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To: xzins
Is AIDS were treated as it should have been - akin to TYPHOID - it would only be a footnote in our medical histories.

But NO! It was politically correct, so now we have untold millions in an attempt to spread this as far as they can to KILL as many moral people as possible.

That is the only logical explanation of this happening.

Maybe AIDS & SARS are the methods of popuplation control alluded to in the "Georgia Monoliths"???
3 posted on 10/02/2003 10:51:59 AM PDT by steplock (www.FOCUS.GOHOTSPRINGS.com)
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To: steplock
so now we have untold millions in an attempt to spread this as far as they can to KILL as many moral people as possible.

I don't know about that. The majority of AIDS is still being spread by unprotected ass piracy and usage of needles for drug usage...hardly what I'd call "moral people". But I DO agree with your main (and most important) point: That political correctness re:AIDS has actually killed more people than it's helped. I'm all for mandatory testing of pregnant mothers and blood testing as part of marriage licensing (it wasn't part of my blood test in GA in 1997). Any positive results should be made known to the CDC (or a similar body) to keep track of these infected people, and potential quarantining of the infected should occur. Holler at me at how unfair that might be and how it is a violation of their "rights"....but we'd wipe out AIDS in 10 years without costly AIDS research (money that SHOULD be used for breast cancer research, as women who do nothing immoral or unhealthy still catch this sh*tty disease). But Noooooooooo....all the heroin addicts and anal-sex-lovers have their almighty "rights" (BARF). And people continue to contract and die from AIDS. Everyone practice safe sex, blood test your sex partners, and refrain from using needles for your fixes and AIDS won't be a factor in your life.
4 posted on 10/02/2003 11:41:50 AM PDT by Blzbba
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