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Dr, Conspiracy, I would like to thank you for creating a very factual and well thought out site. I first read about the Birth Certificate issue back in November, and most of the sites I visited posted “facts” with no actual proof behind them. I am not a constitutional law professor, but I could tell some of this stuff was just nonsense. It is very difficult to find a site that isn’t partisan either way, but just looking logically at the issue.
I have lurked here for a while, just thought I would register and send my thanks for clearing up my confusion, and keeping me amused along the way.
Thanks, Zen. This is exactly what Obama Conspiracy Theories is here for, to provide good information while not taking things more seriously than they deserve.
Your opinion? Is it dangerous?
You know, it’s interesting that I managed a Swine Flu vaccination clinic back in the 70’s when I worked for the state health department. It was a great cause of concern when some healthy young marines died of it. The pandemic fears didn’t play out and the epidemic fizzled.
This new flu strain is certainly a cause for concern, but the US Government has spent billions preparing for a pandemic, and we have the capability to do mass immunizations quickly. The career people in DHHS and the CDC are good folks. It’s a serious issue, but I’m not overly worried.