Perry back tracks on HPV state mandate

Sep 17, 2011 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: KCEN

Four years ago, Gov. Rick Perry put aside his social conservative bona fides and signed an order requiring Texas girls to be vaccinated against HPV.

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Outta Luck wrote:
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HE PUT THE FAMILY DOG ON THE ROOF OF THE CAR AND DROVE TO CANADA.
AT THE VERY LEAST ROMNEY IS A DOUCHE
His state has the same kind of plan as Obamacare. He opposes it simply because his puppet masters tell him to. The only republican with balls in the whole federal government is the one who will come out and say Obamacare will not destroy America.
Why do no republicans speak out against the party?
Did any members of the Third Reight survive having an opinion?
The republican party is run like a Nazi encampment.
OMG The dog thing again??? How long ago was that???? Funny how the best you can start with is something that is totally irrelevant to this post. Romney has nothing to do with Perry and the HPV mandate. I love it when people attempt to deflect from the original topic. LMAO

Like I said, proof, a link, an article, anything at least in writing from another site besides this one, real or not. Try, do your best, don't just change the subject.

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Vaccines Maim Kill wrote:
<quoted text> Another area you suck at.
ROTFLMAO Lame, lame, lame, but thanks for playing along.

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"By September 1994, with Mr. Kennedy tied up in Washington working on President Bill Clinton’s health care bill, polls were showing a tight race. Alarmed, the Kennedy campaign sent a video crew to Indiana to interview factory workers who had been laid off by Ampad, a paper products company that had been acquired by Bain Capital.
The resulting advertisements featuring struggling, angry workers sent Mr. Romney’s ratings, and his confidence, sliding.“He looked like someone who had seen a ghost,” said Joseph Malone, a Republican and former Massachusetts state treasurer, who ran into Mr. Romney soon after the commercials ran.
Those commercials are still having an effect on Mr. Romney today.“They seeded the public perception of him as a takeover artist who made his money stripping companies and firing people,” said Robert Shrum, the Kennedy strategist who produced them.
Mr. Kennedy’s strong debate performance in late October in Faneuil Hall also caught Mr. Romney off guard. On Election Day, Mr. Romney lost, 58 percent to 41 percent. Later, over dinner with Mr. Malone, he lamented that he had failed to define himself."
Chief Justice Roberts! Thank you George Bush
And all your ranting has WHAT to do with the topic? I doubt Perry consulted with Romney before implementing the HPV vaccine. I guess if you don't have anything to contribute on a particular subject IT IS best to just post whatever you want. LMAO NOT!!!!

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And all your ranting has WHAT to do with the topic? I doubt Perry consulted with Romney before implementing the HPV vaccine. I guess if you don't have anything to contribute on a particular subject IT IS best to just post whatever you want. LMAO NOT!!!!
Perry HPV Mandate-?

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Indiana factory workers grill Romney

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CBS Reports Pentagon
Cannot Account for $2.3 Trillion

"'According to some estimates we cannot track $2.3 trillion in transactions,' Rumsfeld admitted.$2.3 trillion — that's $8,000 for every man, woman and child in America."

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But the truth is, Paul said, they're the same party.
"We don’t have a good democratic process," Paul said. "What happens if you come to the conclusion, as millions of Americans have, these parties aren’t different, they’re all the same. The monetary policy stays the same. The welfare system stays the same. The foreign policy stays the same. They get pretty disgusted. There is but one party."
It's very difficult to watch how the changing of American presidents has almost no effect on most of this country's policies and not think that Paul is right.
BUT their social rights policy is not Dr.Paul and that why Im center-left..

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Basic prescription drug coverage
Beginning in 2006, a prescription drug benefit, called Medicare Part D, was made available. Coverage is available only through insurance companies and HMOs and is voluntary.
Benefit: Enrollees paid the following initial costs for the initial benefits described herein. A minimum monthly premium of $24.80 (premiums may vary), a $180 to $265 annual deductible, 25%(or approximate flat copay) of full drug costs up to $2,400. After this initial coverage limit is met a period commonly referred to as the "Donut Hole" begins where an enrollee may be responsible for the insurance company's negotiated price of the drug which is less than the retail price without insurance. This was modified by later statutes.
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"the starbucks coffee is missing"

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