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The boy who is allergic to almost EVERY food
The Evening Standard, London ^ | October 2, 2007 | unknown

Posted on 10/02/2007 3:51:14 AM PDT by 8mmMauser

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To: N3WBI3
"As to the granes most, if not all have gluten in them. Hes not allergic to wheat he is allergic to gluten."

Actually, that's not true. I'm allergic to gluten, but there are lots of grains that don't have gluten that I can eat without a reaction: rice, millet, quinoa, buckwheat, amaranth, teff, just to name some of them.

101 posted on 10/06/2007 8:01:39 AM PDT by TruthSetsUFree
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To: floriduh voter

Dr. K seems to be quite chipper, perhaps has recovered his health if he even was sick, so why not send him back to complete his term?


102 posted on 10/06/2007 9:17:06 AM PDT by Dante3
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To: Dante3

If he gets 50K for speaking engagements, why doesn’t that have to go as restitution for his victim’s descendants? Why isn’t forfeiting big money part of his probation? OJ is supposed to pay restitution himself but remember he moved to Florida because he’s protected here from paying the Goldman’s.


103 posted on 10/06/2007 12:38:17 PM PDT by floriduh voter (TERRI Anti-Euthanasia Ping List: 8mmmauser & I'm 4 DUNCAN HUNTER)
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To: N3WBI3
I didn’t know it was that bad. Hey I always remember that when the liquid laundry detergents came out big time the stores were giving out coupons. Once I was handed a coupon for liquid Tide or something and I chatted with the rep and she agreed with me that powdered detergents don’t always completely dissolve in the washer and she said they put fillers in them to prevent clumps etc. She claimed one additive was ground peanut shells. I don’t know if that was true but I just thought I’d pass that on if you want to be cautious about your kiddo’s laundry.
104 posted on 10/06/2007 1:13:48 PM PDT by A knight without armor
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To: 8mmMauser
Radical islam's culture of death at it in Nigeria:

http://worldnetdaily.com/news/article.asp?ARTICLE_ID=58015

105 posted on 10/06/2007 4:46:12 PM PDT by floriduh voter (Terri Ping List: 8mmmauser & I'm 4 DUNCAN HUNTER)
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To: 8mmMauser
bttt for Aliza. Miracles do happen. Just don't tell the secular humanists who think Michael Vick's behavior with dogs was brutal but that it was okay to bump Terri off.

Whose worse? Judge Greer and the death lawyers, ACLU or Michael Vick?

www.judgegeorgegreer.com.

106 posted on 10/06/2007 4:50:06 PM PDT by floriduh voter (Terri Ping List: 8mmmauser & I'm 4 DUNCAN HUNTER)
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To: Ohioan from Florida; Goodgirlinred; Miss Behave; cyn; AlwaysFree; amdgmary; angelwings49; ...
I have repeated this theme until people are probably sick of it. We cannot underestimate the albatross of Terri's Legacy around the necks of the lefties. Poor Fred Thompson made that mistake, well beyond simply not being up on the event. The lefties cannot let go of it because it is seared into their consciences and they are aware of her impact even if we conservatives do not give it due attention. Here is one more example: (At least they could get her name right...)

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Social Issues

I have two words regarding social issues: Terry Schiavo. For those of you who don't remember this national drama, let me refresh your memory. One party (which wasn't the Democratic Party) decided that six years of state level court actions were wrong. One party (which wasn't the Democratic Party) decided that a person's personal choice about the end of her life (as adjudicated by a Republican judge) was not her own business. One party (which wasn't the Democratic Party) decided to perform a medical analysis through video tape and announce the conclusions of that analysis on the floor of the Senate. One party (which wasn't the Democratic Party) decided that special legislation was required to address this situation. One party (which wasn't the Democratic Party) decided to make an extremely personal situation a national political issue.

Why Moderate Republicans Should Vote Democratic

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107 posted on 10/07/2007 2:55:52 AM PDT by 8mmMauser (Jezu ufam tobie...Jesus I trust in Thee)
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To: 8mmMauser

I am allergic to almost any work...


108 posted on 10/07/2007 3:05:11 AM PDT by traumer
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To: All; wagglebee
Thread by wagglebee on euthanasia:

The Lawyers' Christian Fellowship has lamented the coming into force this month of the Mental Capacity Act 2005. While Dignity in Dying, the pro-euthanasia lobby group, described it as “a great day for patient choice!”, the LCF said it was a sad day for many elderly and vulnerable people whose lives could be put at risk.

Euthanasia & assisted-dying concerns for Christians in new Legislation

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109 posted on 10/07/2007 3:06:47 AM PDT by 8mmMauser (Jezu ufam tobie...Jesus I trust in Thee)
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To: All; TheSpottedOwl
One more ping for Rose, TheSpottedOwl, and call for prayers for our fellow warrior...

She is off life support.

TheSpottedOwl Is passing [UPDATE at #257]

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110 posted on 10/07/2007 3:14:03 AM PDT by 8mmMauser (Jezu ufam tobie...Jesus I trust in Thee)
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To: 8mmMauser

Prayers for Rose.


111 posted on 10/07/2007 11:22:14 AM PDT by Dante3
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To: floriduh voter

I read about President Bush trying to save a Mexican on death row for raping and murdering two teenage girls. Yet he failed to make the effort to save Terri.


112 posted on 10/07/2007 3:40:21 PM PDT by Dante3
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To: Ohioan from Florida; Goodgirlinred; Miss Behave; cyn; AlwaysFree; amdgmary; angelwings49; ...
Rose, TheSpottedOwl, has passed on.

Requiescant in Pace.

Post #281

TheSpottedOwl Is passing [UPDATE at #283]


113 posted on 10/08/2007 3:57:28 AM PDT by 8mmMauser (Jezu ufam tobie...Jesus I trust in Thee)
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To: All
What the...

This august body of Christians, more holy than thee and me, thinks they know better about what constitutes the extraordinary. Alas, one would expect them to counter with facts, but instead they call upon falsehoods to prove their point. Are they so blind they do not see Terri's circumstances? I wonder if they would change their minds if the truth were shown to them. I wonder...

If they only knew the truth, we might imagine, they would behave as true Christians and declare "Oops! we made a mistake about Terri." Should I hold my breath awaiting that epiphany? Also, I wonder if they abhor keeping babies alive through bottle feeding.

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The Vatican declared last month that it is morally wrong to remove feeding tubes from patients who are in a permanent vegetative state. Responding in part to perplexity over the Terri Schiavo case, the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith stated that delivery of food and water, even by artificial means and even to someone who is permanently unresponsive, is "ordinary" care—care that caregivers are morally obliged to provide in virtually all cases in order to preserve the patient's human dignity.

The notion that giving food and water is ordinary care has a significant tradition behind it. After all, giving food to the hungry and water to the thirsty is for Christians a paradigmatic instance of loving one's neighbor. But in applying this tradition in an absolutist way to the realities of modern medicine, the Vatican has narrowed in an unfortunate way its own rich tradition of practical reasoning about what is "ordinary" and "extraordinary" care.

For one thing, delivery of food and water through a tube—a device inserted by doctors—is not just ordinary care. It is not like giving someone a drink of water or a crust of bread. It constitutes a medical intervention, much like installing a ventilator or performing a tracheotomy. At the very least, installing and maintaining a feeding tube lies at the edges of ordinary care.

Furthermore, the question of whether a medical intervention is ordinary or extraordinary has traditionally focused not on the kind of intervention used but on whether the intervention is burdensome to the patient or (to quote the Catholic Catechism) "disproportionate to the expected outcome."

Which gets us to the heart of cases like Terri Schiavo's. Many people say—and say explicitly in their advance health-care directives—that being maintained in a vegetative state would be an unacceptable burden. Many people do not want to be maintained in a vegetative state with no reasonable hope of recovering the capacity to interact with their environment—that is not, in their view, an outcome that warrants medical intervention. The Vatican is saying that such people are simply morally wrong and that their view of what constitutes burdensome and disproportionate care undermines human dignity. .........................

Extraordinary measures

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114 posted on 10/08/2007 4:16:47 AM PDT by 8mmMauser (Jezu ufam tobie...Jesus I trust in Thee)
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To: All
Fred and Terri daily tar baby of the lefties again (yawnnnn!)

That criticism follows copious news coverage of what were seen as several stumbles by Thompson in the days after he announced his candidacy on “The Tonight Show With Jay Leno” five weeks ago. While not major gaffes, Thompson appeared less than sure-footed as he answered questions on the importance of capturing Osama bin Laden, oil drilling in the Everglades, Terry Schiavo and ethanol subsidies.

Thompson's platform, or lack thereof, to be tested

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115 posted on 10/08/2007 4:21:47 AM PDT by 8mmMauser (Jezu ufam tobie...Jesus I trust in Thee)
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To: mtbopfuyn

Thankfully his brain works.


116 posted on 10/08/2007 4:29:59 AM PDT by lonestar
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To: All; EternalVigilance; MountainFlower
As a Presidential Candidate, this brilliant man of faith has stood by Terri in her hour of need. Through his RenewAmerica site, many fervant defenders of Terri have stepped forward to champion her Legacy. Here are recent words of this great man in a thread by Eternal Vigilance. Thanks, MountainFlower, for the pings.

The Declaration declares that all men are created equal and endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights. People these days, when they remember the Declaration at all, tend to focus on the rights and forget the Creator. President Bush's embarrassing remark may be the result of this myopia. If we remember and reflect on the Declaration's reference to the Creator, we realize that it invokes the authority of the Creator God as the basis for our claim to unalienable rights. It invokes that authority as governing all human beings, not just those who believe in or pray to Him.................

Endowed by their Creator [Alan Keyes]

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117 posted on 10/08/2007 4:35:12 AM PDT by 8mmMauser (Jezu ufam tobie...Jesus I trust in Thee)
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To: lonestar

Sadly so did Terri’s...


118 posted on 10/08/2007 4:45:15 AM PDT by 8mmMauser (Jezu ufam tobie...Jesus I trust in Thee)
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To: All; Diago; Lesforlife
Rocky Mountain Lie...

Planned Parenthood antics pursued in a Jill Stanek thread by diago.

If the Aurora Planned Parenthood site in the Illinois prairie lands is ground zero, then the Denver Planned Parenthood site in the Mile High City is sky zero.

Last month, with a reporter in hot pursuit, Planned Parenthood of the Rocky Mountains, or PPRM, was forced to come clean about its secret purchase of a city block of property and plans to break ground on a 50,000 square foot mega-mill this November.

Planned Parenthood's free publicity

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119 posted on 10/08/2007 4:58:09 AM PDT by 8mmMauser (Jezu ufam tobie...Jesus I trust in Thee)
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To: All; monomaniac; Salvation
Thread by monomaniac. Thanks, Salvation.

MANOTICK, Ontario, October 5, 2007 (LifeSiteNews.com) - On Sunday, Sept. 23, a week before Canada's Life Chain Sunday, Fr. Geoff Kerslake gave what was seen as a powerful sermon encouraging his parishioners to take part in the local Life Chain the following Sunday. Fr. Geoff is the young pastor of St. Leonard's parish in Manotick, Ontario, located on the fringe of Canada's capital city of Ottawa.

Fr. Geoff's sermon so encouraged one couple who heard it that they had the text re-printed in the bulletin of their own nearby parish the following Sunday. In turn, an enthusiastic reader forwarded it on to LifeSiteNews. We called Fr. Geoff and he gave permission to have his pro-life/Life Chain homily published on LifeSiteNews. We do so especially with the hope that it will provide inspiration to US pastors who will also be delivering pro-life homilies this Life Chain Sunday in the United States.

Young Pastor's Powerful Sermon Encourages Parishioners to Take Part in Life Chain

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120 posted on 10/08/2007 5:03:33 AM PDT by 8mmMauser (Jezu ufam tobie...Jesus I trust in Thee)
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To: All; wagglebee
Run versus punt??

Thread by wagglebee.

Do we go for the field goal and the tie, in hopes of sending the game into overtime?

Or, do we run a play and go for the touchdown and the win?

Welcome to the debate within the pro-life movement between those who support the National Right to Life and their desire to kick the field goal of keeping abortion “safe, legal, and rare” until a more opportune time to challenge Roe, and those who support the Thomas More Law Center who want to go for the touchdown—and the win—of ending abortion on demand through all three trimesters now.

A Question of Strategy for Pro-Lifers

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121 posted on 10/08/2007 5:10:28 AM PDT by 8mmMauser (Jezu ufam tobie...Jesus I trust in Thee)
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To: 8mmMauser

Sad. Prayers for the family. I was hoping for a miracle.


122 posted on 10/08/2007 5:41:35 AM PDT by Dante3
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To: Dante3

Me too.


123 posted on 10/08/2007 6:04:20 AM PDT by 8mmMauser (Jezu ufam tobie...Jesus I trust in Thee)
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To: 8mmMauser

Dr. Keyes was our keynote speaker at the 40th anniversary
commemoration of America’s first abortion law.

His phenomenal speech is available on the Focus on the Strategy 2 dvd.

To order, contact www.coloradorighttolife.org or www.kgov.com


124 posted on 10/08/2007 7:12:58 AM PDT by Lesforlife ("For you created my inmost being; you knit me together in my mother's womb . . ." Psalm 139:13!!!!!)
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To: 8mmMauser
These act as a miniature immune system and attack food passing through the gut to the stomach... At first, Tyler was fitted with a nose tube to help get food direct to his stomach, bypassing the rogue blood cells in his gut.

Journalists are SO dumb. And now we don't know the real reason why he has the tube.

125 posted on 10/08/2007 7:15:54 AM PDT by Sloth (You being wrong & me being closed-minded are not mutually exclusive.)
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To: 8mmMauser
 
End abortion.
Pray the Rosary. 
Pray without ceasing.
40 Days for Life

126 posted on 10/08/2007 4:56:44 PM PDT by Salvation (†With God all things are possible.†)
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To: 8mmMauser
At first, Tyler was fitted with a nose tube to help get food direct to his stomach, bypassing the rogue blood cells in his gut.

I wonder if the rest of the story makes as little sense as the sentence above does? If you're fed by tube to stomach, then from the stomach the food empties into the intestines, ie., the gut, where the "rogue blood cells" are. Nothing is getting bypassed.
127 posted on 10/08/2007 5:01:08 PM PDT by aruanan
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To: 8mmMauser
On the bright side, he won't be coming down with a case of hookworm.
Trends Parasitol. 2006 Dec;22(12):547-50.
Intestinal allergy expels hookworms: seeing is believing.

Croese J, Speare R.
Department of Gastroenterology,
Townsville Hospital,
Townsville, QLD 4814,
Australia.
jcroese@bigpond.com

It is unclear how immunity limits hookworm infection. Australian researchers, using capsule and conventional gastrointestinal endoscopy in volunteers inoculated with Necator americanus, have reported that virtually all larvae reach the intestine within six weeks. Unlike the neutral response surrounding resident hookworms, newly arrived adults provoke an eosinophilic enteropathy. This allergic reaction curtails the attachment of hookworms and accompanies the passage of additional worms as they are expelled from the proximal small intestine.


128 posted on 10/08/2007 5:05:36 PM PDT by aruanan
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To: Ohioan from Florida; Goodgirlinred; Miss Behave; cyn; AlwaysFree; amdgmary; angelwings49; ...
Italian Terri Schiavo...

Italian courts took a different tack than did Judge George Greer in Florida, with a complicit judiciary system. This article by Steven Ertelt is in a thread by wagglebee.

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Milan, Italy (LifeNews.com) -- An Italian court has denied a request by a disabled woman's father to remove her feeding tube and authorize her death by starvation and dehydration. Eluana Englaro has been a coma for 15 years after an automobile accident seriously injured her and, this year, her father asked a Milan court for permission to remove her feeding tube.

This isn't the first time Englaro's case had been in court.

In April 2005, the Italian Supreme Court confirmed a lower court ruling to keep her feeding tube in place.

That case had also been brought by Englaro's father, who believes that she would have preferred to die. The court rejected the argument because there was no specific evidence on Englaro's views of life and death.

In addition, the court's opinion stated that to remove the tube required, "valuations of life and death that are rooted in concepts of an ethical or religious nature, which are extrajudicial."

The Italian case has drawn comparisons to that of Terri Schiavo, the disabled American woman whose ex-husband won permission from the court to take her life.

It also hearkens to Piergiorgio Welby, a euthanasia activist afflicted with muscular-dystrophy who had a doctor kill him in a euthanasia bid that is still under investigation.

Court Upholds Food and Water for Eluana Englaro, Italian Terri Schiavo

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129 posted on 10/09/2007 3:38:49 AM PDT by 8mmMauser (Jezu ufam tobie...Jesus I trust in Thee)
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To: All; amdgmary; floriduh voter
Uh Oh!

Look what is happening in Clearwater!

This marine's mom is fighting for guardianship so he can get care but the father wants independent care. Looky who is giving advice! Yes, it is none other than George Felos. And, they are going before a Pinellas Judge.

As we may recall George Felons is one of a select crowd still roaming the dark alleys like Tiller the Killer and Jack the Dripper. Death is the work of his life and Clearwater is familiar territory for his passion. Moms hide your sons!

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CLEARWATER - The young Marine severely injured in a car accident involving wrestler Hulk Hogan's son will need lifelong care and at best will only be able to open and close his eyes periodically, according to court documents.

John Graziano's mother is petitioning a Pinellas County judge to allow her to assume guardianship of her 22-year-old son, who is in critical condition at Bayfront Medical Center. A hearing is set for Wednesday. 

~Snip~

Graziano's father, who is estranged from his wife, is contesting her application. Edward Graziano is seeking an independent guardian for his son, according to his attorney, Steven Hearn.

~Snip~

An incapacitated person doesn't necessarily need a guardian, said George Felos, the Dunedin lawyer who represented Michael Schiavo, the husband of Terri Schiavo.

"The law prefers that people plan for their own affairs so the court doesn't have to be involved to take care of the affairs of an incapacitated person," Felos said.

Mom seeks guardianship of injured Marine He may remain incapacitated by crash involving Hulk Hogan's son.

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130 posted on 10/09/2007 4:03:21 AM PDT by 8mmMauser (Jezu ufam tobie...Jesus I trust in Thee)
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To: All

Will this marine be saved from the grim reapers?

Post above.

131 posted on 10/09/2007 4:06:41 AM PDT by 8mmMauser (Jezu ufam tobie...Jesus I trust in Thee)
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To: All
It was once reading, 'riting and 'rithmetic. But this is Princeton. Here we see the salient three slightly different, Global warming, stem cell research, and right-to-die kill as in Terri.

Actually it is all couched somewhat differently. I am not yet sure what they mean here. Do they really want politicians to see the science behind those buzzwords? I am burning with curiosity on their perspectives.

For students, the ST may seem like a silly extra distribution requirement, but down the road it could have a significant impact. As a top university, Princeton fields strong science departments and a strong engineering school. Not all students get a taste of these underused resources, but I think it's important that all Princeton students take a strong science course so they can carry it to whatever they do. This especially applies to future leaders in business and politics. When we look at issues such as global warming, stem cells, disease and right-to-die situations like Terri Schiavo, many politicians tend to misunderstand the science behind them. Without a solid understanding, we become less capable of differentiating between the genuine article and the counterfeit, and our leaders end up botching up potentially good policy.

Lacking the ST requirement

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132 posted on 10/09/2007 4:22:59 AM PDT by 8mmMauser (Jezu ufam tobie...Jesus I trust in Thee)
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To: All
Fred and Terri, the daily tar baby of the left...

Nope, not a day goes by that they fail to affix the logo of Terri to Fred.

But is this the same Fred Thompson who has been campaigning for President recently? The Fred Thompson who, while campaigning in Florida, didn't know the details of the Terri Schiavo case or that some people want to drill for oil in the Everglades?

Roger Simon: All he has to do is not drool

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133 posted on 10/09/2007 4:28:36 AM PDT by 8mmMauser (Jezu ufam tobie...Jesus I trust in Thee)
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To: All
The title to the above tar baby report reads differently in the original, just so nobody is taken aback. It originates with Politico.com and reads, Bar low for Thompson as debate looms, by Roger Simon.
134 posted on 10/09/2007 4:36:06 AM PDT by 8mmMauser (Jezu ufam tobie...Jesus I trust in Thee)
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To: All; LilAngel; lizol; BykrBayb
BOŻE COŚ POLSKĘ

Ping a thread by lizol on the passing of Father Zdzisław Peszkowski, survivor of Katyn. Thanks for the ping, LilAngel.

Until the last days of his life, Fr. Peszkowski fought for the truth about the 1940 Soviet mass murder of twenty thousand Polish POWs - military officers, but also civilians - professors, doctors, lawyers, clergy, higher state officials - the intellectual elite of pre-war Poland. The truth, as he often reminded, which was forbidden during the decades of communist regime in Europe.

'The truth about the Katyn massacre has for years been a tester of conscience of many world powers who knew about it, but kept silent, captive to different entanglements.'

Fr. Peszkowski, legendary Katyn genocide survivor dies at 89 (the guardian of Katyn memory)

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For those new visitors, the following is not Polish, but from martyrs in Germany who dared to speak out, Sophie Scholl and friends.

"We will not be silent. We are your bad conscience. The White Rose will give you no rest."

135 posted on 10/09/2007 4:51:00 AM PDT by 8mmMauser (Jezu ufam tobie...Jesus I trust in Thee)
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To: 8mmMauser

If this unfortunate young man went to a public school in the United States, a flyer would go home to every kid in his class saying they could only bring chicken, carrots, grapes, potatoes and apples for lunch and that there would be no parties with cakes or treats for birthdays.


136 posted on 10/09/2007 4:55:24 AM PDT by cschroe
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To: cschroe

Sigh... In my day, we had in school one of the moms who planned each lunch, with good old home cooking, never any fast food, and we kids played outside with mercury watching it turn black in our hands, and making dimes shiny. (silver in those days)

I am still alive after all that.

Yes, his malady is real enough and here these days it would be taken out on all the other kids. The whole school would have to suffer.

Now, if the kids were taught that math is spelled meth, that might be ok.


137 posted on 10/09/2007 5:05:55 AM PDT by 8mmMauser (Jezu ufam tobie...Jesus I trust in Thee)
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To: All; wagglebee
Roe vs. Wade in a thread by wagglebee...

WAYNE, NJ., Oct. 8 /Christian Newswire/ -- Ms. McCorvey former "Roe" in Roe vs. Wade in 1971 challenged the abortion laws in Texas. On appeal, her case went before the Supreme Court. In 1973 the Supreme Court legalized abortion in his country. Ms. McCorvey, however, has never had an abortion. Moreover, in 1995 she accepted the LORD. Her conversion to Christianity inspired her to start Crossing Over Ministry where she serves as National Director. Her ministry is dedicated to helping over turning Roe v Wade. To that end, Ms. McCorvey considers it a privilege to speak at, Calvary Temple International along side her Creative Director, Hector D. Ferrer.

Norma McCorvey Former 'Roe' in Roe vs. Wade Will Be Making a Special Appearance in Wayne, NJ

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138 posted on 10/09/2007 5:10:10 AM PDT by 8mmMauser (Jezu ufam tobie...Jesus I trust in Thee)
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To: All; wagglebee
News about abortion and cancer in the UK in a thread by wagglebee...

London, England (LifeNews.com) -- Members of the British parliament wants to add an amendment to an abortion bill the legislative body will debate next month as the nation marks 40 years of legalized abortion. Labour Party MPs Claire Curtis-Thomas and Geraldine Smith say they want the abortion bill amended to tell women of the abortion-breast cancer link.

British MPs to Propose Bill Investigating Abortion Breast Cancer Link

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139 posted on 10/09/2007 5:14:14 AM PDT by 8mmMauser (Jezu ufam tobie...Jesus I trust in Thee)
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To: All; Lesforlife; amdgmary; floriduh voter; BykrBayb; bjs1779; Salvation; Dante3; Sun; Ciexyz; ...
Why we persevere...

Do all remember Dylan Walborn. Well, I do. For little Dylan was not so different than our own son. The big difference is that we could not imagine doing what these parents did and he led a happy life for twenty six years, finally succumbing to a fierce disease we parents caught too.

As a reminder, here is a website detailing what happened.

IN MEMORIAL Dylan Walborn, 2000 - 2005

It is a difficult but necessary read for me, because the resume of his problems is just too familiar and I must surpress the outrage. Totally absent from the killing team justification is the joy, the happiness, and the pure angelic looks these little kids radiate. What evil it must take to suppress such good!

The following is a reader response to the editor in the Denver Post:

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Editor,

What hypocrites!

After glorifying Dylan Walborn's starvation by parents
who wearied of giving their disabled child appropriate
care, the Denver Post's Kevin Simpson chronicled his
starvation death for over 20 days.  The inaptly titled,
"Letting Go, Dylan's last days," was an instruction
manual for euthanizing medically vulnerable children.

Your editorial praising a Denver Human Services
investigation of the death of Chandler Grafner falls
on deaf ears after the Post gave a plethora of reasons
and justifications for starving little Dylan to death.

You set the standard and gave other parents the idea
 that when the going gets rough, ending innocent life
is permissible.

Shame on you for pretending otherwise.

Leslie Hanks
V.P. Colorado Right to Life
2050 S. Oneida Suite 116
Denver, Colorado 80224
720-394-8946

"We will not be silent. We are your bad conscience. The White Rose will give you no rest."

140 posted on 10/09/2007 5:37:55 AM PDT by 8mmMauser (Jezu ufam tobie...Jesus I trust in Thee)
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To: aruanan

Didn’t do much on us for tapeworm, but crushed raw pumpkin seed did.


141 posted on 10/09/2007 5:41:32 AM PDT by 8mmMauser (Jezu ufam tobie...Jesus I trust in Thee)
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To: 8mmMauser; Lesforlife; wagglebee; Sun; Salvation
First, let's pray for John Graziano, a Marine who survived two tours of duty in Iraq and was in a violent crash on COURT STREET which leads straight to the courthouse (Greer's courthouse at 315 Court St.)

www.judgegeorgegreer.com

More re: John Graziano - there is a lot of money at stake here. Hulk Hogan's money. That's all well and good but consider it's a Pinellas Guardianship Judge who will be a decider (and we know who one of them is GREER) and the death lawyers are already skulking about like moths to a flame.

John Graziano - I recommend creating google alerts on John Graziano to see how judicious Pinellas County is or if the death lawyers worm their way to the family - mom and dad are split up.

If a "loved one" needs money, the skulkers may not be far behind to brainwash same.

Question becomes: What guardianship judge will get this and will John Graziano live? He responds with his eyes but the doctors are downplaying same.

Look out for the death lawyer skulk dance.

It goes like this: Shimmy to the left, shimmy to the left.

142 posted on 10/09/2007 6:32:25 AM PDT by floriduh voter (Terri Ping List: 8mmmauser & I'm 4 DUNCAN HUNTER)
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To: All

I guess I should fix it. Regarding Dylan upthread today at #140, I talked about a twenty six years, and that was our own son, not Dylan who was snuffed quickly, in a scarce few years.

8mm


143 posted on 10/09/2007 6:33:05 AM PDT by 8mmMauser (Jezu ufam tobie...Jesus I trust in Thee)
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To: floriduh voter

When I think of Felos doing the shimmy I think of the slink, one where a guy can slither under a door instead of opening it.


144 posted on 10/09/2007 6:38:14 AM PDT by 8mmMauser (Jezu ufam tobie...Jesus I trust in Thee)
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To: kinoxi

The child must not be allergic to starch if he can have potatoes. Maybe it’s not a big serving either.


145 posted on 10/09/2007 7:02:16 AM PDT by floriduh voter (Terri Ping List: 8mmmauser & I'm 4 DUNCAN HUNTER)
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To: Sun
Copied from my Profile Page:

FEEDING TUBES ARE NOT TORTURE DEVICES.

We should be careful not to demonize feeding tubes. They are not horrid torture devices. Sometimes, premature babies and children need them. There are portable feeding tubes like back packs called G-tubes. They are not scary looking and should not be looked upon as objects of torture. They save lives, sustain life and many times after therapy, can be tossed aside.

For anyone interested, here's Terri's Foundation w/other links that may prove helpful.

http://terrisfight.org/

Judge George Greer forbade swallowing tests for TERRI SCHINDLER SCHIAVO even though she could swallow her saliva. He said,"The law of the case is that she will die."

Chilling crime, wasn't it? A judge citing laws he's been paid to follow instead of FOLLOWING the Florida Statutes making what they did to Terri a FELONY MURDER.

Web sites for all: www.judgegeorgegreer.com (more than Greer here) and www.michaelschiavo.com or .org (google it).

146 posted on 10/09/2007 7:07:05 AM PDT by floriduh voter (Terri Ping List: 8mmmauser & I'm 4 DUNCAN HUNTER)
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To: 8mmMauser
Useless eaters. Link between Darwin and Hitler:

http://worldnetdaily.com/news/article.asp?ARTICLE_ID=57351

147 posted on 10/09/2007 7:16:55 AM PDT by floriduh voter (Terri Ping List: 8mmmauser & I'm 4 DUNCAN HUNTER)
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To: Dante3
Too bad Terri wasn't a Senorita.

I can't get started on the Bush dynasty but did you hear that the prez says everyone prays to the same god?

(like during beheadings, saying allah, akbar or crashing planes into buildings.)

Who is advising him? He says unbelievable, meritless stuff. I only back him on the Supremes he picked, schips veto and am against a cut and run. Outside of that, what's a born again saying praying to allah or to buddha is the same as praying to Jesus Christ?

No way.

Free Ramos and Campion instead of the killer of two innocent American girls.

The man is unbelievable but then again, so is Hilary. It's another day in Amerika.

NO MORE DYNASTIES, PLEASE.

148 posted on 10/09/2007 7:24:20 AM PDT by floriduh voter (Terri Ping List: 8mmmauser & I'm 4 DUNCAN HUNTER)
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To: 8mmMauser

So, ya think Fred Thompson knows more about Terri now? If he doesn’t, tomorrow may be his swan song. Even little kids knew about Terri. The entire world knew about Terri. Matthews may not ask a Terri question tonight but if he does, the suspense is killing me...let us know. I will not be watching tonight.


149 posted on 10/09/2007 7:27:07 AM PDT by floriduh voter (Terri Ping List: 8mmmauser & I'm 4 DUNCAN HUNTER)
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To: 8mmMauser
DEBATE TONIGHT: from Fred Thompson Email

The debate will air at 4 PM EST today on CNBC, and will then be rebroadcast at 9 PM EST on MSNBC. Be sure to tell your friends to tune in and watch.

Thank you for your continued support. (fv: it depends on diligence and work ethic imo).

150 posted on 10/09/2007 7:31:43 AM PDT by floriduh voter (Terri Ping List: 8mmmauser & I'm 4 DUNCAN HUNTER)
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