[CS-FSLUG] CDC Chief Admits that Vaccines Trigger Autism! Here ya go, David!

David McGlone david at dmcentral.net
Sun Nov 1 16:54:32 CST 2009

On Sunday 01 November 2009 17:13:18 David McGlone wrote:
> On Sunday 01 November 2009 15:52:58 Fred A. Miller wrote:
> > David McGlone wrote:
> > > On Sunday 01 November 2009 15:06:26 Fred A. Miller wrote:
> > >> Craig Button wrote:
> > >>> I'm sorry I have to step in here.
> > >
> > > <snip>
> > >
> > >> No....there's not enough being spent on autism.
> > >
> > > Exactly!
> > >
> > > I don't want to turn this into a political discussion, but I do want to
> > > say that this is one huge reason I vote democratic a lot of times. I
> > > don't really care about me, I'm fine. It's people like my neighbor with
> > > Autism that needs the help!
> >
> > 'Wish you hadn't done that. :) The TRUTH is, that democrats don't care
> > about you or anyone else. 'Course, a lot of Repubs., that is RINOS,
> > don't either. REAL conservatives do. They also GIVE MORE of their own
> > money to causes like autistic research than demos do. NOT my
> > figures....national statistics.....easily found. The reason for that, by
> > the way, is that a LOT of conservatives are REAL Christians and they
> > give money to worthy projects, unlike liberals.
> I will show you a house bill for autism with 28 Democrats and 1 republican
> on this bill for autism. The 2 sponsors are Democrats.
> There was also A bill in the U.S senate that I had bookmarked and was
> watching it, but when I was cleaning my bookmarks menu I accidentally
> deleted it, and that bill was for funding for autism research and it was
> sponsored by Democrats. I specifically remember this, because the father of
> the 8 year old who I mentioned earlier that has autism is a Republican and
> I specifically showed him that the Democrats where fighting for his son and
> in my opinion he basically is turning his back on his own son.
> We may disagree on our political affiliation, BUT we cannot argue with the
> experience of someone who has been through it.
> In my experience Democrats were more willing to fund programs that helped
> disabled people, handicapped people and people who are unfortunate, take
> for example Regan who has the Americans with disabilities act under his
> belt and I bless him for that, BUT in the early '80's Regan reduced support
> for programs like aid for dependant children, food stamps unemployment
> insurance and low income housing.
> Now when I say this, it doesn't mean I'm all for the welfare state, and I
> know there are no good liars out there that take advantage of the system
> and are perfectly capable of getting a job, but we cannot let those who
> defy obeying the laws, and find every loophole possible to hurt the ones
> who need it the most.
> Anyway, here is an article from my local newspaper along with the bill that
> was passed in the Ohio House. I'm happy that this bill passed even if it
> means raising my taxes a dollar or two. I don't care about the money, I
> care about the people!
> http://www.dispatchpolitics.com/live/content/local_news/stories/2009/04/02/
> http://www.legislature.state.oh.us/bills.cfm?ID=128_HB_8
> To amend section 1739.05 and to enact sections 1751.68 and 3923.84 of the
> Revised Code to prohibit health insurers from excluding coverage for
> specified services for individuals diagnosed with an autism spectrum
> disorder.

I want to extend this and show you just how many democratic sponsored bills 
are out there for autism

1. H.R. 2413: Autism Treatment Acceleration Act of 2009
Introduce by Michael Doyle Democrat, cosponsored by 67 others, only and 
handful are republicans.

To provide for enhanced treatment, support, services, and research for 
individuals with autism spectrum disorders and their families.


2. S. 819: Autism Treatment Acceleration Act of 2009
Introduced by Richard Durbin Democrat, cosponsored by 21 others only 1 


3. S. 706: Helping HANDS for Autism Act of 2009
Introduced Robert Menéndez [D-NJ]
A bill to increase housing, awareness, and navigation demonstration services 
(HANDS) for individuals with autism spectrum disorders.

3. H. Con. Res. 96: Recognizing the importance of autism awareness, supporting 
efforts to increase funding for research into the causes and treatment of 
autism and to improve training and support for individuals with autism and 
those who care for individuals with autism.

introduced by Michael Doyle Democrat cosponsored  6 others 4 dems, 2 repubs


4. S. 1169: Kirsten Gillibrand [D-NY] A bill to amend title 10, United States 
Code, to provide for the treatment of autism under TRICARE

7 cosponsors only 2 repubs.


I can go on and on, but I think this shows enough.

David M.

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