May 29, 2010
Consultant haematologist Richard Chasty, who saw Mrs Pathak three days before her death, said she may have survived if diagnosed sooner.And be sure to read the whole thing to find out about the details of her "appropriate" care. Especially if you've got a loved one with a life-threatening disease.
At the hearing in Stoke, coroner Ian Smith ruled that Mrs Pathak died of natural causes. A hospital spokesman said she received ‘appropriate’ care based on her clinical condition.
Hope and Change. Yeah.
May 20, 2010
May 05, 2010
You may not have the right to bear arms or much in the way of free speech over there, but nobody around here has exactly been offering to subsidize The Ace of Spades Lifestyle™ for me:
Their loud and drunken behaviour makes the lives of their neighbours a misery - and it is all being funded by state handouts of £20,000 a year.
Residents are petitioning to have Jane and Lee Houghton, their five youngest children and a grandson evicted.
But with a new bathroom and kitchen on its way, paid for by the council, and a house filled with numerous games consoles, computers and TVs they have no intention of moving.
And Mr Houghton yesterday insisted they need more money.
The 42-year-old is paid £150 a month disability allowance because he has a 'personality disorder' which makes him 'kick off in crowds'. He has not worked since 1999 and says drinking alcohol helps him cope with his condition.
Plus, free health care! W00t!!!
I'm sure the eventual liver transplants will be taken care of, lickety-split.
May 03, 2010
I wish I didn't have to say this but I do. I think what happened in the UK is an abomination. I think that those who believe that I am going to hell have every right to tell me so. The only "gay right" that I want is the right to not have people try to send me to hell for being queer. Telling me I'm going to hell. Fair game. Yelling at me? Fair game. Preaching to me? Fair game. Because, you see, I want the right to yell back. And I will be damned if anyone is going to take away my right to state exactly what I think about, oh, say the Westboro freaks.
I do believe that a great deal of the urge to throw me and others like me out of the conservative movement stems from a belief that we're lying when we say that we don't want to impose these kinds of speech restrictions. The reason I've become more and more outspoken about being queer is to try to counteract those impressions. I also believe this is part of what's behind the huge fight about GOProud being a stealth leftist organization. I do not blame the Religious Right for thinking that what I really want is to take away their religious freedom. There is ample support for such an opinion. It's disheartening to me to have to stand up and state that I don't believe any such thing over and over and over again when I've tried to make my position clear. But I'll do it because someone has to stand athwart saying "no".
So, yeah, I get filled with The Rage at times about the attempts to heave me out of the movement. But I am even more furious at those who actually are trying to criminalize criticism of homosexuality. Stop. Making. Me. Look. Like. A. Fascist. Stop it. You don't speak for me. You are wrong. What you are doing is vile. Stop. It.
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