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gov prepares for unwillingness to follow orders

Discussion in 'Freedom and Liberty' started by Tango3, Aug 11, 2009.

  1. Tango3

    Tango3 Aimless wanderer

  2. Brokor

    Brokor Live Free or Cry Moderator Site Supporter+++ Founding Member

    Good find.
  3. MinTX

    MinTX lostinaustin

    Holy crap!

    This is about to get really ugly, folks!
  4. Tracy

    Tracy Insatiably Curious Moderator Founding Member

    I don't think it is.

    I think that - in time - more people will contract, and overcome, the swine flu. For instance, a [not so] local university had over 2,000 cases of swine flu within the first few days of opening. Most people said it was a harsh flu, but 3 days of misery and it was over. Ta da!

    As long as people use common sense (wash hands, rest, don't infect others), which we're getting plenty of reminders to do right now, I don't see this as being the horrific event that everyone was expecting.
  5. E.L.

    E.L. Moderator of Lead Moderator Emeritus Founding Member

    We just received e-mail request for all kinds of personal contact information from the agency, just in case they cannot get in touch with us..........[peep]
    Thankfully they don't know my bug-out location.
  6. CRC

    CRC Survivor of Tidal Waves | RIP 7-24-2015 Moderator Emeritus Founding Member

    I agree, Tracy....One of my high school friends daughter got it right after school started. And yes, it was "Swine Flu" confirmed at MUSC in Charleston....

    3 and 1/2 days in bed, and she was back to school in 5 ....Sick, achy, fever....and then back to normal in under 4 days......Of course, she's young...17. And in good health....

    but that holds for any flu, cold, whatever....The older you are, the worse it's gonna be.....and I'll still get my regular flu shot this week.....I know a lot of y'all don't. I do. Never had the flu since I was a teen....and I never had any reaction to the shot....I also get the pneumonia shot...and it's time for that this year.
  7. Tango3

    Tango3 Aimless wanderer

    Tracy; (and you know how much I hate to be cynical!) but this gov is so far removed from reality, I don't think what actually happens has alot of bearing on their plans and reactions. We hear# of "cases" of swine flu and how many deaths in the U.S.???? No where near enough to mandate national guard checkpoints , involuntary vaccination and quarantines....[peep]
  8. MinTX

    MinTX lostinaustin

    I believe they are looking for an EXCUSE, regardless of how mild it may be!
  9. E.L.

    E.L. Moderator of Lead Moderator Emeritus Founding Member

    Amen sister.
  10. Minuteman

    Minuteman Chaplain Moderator Founding Member

    My Mom sent me this yesterday. Baptist is one of the largest hospitols in our capitol city.

    Got this from a friend of mine. He checks out scam messages so I tend to believe it. Don't know for sure.

    They had a meeting this morning on the H1N1 vaccination, and the doctors
    at Baptist are advising that their staff and patients */_NOT_/* get this
    vaccination. They have had several reports of people getting
    Guillain-Barre Syndrome. They are also concerned about how fast this
    vaccination has been developed and the lack of testing that has been
    done concerning this vaccination. In fact one nurse at Baptist, has a
    son that took the vaccination and has developed Guillain-Barre’s.

    (Guillain-Barré syndrome is a disorder in which the body's immune system
    attacks part of the peripheral nervous system. The first symptoms of
    this disorder include varying degrees of weakness or tingling sensations
    in the legs. In many instances the weakness and abnormal sensations
    spread to the arms and upper body. These symptoms can increase in
    intensity until certain muscles cannot be used at all and, when severe,
    the patient is almost totally paralyzed. In these cases the disorder is
    life threatening - potentially interfering with breathing and, at times,
    with blood pressure or heart rate - and is considered a medical
    emergency. Such a patient is often put on a respirator to assist with
    breathing and is watched closely for problems such as an abnormal heart
    beat, infections, blood clots, and high or low blood pressure. Most
    patients, however, recover from even the most severe cases of
    Guillain-Barré syndrome, although some continue to have a certain degree
    of weakness. )
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