Originally Posted by blucher
I can't blame anyone from reaching for back pain relief. An epoxy vertebrae saved my back. I am concerned about this part because there are a rash of shysters bilking people with phony stem cell injections.
That was the main point made in the article--I scanned quickly, but there were 5/6 paragraphs pertaining to that.
Maybe it won't make CNN's scrutiny. If George Bush or Obama had done this, particularly while in office--there would be outrage of some kind.
I could never get into the birth certificate/citizenship issue I know that.
When the tide turned and GW became the personification of evil--I couldn't get into that either.
It was so strange--in the conservative forums--Jimmy Carter was reviled--maybe deservingly I can't say--he didn't have an outstanding record as POTUS and I don't understand some of his ideas. My mother reveres him, we live in Atlanta and some people feel that way--he is a Christian --my family reveres FDR--he helped the farmers' during the Depression--that is what they say. Still say it--will always say it.
Bush's religious beliefs didn't register with them--he was a Republican. The world ended for my family when Obama was elected--I will not try to explain.
If politics was ever mentioned after Clinton--the discussion concluded rather quickly. They certainly cannot and will not condone immoral conduct. Then the matter of Hillary---no, they didn't like her. The Clinton's were lacking in religious virtue.
No one would care about the back problem treatment. Some don't trust doctors---they might be concerned about his mental capabilities for resorting to such an untested method. I don't want to find out.