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The health care reform bill approved by the Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee (HELP) would provide federal grants to state and local governments and a "national network of community-based organizations" to "promote healthy living and reduce disparities" and to monitor people's weight, eating, exercise habits and other individual behaviors that affect health at the community level. The language instituting the program, entitled "Community Transformation Grants," is on pages 382-387 of the bill as posted on the committee's Web site.
Senator Chris Dodd (D-Mozilo, Fannie, and Freddie), thinks that ACORN could well be that "community-based organization."
Wonder if open-carry when I answer the door will 'affect the health' of the stooge who rang the doorbell?
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Oh, but "Keep your rosaries off my ovaries" and "My body, my choice" and "Keep your nose out of our bedrooms", right?
They show up at my door, heh. Good luck with that.
Time to pick up some double ought as well.
Actually, #4 shot is the preferred anti-personnel stuff.
But "waste not, want not." Why blast a buncha shot all over the landscape when ONE nicely-placed 9mm/147gr will do the job?
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