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  1. Tom
    August 29, 2013 @ 11:11 am

    We’re getting to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Service. They don’t want this getting out so now they are going to desperate measures to try and block us out.

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  2. jay glenn
    August 29, 2013 @ 4:13 pm

    this is a corporate fascist police state.

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  3. april Barcenas
    August 30, 2013 @ 7:07 pm

    I am so glad we have the Homeland security to protect our taxpayer funded government offices from taxpayers.

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  4. SHARON SANDERS
    August 30, 2013 @ 9:04 pm

    Are we losing every shred of free speech and the ability to disagree with authorities. The conflicts of interest between universities, doctors, pharmaceuticals, hospitals in which everyone scratches everyone’s back leads the public to have very little faith in any wall separating science from science fiction, facts versus convenient outcomes for money, drugs that really help versus off-label uses for profit. Regulators are coming from the same industries they once led. We see these conflicts in every industry.

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  5. Ron Tschudy
    August 31, 2013 @ 12:29 am

    You know you’re doing well in a game when your opponent feels he has to foul you.

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  6. Chatham H. Fprbes Sr.
    August 31, 2013 @ 12:30 am

    This is a constitutional issue. HHS works for President Obama as Chief Executive. Obama is a constitutional scholar. The Police must not break up a peaceable assembly, as guaranteed by the Constitution. All over the country the Police must be schooled intensively in the citizen guarantees of that supreme law of the land. They must refuse to violate its provisions.

    What has been happening in innumerable peaceful assemblies across the nation is illegal disruption, even active assault by police. For example, at U.C. Davis the President of the university ordered the police to pepper spray peaceful students sitting on a campus sidewalk!

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  7. Michael MacPherson
    September 2, 2013 @ 11:15 am

    We have a police state in this country, free speech is gone and our other liberties are being extinguished. Who does the government think pays for federal property? The government acts as if the money to buy government property came out of their pockets, the money that bought government property was paid for with tax money so there fore the taxpayers own government property. The government is playing the we have more guns and there fore more power then you and we do not have to recognize your rights.

    The government thinks it is okay for citizens to have the rights guaranteed in the Constitution and the Bill of rights as long as it does not interfere with the Government. When we elect a politician into office because they told the most convincing lies about serving the public, it is like hitting the lottery for the winner, who gets to entertain Wall Street lobbyist for huge bribes to let big Corporations write their own laws.

    If it does not sink into our heads that Wall Street is running the government and we no longer have a democracy, Then we will not recover and not see democracy in our life time, because we now have a plutocracy. The government is working day and night to totally extinguish the Constitution and the Bill of Rights. During the Iraq war the government gave the use of our troops to the oil companies so they could get Iraq’s oil. The Oil companies are taking control of the properties of hundreds of people for oil drilling and the building of the XL pipe line and the government is not going to tell us that we will not see a single penny or a drop of oil, all the oil from US land is going on the international stock market.

    Either we stop burying our heads in the sand or This country will be no different then the Communist Soviet Union was. This country is set up so that only those who can afford their Constitutional rights and the rights contained in the Bill of Rights to have these rights. If a business, Corporation, the Police or the Government violates your rights, where do you go to get justice? If you cannot afford an attorney to fight for your rights you are out of luck. The country is not set up for the poor and middle class to be able to fight for their Constitutional rights if violated, this is a country for the rich and privileged.

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