STEALTH RTDS

stealth_rtdsArticle by Richard Goode.

Syndicated from Eternal Vigilance.

EDITOR’S NOTE: Mr. Goode is a Transegoist sympathizer; not a Transegoist — our syndication of his article does not indicate that he endorses the Transegoist philosophy.

I tried Boundary Road Brewery’s Sticky Wicket manuka honey lager, and it tastes like fizzy manuka honey.

I tried Boundary Road Brewery’s Chocolate Moose chocolate porter, and it tastes like fizzy chocolate syrup.

These are not craft beers for the discerning adult palate, they’re alcoholic soft drinks for children. Notwithstanding that Boundary Road Brewery does make some half-decent beers (I already rated the Bouncing Czech pilsener, and the Mumbo Jumbo IPA is currently my preferred beer in its price range), I’m disappointed.

I suppose that if beer-flavored lemonade is your thing, you can’t go past the Lawn Ranger lemon and lime infused lager, but otherwise I wish BRB would stick to making actual beer.

EDITOR’S NOTE: This post has inspired a spirited debate on it’s original site.

OBAMA-CARE DEATH PANELS WILL TARGET CIGARETTE SMOKERS

smokerArticle by Turner Bird Cox.

Syndicated from Thin Red Line News.

Cigarette smokers will have to pay much higher premiums for health care under the Affordable Health Care for America Act (a.k.a., «Obama-Care»), and may become the main focus of Obama-Care’s «End of Life Care Panels» (a.k.a., «Death Panels») to put a majority of smokers on anti-depressants or SSRIs.  First, cigarette smokers will be given higher Obama-Care premiums which will give the doctor an opportunity to prescribe anti-depressants or SSRIs.  Anti-Depressants or SSRIs change the chemistry of your brain and can have side-effects if you stop taking them. The idea is to never take them.

The questions are, how many cigarette smokers will quit and how many seek medical help, and how many cigarette smokers will resort to anti-depressants as they quit smoking? The FDA has developed an acronym called (SAD), or «Seasonal Affective Disorder,» and now prescribe anti-depressants for people experiencing depression when the seasons change. The FDA is looking for any way possible to prescribe every person an anti-depressant.

Furthermore, cigarette smokers will have to prove that they have quit smoking.  A simple hair test can show signs of smoking up to 90 days; in some cases as much as up to a year.

Finally, you cannot own a gun because you have used anti-depressants and are mentally unstable. Obama-Care will apply the same concepts to any «unhealthy» item such as soda, alcohol, and marijuana.  The government will tell you what you can and can’t eat while forcing you to pay for it.