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To: Carolyn who wrote (7795)3/29/2012 12:03:43 PM
From: joseffy
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Kagan was representing Obama in all the petitions to prove his citizenship. Now she may help rule on them.

Chicago Politics and the beat goes on and on and on.

Now we know why Obama nominated Elana Kagan for the Supreme Court.

Pull up the Supreme Courts website, go to the docket and search for Obama. She was the Solicitor General for all the suits against him filed with the Supreme Court to show proof of natural born citizenship. He owed her big time. All of the requests were denied of course. They were never heard.

Here are some websites of the Supreme Court Docket: You can look up some of these hearings and guess what?

Elana Kagan is the attorney representing Obama!

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To: joseffy who wrote (7796)3/29/2012 12:07:05 PM
From: Carolyn
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I'm not. Obama is a thug a la Chicago.

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To: joseffy who wrote (7797)3/29/2012 12:07:58 PM
From: Carolyn
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The entire black community should be discussing black-on-black crime. That is shameful and they shouldn't accept that.

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To: Carolyn who wrote (7800)3/29/2012 12:22:42 PM
From: joseffy
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Latest Photo unearthed of the left's "innocent" Trayvon Martin

The Daily Caller has identified a second Twitter handle that was used by the late Trayvon Martin during the last weeks of 2011.

Tweeting in December under the name “T33ZY TAUGHT M3,” Martin sent a message that read, “Plzz shoot da #mf dat lied 2 u!”

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To: ManyMoose who wrote (7793)3/29/2012 12:28:40 PM
From: joseffy
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Obama's son--new photo unearthed:

Latest Photo unearthed of the left's "innocent" Trayvon Martin

The Daily Caller has identified a second Twitter handle that was used by the late Trayvon Martin during the last weeks of 2011.

Tweeting in December under the name “T33ZY TAUGHT M3,” Martin sent a message that read, “Plzz shoot da #mf dat lied 2 u!”

credit to FUBHO

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To: ManyMoose who wrote (7788)3/29/2012 12:54:28 PM
From: TimF
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Apparently DC doesn't like the fact that it had to cave to Heller, so why it has to let you own a gun, it tries to create as much of a hassle for you as possible.


MILLER: Buying ammunition in D.C.
By Emily Miller

February 27, 2012, 10:51PM

In Washington, D.C., it is illegal to posses ammunition if you don’t have a gun registered. It is also unlawful to have ammo that is not in the same caliber or gauge as your legal gun. The penalty for holding a round of the wrong caliber is up to a year in jail -- as stiff as the punishment for illegal gun possession.

meSo I was very careful not to buy ammunition before I had my legally registered gun at home. Although I wondered about the purpose of the law. What’s the worst I could do with ammo, but no gun? Throw it hard and knock a tooth out?

After I became a gun owner, I needed to find a place to buy a box of 9mm for my gun. The restrictions in the District are strict, but the D.C. gun registry office staff make it more difficult. As I learned, the police who staff the office and are tasked with explaining the gun laws to residents just invent laws that don’t exist.

My search started with consulting my well-worn registration packet for the laws. The first two restrictions were clear. A bullet that is capable of penetrating more than 18 layers of Kevlar is prohibited. Of all the gun-control laws, this one has the highest penalty of 10 years in jail.

Also banned are “large capacity ammunition feeding devices,” which means anything that has a magazine of more then 10 rounds. My Sig Sauer came from the factory with a 13-round mag, so I had to have my dealer swap it out for a 10-round one before transferring it to the District. I don’t understand how forcing law-abiding citizens go to the added expense of buying the different mags to prevent loading three extra cartridges makes the city any safer.


The guide says the sale and transfer of ammo is prohibited unless the seller is a licensed firearms dealer. Well, there’s only one legal gun dealer in the District, Charles Sykes, and he doesn’t sell ammo. He just transfers guns. That narrowed my search down significantly.


The registration packet does not mention the possibility of ordering ammo online. When I explored that route, I found many big retailers don’t ship to the District. Cheaper than Dirt’s website won’t let you order from a D.C. address, nor will Bud’s Gun Shop. Midway USA does not show any restrictions on its site, but I called customer service and was told they don’t ship ammo to the District.

Appropriately named Ammoman says on its home page that it does not ship to Alaska, Hawaii, Massachusetts or New Jersey. I called and was informed that Washington is also on their no-sell list. Bass Pro’s site says it does not ship to D.C., Illinois, Massachusetts, New Jersey and New York City. Cabelas and Sportman Guide also don’t sell to these places.

It’s not against the law for retailers to send ammunition through the mail to D.C. residents, but it seems these stores are all afraid of running afoul of the jurisdictions with the stiffest gun-control laws.


I brought my questions to the D.C. firearms registry office at Metropolitan Police Department. Officer Harper, who I’d last seen after he returned my gun to me from the required ballistics test, answered the phone. I asked him where I can legally get ammo.

“Any licensed gun store or dealer,” he told me, not needing to state the obvious that these options were both outside the District.

targetSo I can go to any gun store in Maryland or Virginia?

“The only thing you need to take with you is your registration certificate and driver's license,” he said. I assumed he was referring to the transportation issues, but I found out later that I was wrong.

As far as cost of the ammunition, I’d heard from friends that the cheapest were online stores, but that was not possible for me. I’d been told that the second best prices were from retailers like Wal-Mart. Gun stores and shooting ranges had the highest prices.

Legally, I can only take my gun out of my home when I’m transporting it directly to or from “hunting, shooting at practice range, etc.” So I asked Officer Harper, how can I legally go to a store and buy ammunition before going to shoot?

“The only time you should be be separated from your weapon is in your home. Once you put it in your vehicle, you shouldn’t be leaving your vehicle,” he told me.

Well then, how do I go into a store to buy ammo?

“As far as going to purchase ammunition, if it were me, I wouldn't care what the law was in that state, as far as leaving my weapon in the vehicle, because to me, that’s crazy,” he said.

So should I bring the gun in the box with me into the store?

“That’s your option if that’s what you want to do. That’s a whole lotta carrying around a weapon that someone could snatch out of your hand while you’re going to the gun store,” he said. I hadn’t worried about getting robbed before he said this.


Officer Harper’s job is to give the public accurate information about gun laws. You would think he’d be familiar with the nearest state’s basic regulations. But, the rest of this conversation demonstrates that he’s giving out totally inaccurate information as fact to D.C. residents.

registryI asked if there was anything else I should know. He repeated that I should have my D.C. registration certificate handy in the Old Dominion State.

I protested, “No one in Virgina needs to see the registration.”

“If you’re going to purchase ammunition they do,” he replied.

“They do? I didn’t know that,” I said.

“Yes!,” he exclaimed loudly. “You don’t have a Virginia state driver’s license, do you?”

“No. Is that what you need?” I asked, genuinely confused. “I don’t know this, I’ve never done it before.”

“To purchase ammunition, you need a valid registration certificate and you driver’s license in order to prove you’re the person who that weapon is legally registered to,” he explained.

I had a feeling that Virginia wouldn’t care if my gun was registered in D.C. But I couldn’t get a word in edgewise during Officer Harper’s lecture on Virginia's firearms laws.

casing“If I’m a gun dealer, and you come into my shop, and you want to buy ammo, first of all you need to be able to identify yourself,” said Officer Harper, taking on the role of a Virginian shop owner.

“If you show me just your driver’s license, I can't sell you ammo unless you have a valid D.C. registration certificate. If you can show me that, you have a picture of you on there and a picture on your driver’s license, and the license says you live at such and such an address. Everything matches up the way it’s supposed to, then I feel comfortable selling you ammunition. Other than that, you’re not getting ammo from me.”

He paused, then added definitively, “You gotta have the valid registration certificate with you in order to purchase ammunition. Period.”

The police officer wasn’t done with his legal lesson; he wanted to get the gun dealer in trouble with the law too.

“If you go somewhere and they sell you ammunition without that, then there’s a problem,” said Officer Harper. “It’s not necessarily on you. But if you happen to get stopped and you don't have the registration certificate with you, then you shouldn't have the gun or the ammunition.”


I hung up and thought through my options. Then I drove with my gun in a locked box - and no ammo - to Virginia Sharpshooters in Lorton, Virginia. Mike Collins was behind the counter. I signed up for a lane, then said, “And I need a box of 9mm caliber.”

Mr. Collins smiled, “Just say, ‘A box of 9mm’. You don’t need to say ‘caliber.'” He has been working hard to teach me how to “speak like a gun owner.”

“At least I didn’t say a box of ‘bullets’. I just learned that a couple weeks ago,” I said, laughing.


He reached behind him and put a box on the counter.

“Don’t you need to see my driver’s license?” I asked.

“Nope,” he answered.

“What about my gun registration certificate?” I said, holding up the flimsy yellow sheet of paper with my picture on it.

“Nope,” said Mr. Collins, skeptically.

“The D.C. firearms registry office said you need both those things to sell me ammo, or the store will be breaking the law,” I said.

“That’s not true,” he said. “Emily, you don’t need to show me anything to buy ammo.”

Later, I asked Virginia-based firearms lawyers Dan Peterson and Richard Gardiner about the laws described by Officer Harper. They confirmed what Mr. Collins said, that the Virginia dealers do not need to see D.C. identification or registration certificates to sell ammunition. (Although they may ask for identification to confirm that a person is not underage. Clearly Mr. Collins wasn’t mistaking me for a teenager.) They confirmed that the D.C. police were wrong in saying retail stores would be in trouble for not doing these checks .

The attorneys said that there is no law in Virginia against leaving a firearm in a locked box in the car. Officer Harper was wrong about that, too. As for carrying the gun into a gun store, they said that I should be cautious about the open carry laws. If I needed to bring the pistol into a dealer’s store, they said “cased and unloaded” would be the best way to do that.


Mr. Gardiner and Mr. Peterson told me that a D.C. resident driving with the gun in a locked box in the trunk would be fine after crossing the Potomac. Also, a Washingtonian like me driving a SUV would be legal if the gun was in the passenger compartment (my “way back”) as long as it was either secured in a container or compartment or inaccessible to any one in the car.

Before I left target practice at the Sharpshooters range, I carefully saved some rounds in the box. Officer Harper told me that ammunition had to be transported in a separate container than locked gun and out of reach of the passenger seat. I put the ammo in a bag in the way back of my SUV.

I was still concerned about correctly following D.C. laws, but I needed to save a few rounds to take home so that my gun was no longer just an expensive paper weight.

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To: TimF who wrote (7803)3/29/2012 1:03:24 PM
From: joseffy
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Top 10 Reasons Eric Holder Should Not Be Attorney General

Human Events 04/09/2011

Human Events recently editorialized that Eric Holder should have never been confirmed as attorney general and that his priorities are dangerous.

Here are the Top 10 Reasons Eric Holder Should Not Be Attorney General:

1. Wants special rights for Muslims: Holder’s Justice Department filed suit against the Berkeley School District in Illinois for denying a request for a 19-day leave of absence in the middle of the semester by a Muslim computer lab teacher who wanted to make a pilgrimage to Mecca. The Justice Department wants a federal court to grant Safoorah Khan back pay with interest, reinstatement, and award damages “to fully compensate her for pain and suffering” caused by the resignation because the school district forced her “to choose between her job and her faith.”

2. Hostile to Second Amendment: Holder has always been hostile to the Second Amendment, calling for the reinstatement of a ban on assault weapons and joining an amicus brief in D.C. v. Heller urging the Supreme Court to uphold the ban on handguns in Washington, D.C. The National Rifle Association (NRA) said if Heller was upheld, the individual right to keep and bear arms “will not only be infringed, but effectively abolished.”

3. Weak on terror: From his ill-advised attempt to hold September 11 mastermind Khalid Sheikh Mohammed’s trial in Manhattan to his desire to close the facility at Guantanamo Bay housing some of America’s worst enemies, Holder doesn’t have a clue that jihadist terrorists want to destroy this country. At a congressional hearing, he even declined to state that there are radical elements within Islam which contribute to terrorist activity around the world.

4. Arizona immigration suit: Holder’s Justice Department filed suit last summer against Arizona’s tough new immigration law, SB 1070, despite the fact that a huge majority of the state’s residents favor the measure. Holder expressed concerns that the law might lead to racial profiling but admitted in testimony during a House Judiciary Committee hearing that he had not read the law.

5. Refusal to enforce the Defense of Marriage Act: Even though the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) is the law of the land, the Holder Justice Department is refusing to enforce its provisions. The federal law, which defines marriage as a legal union between one man and one woman, passed with overwhelming majorities in Congress, was signed by President Clinton, and is similar to referendum or constitutional amendments passed in 28 states.

6. Opposition to the death penalty: During his 2008 confirmation hearing, Holder told the Senate Judiciary Committee that "I am not a proponent of the death penalty, but I will enforce the law as this Congress gives it to us." Yet on April 5, Federal Judge Nicholas Gagufis ordered prosecutors to obtain a letter from Holder confirming he would seek the death penalty for a cop killer whose fatal sentence was overturned on a technicality. The Brooklyn judge said he needed the letter "in view of the fact that the attorney general failed to exhaust all appeals and abandoned the appeal of the case."

7. Voter intimidation case dropped: The best example of Holder’s double standard on racial issues is the Justice Department’s handling of the New Black Panthers Party voter intimidation case, where two members of the group stood outside a Philadelphia polling area in paramilitary uniforms, shouting racial insults at whites. When asked why Justice dropped the case, Holder told a congressional panel, "When you compare what people endured in the South in the ’60s to try to get the right to vote for African-Americans, to compare what people subjected to that with what happened in Philadelphia … I think does a great disservice to people who put their lives on the line for my people."

8. Civil rights division disarray: Justice Department official J. Christian Adams, who resigned in protest last year, told Congress that the civil rights division is unwilling to prosecute minorities for civil rights violations (see No. 7). Adams also testified that although the division hired dozens of new attorneys, the number of cases has declined, and many of its employees spend their time "playing computer Solitaire, watching videos, and venting at the lack of activity.”

9. Clemency for terrorists, pardon for fugitive: When Holder served as deputy attorney general in the Clinton administration, he backed the President’s pardoning of fugitive financier Marc Rich, a major Democratic campaign donor. He also advised that Clinton offer clemency to 16 members of the Boricua Popular Army, a Puerto Rican terror group, despite opposition from the FBI, the federal prosecutor, and victims of their violence.

10. "Nation of cowards": During a February 2009 Black History Month speech, Holder called America a “nation of cowards” on race issues. As conservative commentator Michelle Malkin said at the time: "Holder doesn't want an honest dialogue about race. In the Age of Obama, ‘talking enough with each other about race’ means the rest of us shutting up while being subjected to lectures about our insensitivity.”

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To: Carolyn who wrote (7800)3/29/2012 1:15:22 PM
From: joseffy
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Check out this black girl attacking the white girl during the game. This is not a hate crime because the victim was white.

Hate crimes are : White on black, Hispanic on black, white on hispanic. Attacking a white male cannot be a hate crime.

Caught on camera: Teen girl attacked during soccer game

Caught on camera: Teen girl attacked during soccer game
WBTV ^ | Mar 28, 2012 | Chris Dyches

An investigation is underway after video shows a teenage girl being assaulted during a high school soccer match.

The attack happened during a soccer game between Chester High School and Lewisville High School on Monday evening around 5:30 p.m.

The video, which was shot by WBTV's partner CN2 News, shows a player from Lewisville tripping and falling to the ground.

The player, later identified as 18-year-old Annette McCullough who is a senior at Lewisville, then gets off the ground and punches a nearby Chester High school player. The teen victim is then dragged to the ground by her hair, while McCullough continues to punch her in the face, the video shows.

(Excerpt) Read more at ...

Naturally one has to watch the video to see the race of perp and victim.

2 posted on Thursday, March 29, 2012 12:09:51 PM

To: Ironfocus
Now, if a white girl did that to a black girl..Rev Al and Jesse Jackson would both be enroute already..

4 posted on Thursday, March 29, 2012 12:10:19 PM by ken5050

To: Ironfocus
It is RACIST to hold Eric Holder’s people to the same standards of behavior as everyone else.

5 posted on Thursday, March 29, 2012 12:11:15 PM by E. Pluribus Unum

To: Ironfocus
I wonder if any democratic congressman will show up to a session dressed in a soccer uniform to show solidarity?

6 posted on Thursday, March 29, 2012 12:11:54 PM by Right Brother
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To: Ironfocus

If I had a daughter she'd look like.....never mind.

7 posted on Thursday, March 29, 2012 12:13:17 PM by fungoking

To: Ironfocus
yes, the attacker was one of "Holder's people".

8 posted on Thursday, March 29, 2012 12:13:54 PM by Just another Joe

As it’s already been said before, this would be a completely different story if the races were switched.

9 posted on Thursday, March 29, 2012 12:17:26 PM by Marko413

To: Ironfocus
These pathetic kids think since they have Holder and Obama they can get away with anything (and they can)
it will be turned around to make it look like the white girl started everything..

11 posted on Thursday, March 29, 2012 12:24:25 PM by PLD

To: sickoflibs
Just waiting for the obligatory “she is such a sweet girl”and “it was totally out of character” comments by her family, attorney and neighborhood race baiters to come out.

12 posted on Thursday, March 29, 2012 12:31:18 PM by Ironfocus (Unseat the Looter-in-Chief)
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To: Ironfocus
The Social Justice Soccer League.

13 posted on Thursday, March 29, 2012 12:35:04 PM by DTogo

To: Ironfocus
This person needs to be charged with assault and hate crimes.

14 posted on Thursday, March 29, 2012 12:38:08 PM by GeronL

To: Ironfocus
I see no contact until the hair gets grabbed and the punches start. The aggressor simply tripped and seems to have had to find someone to blame. If I were her coach, she’d be off the team.

And I’d probably be out of a job.

16 posted on Thursday, March 29, 2012 12:41:44 PM by muir_redwoods

To: Ironfocus
To me the best part:

After they finally get the maniac to stop, someone (I guess the referee) walks it across the field. As they get to the other side, someone in a blue jacket comes up and puts his arm around it to offer comfort.

“poor little maniac, it’s not your fault”

There are people - of all colors - seriously in need of a brain.

17 posted on Thursday, March 29, 2012 12:48:22 PM by I cannot think of a name
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To: ken5050
It’s going to be one ugly summer ...

18 posted on Thursday, March 29, 2012 12:50:08 PM by maggief

To: Ironfocus
Spike Lee is now tweeting the white girl’s address.

19 posted on Thursday, March 29, 2012 12:52:55 PM by Charles Henrickson

To: Ironfocus
Is it me , but can parents make charges of assault here?

21 posted on Thursday, March 29, 2012 12:55:08 PM by trappedinnj (Missing Something)
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To: Ironfocus
Expect a lot more of this as race baiters fan the flames over the Sir Skittles incident.

Parents: Teach your children to defend themselves!! Sign them up for martial arts or some other form of self defense. Later, like my kids, they can practice at the gun range. It may save their lives.

22 posted on Thursday, March 29, 2012 12:57:34 PM by Bon of Babble

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To: TimF who wrote (7803)3/29/2012 1:42:08 PM
From: ManyMoose
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I went into Walmart and bought two boxes of .45 ACP, two of 9 mm. and a brick of .22s. No questions asked.

It is unconscionable that our nation's capital has become a crime zone of such proportions, not to mention what goes on in congress. They elect a crackhead for Mayor and try to control everybody who wants to protect themselves.

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To: joseffy who wrote (7794)3/29/2012 1:50:01 PM
From: ManyMoose
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Sadly, you may be right.

Social Worker Takes Newborn Away From Mom Over Questioning of Shots

March 29, 2012 by Giacomo

Scott and Jodi Farris were eagerly expecting the birth of their child. They had arranged for a midwife to help in the delivery, but when she went into labor early, the midwife advised them to go the hospital. An ambulance was called to transport Jodi to the hospital, but the baby came faster than anyone planned and was delivered in the ambulance as it arrived in the parking lot of Hershey Medical Center.

Jodi and her little girl were immediately admitted to the hospital where staff members started caring for both mom and baby. Jodi asked the attending nurses about her baby and how it was doing, but they did not answer her. The nurses were about to give the baby an injection when Jodi asked what it was for. None of the nurses would give her a straight answer but just told her that it was good for the baby.

After examining the newborn girl, a doctor informed Jodi that she was a healthy baby and scored a 9 on the APGAR test. Not long after, a second doctor told her that her baby was very sick and that they needed to keep it in the hospital. Then another hospital worker told her that her baby was doing good, but she again was told by another staffer that the baby wasn’t doing well and needed to stay in the hospital for the next 48 to 72 hours. In fact, one of them told Jodi that they were required by state law to keep the baby for at least 48 hours.

The happiest day in Jodi’s life was going from bad to worse when Angelica Lopez-Heagy, a government social worked came into Jodi’s room and announced that she was conducting an investigation. Jodi asked her what the investigation was about and Lopez-Heagy told her that she couldn’t tell her as it was against the law to do so. Having concern over what was going on, Jodi told the social worker that she was not comfortable answering her questions at which she was informed that if she didn’t, the social worker would call the police and they would assume custody of her baby girl.

From the questions Lopez-Heagy asked, Jodi got the impression that the investigation centered on her refusal to give the nurses permission to administer a vitamin K shot to the baby. However, Jodi told her that no one asked her about the shot and had overheard the medical staff confirming that the baby had indeed been given the vitamin K shot.

About this time, Scott Farris left the hospital to return home to care for their other children. Shortly after Scott left, the nurses insisted on giving the baby a Hepatitis B shot and tried to force Jodi to give permission. Jodi asked if there had been any blood tests done to warrant the Hepatitis B shot being administered. When they told her no, she informed them that she wanted blood tests done on her and the baby in order to determine if the shot was necessary or not. The staff told her that the shot was necessary regardless of the tests and insisted she give them permission. Jodi then asked if they could wait until she had a chance to talk to Scott when he came back to the hospital.

As soon as she asked to wait until her husband returned, Lopez-Heagy left the room and called the police. Then she immediately assumed custody of the hours old baby girl. She told Jodi that the baby was either ill or injured, that they were assuming control over the baby and then she gave the nurses permission to administer the Hepatitis B shot to the baby.

But wait, the nightmare is not over.

When the police arrived, they evicted Jodi from her bed and from the hospital because she would not sign the hospital’s ‘safety plan.’ Jodi was escorted out of the hospital and off of hospital property. The only bright spot in her very dark day was that the hospital did give her permission to return every three hours to nurse the baby. In order to do so, Jodi and Scott ended up having to sleep in their car in a nearby Wal-Mart parking lot.

The next morning, there was a hearing and the baby girl was finally returned to her parents.

Michael Farris, chairman of the Home School Legal Defense Association has filed a lawsuit on behalf of the Ferris’s. Michael Farris pointed out that the hospital staff and the social worker repeatedly lied to the parents. There was no law that stated that the hospital was required to keep the baby for at least 48-72 hours, nor was it against the law for the social worker to inform Jodi about the allegations that prompted the investigation. Additionally, Jodi was lied to about the condition of her baby when some staff told her she was healthy and others told her she was quite ill. The custody seizure was also illegal as there was no court order allowing the social worker or hospital staff to take custody. And then you have the issue of the hospital staff giving the baby injections against the will of the parents.

Hershey Medical Center is a state run hospital and is operating under Obamacare guidelines. This is the second such incident in the state of Pennsylvania where medical workers have used Obamacare regulations to overrule the authority of parents and possibly endanger the life of a child.

Earlier this week I wrote about Jacob Stieler who had cancer, was treated and has been cancer free for a year when the state medical personnel insist he undergo a dangerous and possibly cancer causing round of chemo.

Folks, this is Obamacare in action. This is also why we need to be praying in all earnestness that the US Supreme Court rules the entire health bill to be unconstitutional. Congress seems to be unwilling to live up to their promises to repeal it, so we need to turn it over to the Lord and pray that He will intervene before more Jacobs are given treatments that might kill them and more parents experience the horrific events surrounding the birth of a child as the Ferris family did.

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