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Bush Surgeon General Nominee (and Methodist Renewal Leader) Charged with Conflicts of Interest

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posted on Sep, 2 2007 @ 05:20 PM
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Bush Surgeon General Nominee (and Methodist Renewal Leader) Charged with Conflicts of Interest


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Now, an investigation Rev. Andrew J. Weaver, Ph.D. and Lawrence H. McGaughey, Esq., and published at Media Transparency, shows that Holsinger used the sale of a United Methodist Church-owned hospital in Kentucky, as a cash cow for his personal ambitions. It took years of litigation by the church to find out what had happened to its money, only to learn that Holsinger had diverted millions to endow professorships at the Chandler Medical Center at the University of Kentucky where he served
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posted on Sep, 2 2007 @ 05:20 PM
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This man should never have even been thought of as a potential nominee for the position of Surgeon General.

Not only does he have crack pot ideas about treating homosexuals, but now he has also been found to have been stealing (over $5 million) from his own church.

A person who becomes the Surgeon General should have high ethical standards. The Surgeon General is, more or less, America's doctor. Is this the kind of doctor you would trust? Is this the man America wants in charge of its health care system.

There are two kinds of people you can NEVER trust, thieves and liars. You never know when a liar might be lying to you, and you never know when a thief might steal from you.

I hope this puts the final nail in the coffin for his nomination to be Surgeon General!

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