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Warned weeks ago by the Fed, H1N1 vaccine is short. The first demographic excluded was senior citizens, normally near the front of the line. Sounds like rationing and policy wonks deciding who gets care.

Govt fuckups and redtape are in full effect, creating delays. HHS Secretary Kathlene Sebelius says 10% of taxpayer purchased shots are being donated to other nations before US demand is filled.

Obamacare is providing swine flu vaccine to illegal aliens before they get here.

Paraphrased from the editorial page of The Waterbury Republican-American, 10/29/09

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Warned weeks ago by the Fed, H1N1 vaccine is short. The first demographic excluded was senior citizens, normally near the front of the line. Sounds like rationing and policy wonks deciding who gets c

I am on the front of this. My fiance treats kids at her hospital with the flu and H1N1. They are NOT giving the shots to kids or ages between 10 and 29, health care employees (such as my fiance) a

OK which one of you LADIES gave me a -1? NOBODY GIVES ME A MINUS ONE, NOBODY... I think that might be my first one! cool! Keep believing everything in DC is OK, and the right people are run

In the case of H1N1 the elderly are not the highest risk group. That is probably why they are not getting it. It isn't some government plot to kill off the old folks so nobody finds out that your government pensions have been pillaged. Wouldn't be a bad idea though - just not the case with this one.

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I am on the front of this. My fiance treats kids at her hospital with the flu and H1N1.

They are NOT giving the shots to kids or ages between 10 and 29, health care employees (such as my fiance) and pregnant women which are the most vulnerable to the virus.

The govt and state gov are setting up clinics where people are camping out to get the H1N1 shot... even though they are not the most at "risk".

It is all f-ed up and this is just a preview of what National Health Care will be horrible planned.

oh and by the way... Hawaii broke after national healthcare

just a matter of time before she gets it and then me.

and where did you see that illegals are getting it first?

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h1n1 is a damn joke.

both my girlfriend's and best friend's schools have / had confirmed cases, and they sent both students home after about a week.

nobody else got it... shocker.

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Have you seen the actual data about how many confirmed cases there actually have been? I wouldn't worry too much.

Yes, would you like to know how many she sees every night she goes to work?

Out of the 50 beds they have... 30 have H1N1

kthxbye

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They might have the flu but US states aren't even testing to confirm that it is H1N1 and haven't been for months. ALL variations of the flu and flu like symptoms are being labeled as confirmed H1N1. My wife is a doctor and I have been following this very closely.

CBS did some research into how accurate the #s were a while ago.

http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2009/10/21/cbsnews_investigates/main5404829.shtml

I'm not saying H1N1 doesn't exist because it does. It just isn't anywhere near as prevalent as the media is making it out to be. It shouldn't come as a surprise to you that most US media outlets do their utmost to turn everything into a big deal and keep people on the end of their seats.

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They might have the flu but US states aren't even testing to confirm that it is H1N1 and haven't been for months. ALL variations of the flu and flu like symptoms are being labeled as confirmed H1N1. My wife is a doctor and I have been following this very closely.

It shouldn't come as a surprise to you that most US media outlets do their utmost to turn everything into a big deal and keep people on the end of their seats.

I agree, Its distraction, they've been doing it to us for years. CDC got really upset last spring when people didn't take their warnings seriously enough.

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They might have the flu but US states aren't even testing to confirm that it is H1N1 and haven't been for months. ALL variations of the flu and flu like symptoms are being labeled as confirmed H1N1. My wife is a doctor and I have been following this very closely.

CBS did some research into how accurate the #s were a while ago.

http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2009/10/21/cbsnews_investigates/main5404829.shtml

I'm not saying H1N1 doesn't exist because it does. It just isn't anywhere near as prevalent as the media is making it out to be. It shouldn't come as a surprise to you that most US media outlets do their utmost to turn everything into a big deal and keep people on the end of their seats.

What is she a Dr of?

lol, DRs do no work... they just listen and write prescriptions

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