTER... take note of the pyramid, this is in reference to the New World Order and all the crazy conspiracies that follow it. Also, this is a child's poster who has been obviously brainwashed by her parents.



Mahmoud Ahmadinejad WAS A STAR



RACIST CABBIES? A note, most cabbies in New York are minorities... so it is minorities refusing to pick up minorities.













300... not the movie

This is what they voted for

What do the Democrats have to offer the tax-payer? Lets see:

They've launched over 300 investigations, had over 350 requests for documents and interviews and they have had over 600 oversight hearings in just about 100 days.

New Species

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What the hell is wrong with this world?! An “Octo-Squid?? The real question is, how does it taste.

It's a squid, it's an octopus, it's ... a mystery from the deep.

What appears to be a half-squid, half-octopus specimen found off Keahole Point on the Big Island remains unidentified today and could possibly be a new species, said local biologists.

Black on White?

Hate Crime?

I do not have enough info on who the victims were, but I would guess that if they were white, the press would never say it. However, if the victims were black and the attackers were white, this would be an instant “Hate-Crimes” case. With the area, I would fathom a logical guess that it was black-on-black crime, which makes up most of the crime committed against black people.

This story is sickening!

  • According to police, a group of teens cut the mother and son with sharp objects, broke a plate over the boy's head, poured cleaning solution into his eyes and forced him at gunpoint to participate in the sexual assault.

Joe Wilson Lied According to a Bipartisan Committee

Did Cheney Lie? Did Libby Lie? No, Wilson Did!

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Some seem to forget, conveniently, that the only person that lied in the Wilson case was, well, Wilson. Libby “lied” about when he found out Joe Wilson’s wife worked for the CIA. She wasn’t “covert,” nor did he leak the name to the press. Libby simply forgot when he first found out about her CIA job and testimony showed that he talked about that fact before he said he talked about that fact. That’s the facts.

Yet after two years of investigation, Mr. Fitzgerald charged no one with a crime for leaking Ms. Plame's name. In fact, he learned early on that Mr. Novak's primary source was former deputy secretary of state Richard L. Armitage, an unlikely tool of the White House. The trial has provided convincing evidence that there was no conspiracy to punish Mr. Wilson by leaking Ms. Plame's identity -- and no evidence that she was, in fact, covert….

Washington Post, Wednesday, March 7, 2007; Page A16

I could defend Libby further here, but I have already done that (just click the Libby “tag” below). This is not the purview of this post. This post is to clearly show that Joe Wilson lied. I do need to -- however -- settle one other area here before we go any further, that is the “Yellowcake” ruse the Left often use.

You may want to watch an NPR liberal, a NYT's lefty, one neo-con, and one Reaganite go at it on this very topic: says this: Both the Butler report and the Senate Intelligence Committee report make clear that Bush's 16 words weren't based on the fake documents. The British didn't even see them until after issuing the reports -- based on other sources -- that Bush quoted in his 16 words.

Bush’s “sixteen word” statement in his State of the Union speech has been shown to be correct. People keep speaking about forged documents, however no one in the Bush administration or in print uses these forged documents as their source to say Iraq was looking to purchase yellowcake uranium. Sheeeesh! The British have consistently stood by that conclusion. In September 2003, an independent British parliamentary committee looked into the matter and determined that the claim made by British intelligence was "reasonable" (the media forgot to cover that one too). Indeed, Britain's spies stand by their claim to this day. Interestingly, French intelligence also reported an Iraqi attempt to procure uranium from Niger.

Yes, there were fake documents relating to Niger-Iraq sales. But no, those forgeries were not the evidence that convinced British intelligence that Saddam may have been shopping for "yellowcake" uranium. But that's not all. The Butler report, yet another British government inquiry, also concluded that British intelligence was correct to say that Saddam sought uranium from Niger. The Financial Times has reported that illicit sales of uranium from Niger were indeed being negotiated with Iraq, as well as with four other states.

According to the FT: "European intelligence officers have now revealed that three years before the fake documents became public, human and electronic intelligence sources from a number of countries picked up repeated discussion of an illicit trade in uranium from Niger. One of the customers discussed by the traders was Iraq."

There's still more: As Susan Schmidt reported in the Washington Post: "Contrary to Wilson's assertions and even the government's previous statements, the CIA did not tell the White House it had qualms about the reliability of the Africa intelligence." She goes on to report that the bi-partisan Senate Intelligence “panel found that the CIA has not fully investigated possible efforts by Iraq to buy uranium in Niger to this day, citing reports from a foreign service and the U.S. Navy about uranium from Niger destined for Iraq and stored in a warehouse in Benin.”

Score ONE for radioactive material, ZERO for the Liberal bloggers out there who cannot see past there Olbermann/Nancy Pelosi brown stained noses.

Now watch two NPR Liberals (side note, you will never see a conservative NPR rep... great use of tax-payer money!), a Neo-Con, and a Reaganite discuss who the leak was:

Okay, on we trudge.

After a whirl of TV and radio appearances during which he received high-fives and hearty hugs from producers and hosts (I was in some green rooms with him so this is eyewitness reporting), and a wet-kiss profile in Vanity Fair, he gave birth to a quickie book sporting his dapper self on the cover, and verbosely entitled The Politics of Truth: Inside the Lies that Led to War and Betrayed My Wife's CIA Identity: A Diplomat's Memoir.

The book jacket talks of his "fearless insight" (whatever that's supposed to mean) and "disarming candor" (which does not extend to telling readers for whom he has been working since retiring early from the Foreign Service).

The biographical blurb describes him as a "political centrist" who received a prize for "Truth-Telling," though a careful reader might notice that the award came in part from a group associated with The Nation magazine — which only Michael Moore would consider a centrist publication.

Unfortunately for Wilson, the bipartisan Senate intelligence committee report concluded that it is he who was telling lies.

Wilson claimed quite clearly in the press and in his book that his wife, CIA employee Valerie Plame, was not the one who came up with the brilliant idea that the agency send him to Niger to investigate whether Saddam Hussein had been attempting to acquire uranium.

"Valerie had nothing to do with the matter," Wilson says in his book. "She definitely had not proposed that I make the trip." In fact, the Senate panel found, she was the one who got him that assignment. The panel even found a memo by her.

Here is the full Washington Post article

Plame's Input Is Cited on Niger Mission
Report Disputes Wilson's Claims on Trip, Wife's Role

By Susan Schmidt

Washington Post Staff Writer
Saturday, July 10, 2004; Page A09

Former ambassador Joseph C. Wilson IV, dispatched by the CIA in February 2002 to investigate reports that Iraq sought to reconstitute its nuclear weapons program with uranium from Africa, was specifically recommended for the mission by his wife, a CIA employee, contrary to what he has said publicly.

Wilson last year launched a public firestorm with his accusations that the administration had manipulated intelligence to build a case for war. He has said that his trip to Niger should have laid to rest any notion that Iraq sought uranium there and has said his findings were ignored by the White House.

Wilson's assertions -- both about what he found in Niger and what the Bush administration did with the information -- were undermined yesterday in a bipartisan Senate intelligence committee report.

The panel found that Wilson's report, rather than debunking intelligence about purported uranium sales to Iraq, as he has said, bolstered the case for most intelligence analysts. And contrary to Wilson's assertions and even the government's previous statements, the CIA did not tell the White House it had qualms about the reliability of the Africa intelligence that made its way into 16 fateful words in President Bush's January 2003 State of the Union address.

Yesterday's report said that whether Iraq sought to buy lightly enriched "yellowcake" uranium from Niger is one of the few bits of prewar intelligence that remains an open question. Much of the rest of the intelligence suggesting a buildup of weapons of mass destruction was unfounded, the report said.

The report turns a harsh spotlight on what Wilson has said about his role in gathering prewar intelligence, most pointedly by asserting that his wife, CIA employee Valerie Plame, recommended him.

Plame's role could be significant in an ongoing investigation into whether a crime was committed when her name and employment were disclosed to reporters last summer.

Administration officials told columnist Robert D. Novak then that Wilson, a partisan critic of Bush's foreign policy, was sent to Niger at the suggestion of Plame, who worked in the nonproliferation unit at CIA. The disclosure of Plame's identity, which was classified, led to an investigation into who leaked her name.

The report may bolster the rationale that administration officials provided the information not to intentionally expose an undercover CIA employee, but to call into question Wilson's bona fides as an investigator into trafficking of weapons of mass destruction. To charge anyone with a crime, prosecutors need evidence that exposure of a covert officer was intentional.

The report states that a CIA official told the Senate committee that Plame "offered up" Wilson's name for the Niger trip, then on Feb. 12, 2002, sent a memo to a deputy chief in the CIA's Directorate of Operations saying her husband "has good relations with both the PM [prime minister] and the former Minister of Mines (not to mention lots of French contacts), both of whom could possibly shed light on this sort of activity." The next day, the operations official cabled an overseas officer seeking concurrence with the idea of sending Wilson, the report said.

Wilson has asserted that his wife was not involved in the decision to send him to Niger.

"Valerie had nothing to do with the matter," Wilson wrote in a memoir published this year. "She definitely had not proposed that I make the trip."

Wilson stood by his assertion in an interview yesterday, saying Plame was not the person who made the decision to send him. Of her memo, he said: "I don't see it as a recommendation to send me."

The report said Plame told committee staffers that she relayed the CIA's request to her husband, saying, "there's this crazy report" about a purported deal for Niger to sell uranium to Iraq. The committee found Wilson had made an earlier trip to Niger in 1999 for the CIA, also at his wife's suggestion.

The report also said Wilson provided misleading information to The Washington Post last June. He said then that he concluded the Niger intelligence was based on documents that had clearly been forged because "the dates were wrong and the names were wrong."

"Committee staff asked how the former ambassador could have come to the conclusion that the 'dates were wrong and the names were wrong' when he had never seen the CIA reports and had no knowledge of what names and dates were in the reports," the Senate panel said. Wilson told the panel he may have been confused and may have "misspoken" to reporters. The documents -- purported sales agreements between Niger and Iraq -- were not in U.S. hands until eight months after Wilson made his trip to Niger.

Wilson's reports to the CIA added to the evidence that Iraq may have tried to buy uranium in Niger, although officials at the State Department remained highly skeptical, the report said.

Wilson said that a former prime minister of Niger, Ibrahim Assane Mayaki, was unaware of any sales contract with Iraq, but said that in June 1999 a businessman approached him, insisting that he meet with an Iraqi delegation to discuss "expanding commercial relations" between Niger and Iraq -- which Mayaki interpreted to mean they wanted to discuss yellowcake sales. A report CIA officials drafted after debriefing Wilson said that "although the meeting took place, Mayaki let the matter drop due to UN sanctions on Iraq."

According to the former Niger mining minister, Wilson told his CIA contacts, Iraq tried to buy 400 tons of uranium in 1998.

Still, it was the CIA that bore the brunt of the criticism of the Niger intelligence. The panel found that the CIA has not fully investigated possible efforts by Iraq to buy uranium in Niger to this day, citing reports from a foreign service and the U.S. Navy about uranium from Niger destined for Iraq and stored in a warehouse in Benin.

The agency did not examine forged documents that have been widely cited as a reason to dismiss the purported effort by Iraq until months after it obtained them. The panel said it still has "not published an assessment to clarify or correct its position on whether or not Iraq was trying to purchase uranium from Africa."

So does Wilson lose his “truth telling” awards? No. Again, in case anyone missed it: Former ambassador Joseph C. Wilson IV, dispatched by the CIA in February 2002 to investigate reports that Iraq sought to reconstitute its nuclear weapons program with uranium from Africa, was specifically recommended for the mission by his wife, a CIA employee, contrary to what he has said publicly.

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What you have – in fact – is a Looney Left who affords murderers and terrorists the benefit of the doubt over a President they cannot stand. They choose Saddam over Bush, they support Afghanistan over America (yes, Democrats are starting to say get us out of Afghanistan as well). It was the same during the Reagan years as well. Reagan and the U.S. were the bad guys for putting ICBM’s along the borders of Western/Eastern Europe. The horrible things that were said about Reagan and the United States by Democrats and the left leaning media are well documented. The same would be true but for the increased platitudes.

Wednesday, July 04, 2007

Republican Are Rich Snobs!

Rich Republicans, Poor Democrats

Two Old Posts That Make the Same Point

The first post is from Rush, the second is a compilation by me and involved an encounter with a guy on the golf-course.

Democrats Get More Money From "Rich"

Another myth about "the rich" has been shattered – namely the conventional wisdom that they are all Republicans – thanks to the nonpartisan Center for Responsive Politics. A December 18, 2002 Washington Times editorial reports that donors giving "small and medium amounts" in 2002 overwhelmingly supported the GOP, while "rich or deep-pocketed givers" hugely backed the Democrats!

Those giving $200 to $999: GOP $68 million; Democrats $44 million. Those giving $1,000 to $9,999: GOP $317 million; Democrats $307 million. The "fabulously wealthy" donors of $10,000+ gave $111 million to the GOP – a whopping $29 million less than the $140 million they lavished on the Democrats! Among those who gave $100,000+, the Democrats raised $72 million – more than double the $34 million the GOP took.

"Yeah, Rush, but all those millionaires are Republicans." No, that's not a fact, my friends. The fact is that in the 2002 election cycle, those who gave a million dollars or more poured $36 million into the Democrat coffers, and a paltry $3 million into the pockets of the GOP. Again: millionaire donations went Democrat by a 12:1 margin! The two parties took in about the same amount overall – GOP: $384 million; Democrats: $350 million. Just look at the Hollywood left, and you see where the big money goes.

In addition, the GOP attracted 40% more individual donors! (George W. Bush set an all-time fund-raising record by collecting the most money from one-thousand-dollar donors in the history of presidential politics.) Far more people giving small amounts exist as contributors to the Republican Party - while Democrats skunked the GOP among the super-rich. That's no surprise, since nine of the twelve richest members of the United States Senate are Democrats.

We're going to put this up on our website homepage permanently, right alongside the story that the top 50% of wage earners, those who make more than $26,000 a year, pay over 96% of all income taxes. (The IRS data) This myth that the Republicans are the party of the rich is breathing its last gasps, so we're giving you these figures to help put it out of its misery for good. This is not a political commercial you have to disprove. These are actual results of campaign contributions in just the 2002 cycle, which is why this class-envy garbage isn't getting the traction it used to.

Greedy Religious Conservatives!

(A debate from 2004 I had)

I wanted to isolate a previous discussion and get some of your input on us greedy conservatives. The only reason I bring this up is that while playing golf in Vegas I got into a discussion with one of the caddies about politics and faith. The conversation started out very interestingly though. Democrats/Liberals place a lot of emphasis on feelings in their anti-Bush diatribe. This elderly caddy maybe in his mid-fifties said he wouldnt vote for bush because his wife worked for the phone company making good money for fifteen-years. She lost her job and is now a receptionist for a Veterinarian. He said, I wont vote for that assho#@!& because my wife isn’t making any money!! I pointed out, politely, so as to not make him explode, that it is not Bushs fault that his wife does not have a degree or a specialty that can get them by in these lean times. He realized that his wifes life choices put them in the spot their in, not Bush (with a little coaxing from me of course). So I explained some of the following during our conversation, passerbys stopping and patting me on the back for such a great example of conservatisms values at work.

If you can remember back to the 2000 election here in the U. S. and the blue state, red state scenario of which voted for Gore and which voted for Bush, Im sure you do, even if another country. Once in awhile stats are done to see which part of the country (which states in fact) give more to charity per-capita than other states. Do you know which of the top twenty states gives the most to charity? You got it, Bush country! Every single one of the red states in that top-twenty are the middle-income fly-over states. Guess how many red-states got the lower twenty of giving? Two. Eighteen States that were in the lowest giving ratio to charity were Gore states. This is even more interesting with a few recent poles. Just under 66-percent republicans go to church one-to-two times a week. Just fewer than 66-percent democrats do not even go to church once a week. DRAT those nasty religious / conservatives!

New Stat that I am adding to my arguments by the way:

Only one of the top 25 donors to political 527 groups has given to a conservative organization, shedding further light on the huge disparity between Democrats and Republicans in this new fund-raising area. The top three 527 donors so far in the 2004 election cycle - Hollywood producer Steven Bing, Progressive Corp. chairman Peter Lewis and financier George Soros - have combined to give nearly $24 million to prominent liberal groups. They include Joint Victory Campaign 2004, America Coming Together, and

Dems the richest five senators?

Financial statements revealed the five richest members of the United States Senate are Democrats. The annual disclosure allows senators to represent their net worth inside a broad range.

Presidential candidate Sen. John Kerry (D-MA) is far ahead of his colleagues with $163 million, most of it coming from his wife's inheritance of the Heinz fortune. The actual estimate is over $400 million.

Lagging behind is Sen. Herb Kohl (D-WI) at $111 million. The Wisconsin senator's family owns a department store chain. Sen. John "Jay" Rockefeller (D-WV) comes in third with a personal fortune reported to be $81 million.

Former Goldman Sachs chairman Sen. John Corzine (D-NJ) weighs in at $71 million, with Sen. Diane Feinstein (D-CA) rounding out the top five at $26.3 million. Sen. Peter Fitzgerald (R-IL) breaks the string of Democrat multimillionaires in sixth place at $26.1 million. Sens. Frank Lautenberg (D-NJ), Bill Frist (R-TN), John Edwards (D-NC), and Edward Kennedy (D-MA) complete the top ten.

Democrats are 10 of the top 15 richest senators.

Conversation from the Break-Room (Part 1)

The Lemon Test ~ Michael Moore’s Sicko
Socialized Health-Care

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This drawing is taken from a political prisoner in Cuba which can be found at a blog about the recent taking of political prisoners. The following is from the first anniversary of their imprisonment:

Today marks one year that the Castro regime encarcerated at least 75 political prisoners in what can only be understood as a means of stifling opinion and information on the island. These prisoners of conscience, through mock trials - guilty without the regime's need to prove their guilt - have been sentenced to in some cases over 20 years merely for bringing the Cuban people information about the world outside their Elba.

Independent journalists, doctors, librarians, all thrown in jails with the common prison population and subjected to arduous humility, pain and suffering.

There are some organizations and governments that have blasted the Castro regime for these encarcerations, but, for the most part, the world remains either unaware or uncaring.

This quote from Manuel Cuesta Morua, a spokesman for a coalition of moderate dissident groups known as the Progressive Arc sums up the frustration of those working for a change within the island:

  • "(Cuban)People now ask, what sense is there in working in this direction if we can be jailed? The [Cuban] government has clearly said, both here and to the world, that it will not tolerate the opposition."

I overheard a conversation at work about Michael Moore’s movie, “Sicko,” and I wanted to respond to it here with some video examples from a wealthier nation (than Cuba) to our north that has universal health care, Canada; as well as some pertinent info from Cuba. The reasoning behind why I didn’t refute the wrongly placed assumptions and “facts” I overheard is because most people do not have the time or “gumption” to test their pet-theories against the truth of the matter. In-other-words, if I went around refuting every little misnomer people have, I wouldn’t be able to eat lunch or check my e-mail… which is what I was doing at the time. But I must say, it took a lot of will-power not to get involved in this public conversation.

Healthy Diets
I want people reading this and watching the videos below to also keep in mind Britain is having the same problems, as is Cuba… but since the government completely controls the news in Cuba you will not hear about their horrible system unless you talk to ex-Cubans. I first want to mention diet, when the Spaniards controlled Cuba (1842) as, well, a slave class; this was the allowance of rations for the slaves to eat:

  • Meat, Chicken, Fish: 8 oz.
  • Rice: 4 oz.
  • Starches: 16 oz.
  • Beans: 4 oz.
This is what it is under Stalinism:
  • Meat, Chicken, Fish: 2 oz.
  • Rice: 3 oz.
  • Starches: 6.5 oz.
  • Beans: 1 oz.
(Exposing the Real Che Guevara: And the Useful Idiots Who Idolize Him, by Humberto Fonova. The above and below stats are from pp. 153-154 of his book)

Infant Mortality Rates

In 1958, Cuba’s infant mortality rate was ranked thirteenth lowest in the world. This was better than France, Belgium, West Germany, Israel, Japan, Austria, Italy and Spain. Keep in mind that this is dependant on if you believe the figures coming from Castro’s propaganda ministry… which means they are really worse most probably. Today Cuba ranks twenty-fifth in the world. So after 40 years of “universal health-care” (e.g., Stalinism), the health-care system in Cuba has worsened. One must also consider Cuba’s staggering abortion rate of 0.71 abortions per live birth, which makes Cuba – by far – the highest in the hemisphere and among the highest in the world. This reduces infant mortality by “terminating” high-risk pregnancies. Of course your infant mortality rate will be low if you abort 6 to 7 out of ten babies born.

Dissidents versus Marxist Propaganda
A recent report snuck out by a dissident reporter reveals that tuberculosis, leprosy, and dengue – diseases long gone from Cuba in 1958 – are making a strong comeback in the Cuba of 2005.

Republican Candidate for 2008
Fred Thompson even joined in the ludicrously of thinking that Stalinized health care in Cuba was top-notch. In a blog by Thompson he says: “...According to Forbes magazine, by the way, Castro is now personally worth approximately $900 million. So when he desperately needed medical treatment recently, he could afford to fly a Spanish surgeon, with equipment, on a chartered jet to Cuba. What does that say about free Cuban health care?...”

Cleanliness is Next to Staliness
One web-site I recommend people to visit is , it has some interesting input into the health care system there, with photos to boot. This is an area where patients are actually operated on in a Cuban hospital:

This is the common area/entryway:

Actual Cockroaches killed by a patient:

Maybe this is why Fidel went to Spain? (Article where photo’s came from.)

Some Links
Here are a couple of other Cuban healthcare related posts:
- Doctor shortage at AIDS facility. - Doctor shortage at El Cerro. - Shipment of Doctors to Venezuela causes doctor shortage. - Maternity ward closes because of nurse shortage. - Pneumonia outbreak. - Car headlights used to light polyclinic during medical procedure. - High infant mortality rate, yes, but 6 out of 10 babies aborted. - Doctor fired after complaining about lack of sterilized equipment.
Michael Moore’s Propaganda Machine -- Goebbels and Stalin Would Be Proud!
You see, Michael Moore is a propagandist himself, one of my favorite examples to show in regards to how Michael Moore uses “facts” is the following:

According to Moore in his book Stupid White Men, “the entire nation is composed of morons”. He writes: “There are forty-four million Americans who cannot read and write above a fourth-grade level – in other words, who are functional illiterates. How did I learn this statistic? Well, I read it.”

Moore should have read better. His endnotes attribute the figure to the U.S. Deptpartment of Education’s national Adult Literacy Survey. Yes, that survey found that 40-44 million Americans performed in the lowest level of literacy. But the survey doesn’t end there. In the next paragraph, it goes on to note that 25% of the people who scored in the lowest literacy category were immigrants who have learned little or no English. And in classic Moore fashion, he also fails to disclose that nearly 19% of the group he includes in the uneducated masses are actually people who have “visual difficulties that affect their ability to read print.”

Surprise: Functional English literacy is not high among the blind, and people learning to speak English may be highly educated, but only able to read their native language. This hardly makes the United States a nation that, writes Moore, “GOES OUT OF ITS WAY TO REMASIN IGNORANT AND STUPID” (capitalization in the original).

(From the book Michael Moore Is a Big Fat Stupid White Man, by Hardy and Clarke.)

Toothpaste versus Bleach
What the person’s I overheard talking don’t realize is that when Michael Moore was trying to bring patients to the hospitals in Cuba in his film Sicko that the hospitals tending to foreigners had the supplies they needed, whereas the hospitals tending to the Cuban citizens do not have even basic provisions. This may be some of the profiteering that has amassed Fidel 900-million dollars. Bilking foreigners that is.

SANTIAGO DE CUBA, July 9 (Juan Carlos Garcell, APLO) – A hospital laundry in Sagua de Tánamo, Holguín province, has been using toothpaste to wash linens for the past two weeks instead of chlorine and detergent.

Hospital employees who wouldn’t be identified said that as a result clothing smells foul and shows blood stains. Most patients are refusing to wear hospital supplied clothing.

"It’s nauseating," said one doctor about the clothing.

The situation places even the health of hospital personnel at risk due to poor disinfection.

By way of contrast, hospitals in the area attending to foreign patients have all the necessary resources to properly wash and disinfect linens.

Okay, here are some short videos to watch, they are about 5-minutes to 7-minutes long, except for the last one which is 25-minutes long, enjoy.

THE LEMON – Socialized Medicine/Car Making
DEAD MEAT – Health-Care (25-minutes of Common Sense)