Tuesday, December 30, 2008

FDA: Admits risk of amalgam (mercury )fillings.

Amalgams are 50% mercury, the most toxic substance on the planet. Mercury symptons are the same as symptons for MS(Multiple Sclerosis).

clipped from www.webmd.com
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FDA: Possible Risk From Dental Fillings

To Settle Lawsuit, FDA Now Says Mercury From Fillings Might Pose Risk to Some

Daniel J. DeNoon
WebMD Health News

June 5, 2008 -- Mercury from amalgam dental fillings may be toxic to
children and developing fetuses, the FDA now admits.

On its web site, the FDA has dropped much of its reassuring language about
dental amalgam. And it's added what amounts to a warning: "Dental amalgams
contain mercury, which may have neurotoxic effects on the nervous systems of
developing children and fetuses."

And there's more. "Pregnant women and persons who
may have a health condition that makes them more sensitive to mercury exposure,
including individuals with existing high levels of mercury bioburden, should
not avoid seeking dental care, but should discuss
options with their health practitioner," the FDA web site now says.

And the federal agency
also agreed to rule -- within one year --
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Root Canals Mercury and Health

Teeth health and body health are related.
clipped from www.flcv.com

Documents that mercury from
amalgam is a cause or major factor in over 30 chronic health conditions
, and summarizes the mechanisms of causality, as
well as
documenting 60,000 clinical cases of recovery or significant
improvement after amalgam replacement

mercury and
other toxic metals are the most common cause of childhood neurological
conditions such as autism, ADD, learning disabilities
Documents the mercury connection to chronic health conditions-
, Lupus,
FS, FM, RA, Parkinson's, Alzheimers,
Depression, Periodontal Conditions, ADD, Autism, Eczema, Psoriasis, etc
Over 50% of root canaled
teeth and wisdom tooth extraction sites have been found to have infection or
necrosis of the jaw bone.
Thyroiditis,  etc. are
primarily caused by mercury from dental amalgam, and replacement of dental
amalgam brings about cure or significant improvement in the majority of
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Sunday, December 21, 2008

Cheney: Senator desrves the F word.

Cheney, first name is Dick. Is this guy losing it or what? I hear he is under indictment. Not that anything will come of it, will it now?

WASHINGTON (CNN) — Vice President Dick Cheney told Fox News' Chris Wallace Sunday that Sen. Patrick Leahy, D-Vermont, deserved it when he launched the f-word at the senator back in 2004.

When asked if he had any second thoughts or embarrassment, Cheney shot back, "No. I thought he merited it at the time" and then laughed.

The encounter during the 2004 presidential campaign, sources said then, was brought on by Leahy's criticism of the vice president over Halliburton Co. Cheney is the former chief executive officer of the oil field services company, and Democrats had suggested he helped win lucrative contracts for his former firm while serving in the Bush administration.

"It was partly that, it was partly also … it had to do with — he is the kind of individual who will make those kinds of charges and then come act as though he's your best friend, and I expressed in no uncertain terms my views of his conduct and walked away," Cheney said at the time.

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$1.6B went to bailed-out bank execs

Cheney, first name Dick, blames Congress for not bailing out Detroit.
Now get to work and pay off those credit cards, if you still have a job that is!
clipped from news.yahoo.com

AP study finds $1.6B went to bailed-out bank execs

Banks that are getting taxpayer bailouts awarded their top executives nearly $1.6 billion in salaries, bonuses, and other benefits last year, an Associated Press analysis reveals.

The total amount given to nearly 600 executives would cover bailout costs for many of the 116 banks that have so far accepted tax dollars to boost their bottom lines.

_Lloyd Blankfein, president and chief executive officer of Goldman Sachs, took home nearly $54 million in compensation last year. The company's top five executives received a total of $242 million.

Like Goldman, Merrill got $10 billion from taxpayers on Oct. 28.

Banks that got bailout funds also paid out millions for home security systems, private chauffeured cars, and club dues. Some banks even paid for financial advisers. Wells Fargo of San Francisco, which took $25 billion in taxpayer bailout money, gave its top executives up to $20,000 each to pay personal financial planners.

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Monday, December 15, 2008

Bush Dodges Shoes on Visit to Iraq

"Son of a shoe"...you can't make this stuff up folks!
Bush Dodges Shoes on Visit to Iraq
clipped from www.nytimes.com

BAGHDAD — Calling someone the “son of a shoe” is one of the worst insults in Iraq. But the lowly shoe and the Iraqi who threw both of his at President Bush, with widely admired aim, were embraced around the Arab world on Monday as symbols of rage at a still unpopular war.

In Saudi Arabia, a newspaper reported that a man had offered $10 million to buy just one of what has almost certainly become the world’s most famous pair of black dress shoes.

A daughter of Col. Muammar el-Qaddafi, the Libyan leader, reportedly awarded the shoe thrower, Muntader al-Zaidi, a 29-year-old journalist, a medal of courage.

In the Baghdad neighborhood of Sadr City, people calling for an immediate American withdrawal removed their footwear and placed the shoes and sandals at the end of long poles, waving them high in the air. And in the southern Iraqi city of Najaf, people threw their shoes at a passing American convoy.

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Dental Amalgam dangers recognized by A.D.A.

Next on the Agenda(for me), clean up of root canals.

WE WIN!!! FDA Must Classify Amalgam!

On June 3, Charlie Brown, chief counsel of Consumers for Dental Choice sent this announcement. It's a great historic victory, but the fight to ban dental mercury now proceeds to the next stage -- getting the FDA to classify it in Class III. This makes it all the more important for us all to submit comments to the FDA docket.
We Win -- FDA Must Classify Mercury Fillings

Dental amalgams contain mercury, which may have neurotoxic effects on the nervous systems of developing children and fetus.

Perfect? No. A 180-degree reversal from FDA's 30-year policy of protecting mercury fillings? Absolutely.
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