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mynameis - January 16, 2008 05:09 PM (GMT)

tower - January 16, 2008 05:59 PM (GMT)
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He also lists all major existing conspiracy theories in his report 'Outrageous Conspiracy Theories: Popular and Official Responses to 9/11 in Germany and the United States'.

HOW DARE I QUESTION THE OFFICIAL STORY?!

alive and still talking - January 17, 2008 01:17 AM (GMT)
many psychologists should be under observation.

If they had normal lives, they would not be trying to make money, based on the narrow-minded study and control of human behavior. instead, they would be out trying to make an honest living.

human behavior has been around as long as man has been around. nothing is going to change, except the new arrival of psychiatric medicine.

it's just another money-grubbing effigy created by a society that is based on profit by shingle at the expense and suffering of others.

the day our illustrious politicians approved funding to give these guys a free ride tapping medicaid and medicaire, they created a monster that is growing day-by-day.

those unfit to practice will have helpless numbers herded to them to prey on.
they are reaping $150-250 per visit compliments of the taxpaying public. those who go to them willingly are looking for a free ride to, falsely claiming emotional problems so they can sponge off the govt and not have to work.

no checks and balances will be in place to regulate their fitness to practice, while they are create a whole new crop of welfare cases who will never have to lift a hand and work again, ever. everything will be handed to them on a silver platter.

many who go into practice just graduated, and have absolutely no life experience of their own, and yet profess to have the ability to understand what makes everybody tick, a very dangerous and volatile combination.

If I could be president, that would be the first thing I would abolish, those who are too lazy to work, giving a lifetime free ride to others who are too lazy to work.

p.s. those street urchins who come in looking for psychotropic drugs always get what they are looking for. nobody says anything because the cattle drive supports the county hospital system that is sponging off the federal program, which supports the entire fiasco.

and they wonder why this country is going to hell :)

Start a career in the medical communty and you will see a lot of things.

mynameis - January 17, 2008 02:23 AM (GMT)




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