Sunday, November 1, 2009

H1N1 Vaccinations To Be Offered To Guantanamo Bay Detainees

H1N1 Vaccinations To Be Offered To Guantanamo Bay Detainees

Sometimes glancing at reader's comments following an article make more sense that the actual story itself. With so many opinions offered from far reaches of the world and country, is it not practical to get a clearer picture by going there for logical, common sense insight.

For those of you choosing not to read all 156 comments, as of this writing, here are two randomly selected which, in my judgment sum up, just how disgusted people are in this country with their government:

Posted by: lone momma Location: CA on Oct 31, 2009 at 12:18 PM "This is dangerously wrong. So many children are at risk with compromised immune systems, transplants and other ailments. We can't even get H1N1 shots for these kids in the US - who is doing the prioritizing here? Folks - this is just a taste of our future under a government managed health care program. " **********************************************
Posted by: Lauren Location: Traverse City, MI on Oct 31, 2009 at 12:08 PM
"So, my 11-month old can't get the vaccine yet because the supply isn't available, but some detainees in a remote prison are getting it... I agree - how in the world can they be considered high risk when they are not having contact with anyone who has it???"

Seems to me, the only visitors heading into that Gitmo complex would be bleeding heart ACLU attorneys (hoping for a windfall, and possibly 15 minutes of fame). Also a 'must show,' Health and Human Services Secretary, Kathleen Sebelius.

That, if you haven't guessed, is Madame Secretary demonstrating the proper method of sneezing during these pandemic times.

Isn't it in a Nanny State!

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