Branstad encourages Palmer graduates ...

Branstad encourages Palmer graduates to dream big

There are 8 comments on the WQAD story from Oct 21, 2011, titled Branstad encourages Palmer graduates to dream big. In it, WQAD reports that:

As more than 100 chiropractic students prepare to graduate from Palmer College on Friday, the economy continues to be challenging.

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Wisdom

Manhasset, NY

#1 Oct 22, 2011
I feel very sorry for these new Palmer graduates. First, they were indoctrinated into a bizarre belief system. that being the crazy and unfounded idea that they can locate and remove illness causing subluxations. Second, that they are NOW saddled with huge student loans that will cause them emotional and financial misery.

They should have read from "chirotalk". they also should have been a little more skeptical and not believed everything they heard form chiropractic "doctors".

At least most of them are young. And if they have some logical thinking abilities left, they will start looking into legitimate fields of study and work.

Please feel free to ask me anything about the chiropractic enterprise. I have twenty + years of intimate knowledge of the inner workings of chiropractic.
Washington Chiro

AOL

#2 Oct 23, 2011
Wisdom wrote:
I feel very sorry for these new Palmer graduates. First, they were indoctrinated into a bizarre belief system. that being the crazy and unfounded idea that they can locate and remove illness causing subluxations. Second, that they are NOW saddled with huge student loans that will cause them emotional and financial misery.
They should have read from "chirotalk". they also should have been a little more skeptical and not believed everything they heard form chiropractic "doctors".
At least most of them are young. And if they have some logical thinking abilities left, they will start looking into legitimate fields of study and work.
Please feel free to ask me anything about the chiropractic enterprise. I have twenty + years of intimate knowledge of the inner workings of chiropractic.
Yet more profanity and name calling from the uneducated poster, wisdom. It was expected and typical.
Shemberg

Waterloo, NY

#3 Oct 24, 2011
Funny thing is that "Chirotalk" has 20 active members. In fact you will be hard-pressed to find any chiropractor on the site. No MDs no nothing of credible value.

Wisdoms credentials have been exposed in a poll which indicate that he has no insight of chiropractic care. The man is a promoter of Fallacy. Wisdom please stop spamming every post dealing with chiropractic.
Wisdom

Manhasset, NY

#4 Oct 24, 2011
Glad you are reading chirotalk.

Though why you also post under then name wash chiro, shemmie, fraud and aerial is beyond me. Wait ... are you a chiropractor?

face it, these Palmer grads are screwed.
Washington Chiro

AOL

#5 Oct 24, 2011
Yet again, more name calling from wisdom. I'll be jealousy runs in his family.
Wisdom

Manhasset, NY

#6 Oct 24, 2011
ha ha These 100 newly minted chiropractors are now desperate to find employment.

Associateships for chiropractors are hard to come by. And if you can find one, its likely you'll be paid so very little that you could not even pay your student loans, nevermind rent and food and insurance and car payments and save for retirement etc etc.

I know so many chiropractors that have left the field. They face a lifetime of financial and emotional misery.

Remember, students loans don't g away. You cannot go bankrupt from student loans . they will haunt you forever.

Think twice before enrolling into a cult like chiropractic.

face it, a chiropractor like aerial, fraud, and washboy and shemmie (all one person) will be you colleague.

Nuf said.
Washington Chiro

AOL

#7 Oct 24, 2011
Wisdom just lied, and lied big.
Fact: chiropractors are doing better financially than most lawyers.
Wisdom's point is.......sorry, he has no point. He doesn't know what he's talking about.
All the chiropractors I know are doing just fine--making incomes far exceeding the average. That's a fact. Wisdom knows nothing, except that he knows that.
Washington Chiro

AOL

#8 Oct 24, 2011
http://www.activator.com/research/

Proving once again that wisdom has NO clue what he's talking about. Check out the research on Activator in the above link.
Wisdom was NOT aware of Activator research.
He'll say he was in his next comment, "Oh, that, well...." Something like that. Then invent ways to tear it down. Bottom line: There is strong evidence that Activator works. Wisdom, who is not a chiropractor and is not educated in anything, cannot know and does not know. When it comes to chiropractic and neurology, wisdom is an ignoramus.

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