Originally posted by xynephadyn
My biggest concern with Ron Paul is his stance on social health care and social security, meaning the lack there of. I am disabled by multiple
sclerosis and cannot work. I have been fighting for Disability for the past 5 years. The day I get it will be the best miracle of my life. For
those like me who can't work and NEED Disability, what would happen to us?
Not to thread jack but this stands out to me, I was well on my way to be paraplegic by the good graces and excellent dental care of the federal
government, ( father worked for them ) I was provided with a mouth full of high amalgam fillings at age 17 and became unable to walk before i turned
18. The bed sheets were too painful to have over my toes, couldn't get the milk out of the fridge due to intense pain. The health care was gracious
and expedient in their desire to inject cortisone and gold into my joints and provide me with an abundance of pharmaceuticals for pain, swelling and
other experimental purposes. Amazingly, at 21 a nutritionist recognized some features of my condition and asked to look in my mercury filled mouth. He
told me to go have them removed and I did. The symptoms went away almost immediately and I was able to return to a normal life. I am now 48 and the
consequences of this experience are firmly planted in my mind.
I know that everyone is different and has different tolerances to foreign substances and I may be one of a few with a low tolerance to mercury
but..... I do believe my kids have lost IQ points after vaccinations that contain mercury. I also now of quite a few people that have jumped up out of
their wheelchairs (MS included) after it has been purged from their body.
In my opinion, Health Care, be it Dental, Medical or Eye has created a dogma that we have been conditioned to accept and it is our responsibility to
personally research claims and do the things that work. I guess you/we could plead for more but, more of what? Lies, experiments, huge monetary
advancements for them?
You, my friend need to weigh the consequences of a federal care plan very carefully as they do not have you in their best interest.