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To: Blzbba

cost me FAR more money that these assclown buttpirates have.

Citizens Against Government Waste Since the first federal resources were made available to state and local health agencies for AIDS prevention in 1985, federal funding, which now includes money for research, treatment, and housing, has skyrocketed to $13 billion for fiscal 2003. As a result of the work of highly mobilized lobbying forces, more is spent per patient on AIDS than on any other disease, though it does not even currently rank among the top 15 causes of death in the United States. In one year, 1998, heart disease, the nation's leading cause of death, killed 724,859 Americans only 6.8 percent less than the 774,767 who have contracted AIDS in the last 20 years.2 Of those 774,767 total AIDS cases, 462,766 have died. During that same period, 14 million Americans 30 times more have died of heart disease.

48 posted on 05/28/2003 6:37:02 AM PDT by Remedy
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To: Remedy
See my post http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/918417/posts?page=11#11 and a coupla others in that thread..

AIDS research is a waste of money, since this disease could be eradicated in a generation thru simple human altering of risky sex.

Sadly, now lots of hetero women are getting it from crossover pillow biters, who should be strung up. Hell, they'd probably enjoy that, though.

Meanwhile, women continue to get diagnosed with breast cancer that they acquire thru no unhealthy "lifestyle choices" - where's the outrage at this? (not from you - I know you're in agreement! :) )
49 posted on 05/28/2003 7:18:07 AM PDT by Blzbba
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