That commercial was sponsored by Newsmax---who are Newsmax>>>According to Wikipedia>>
Newsmax Media is a conservative American news media organization who claimed that>>>
On May 26, 2000, Newsmax published an article claiming Hillary Clinton refused to meet with the Gold Star Mothers, a group that supports mothers whose children have died during military service. According to the Gold Star Mothers organization, this was false and "Senator Clinton greeted us graciously on Gold Star Mothers Sunday, 2005." This story was also debunked at other websites and eventually led to a retraction by NewsMax.(But, yet, did that stop Pat Boone from saying>>>" In 2009, Boone stated his belief that Barack Obama is not eligible to serve as the President of the United States. Boone also has stated that Barack Obama is fluent in Arabic and read the Koran in Arabic as a boy.He has also stated that President Obama "hasn’t celebrated any Christian holidays in the White Huose.")---if any one is stupid enough to believe this Bull Shit then I Challenge them to Google-- Holidays in the Obama White House.
A 2005 NewsMax.com report about Senator Rick Santorum of Pennsylvania, claiming he was "teaming up" with rock band U2 for a fund-raiser, gained considerable attention. Santorum had actually purchased 66 tickets to a sold-out show and was reselling these to campaign supporters at $1,000 per seat. The band issued a statement denying it was involved in the practice, saying, "U2 concerts are categorically not fund-raisers for any politician; they are rock concerts for U2 fans."
On August 9, 2007, Newsmax freelance reporter Jim Davis reported that Barack Obama was in attendance on July 22, 2007, during a controversial sermon given by Jeremiah A. Wright, Jr. at Trinity United Church of Christ in South Chicago, Obama's place of worship. The claim that Obama was in attendance for this particular sermon was repeated by Newsmax as fact again on March 16, 2008. A July 22, 2007, speaking schedule for the National Council for La Raza in Miami, Florida, shows Obama as a scheduled speaker for 1:30 pm. Video confirms he attended the conference and spoke during his allotted time. However, Davis later explained that Obama had attended the early morning service at Trinity United at 7:30 a.m., leaving sufficient time for him to travel by private jet to Miami; and the La Raza website confirmed that Obama did not arrive until 1:50 p.m. Eastern time. Newsmax reported receiving confirmation from the Obama campaign that the candidate's private jet did not leave Chicago until 8:50 a.m. A Washington Post fact checker has reported that the issue has not been resolved to his satisfaction one way or the other.
Newsmax claimed that Obama's Vatican ambassador had been rejected several times for being "insufficiently pro-life". The Catholic News Service and Time magazine confirmed on April 9, 2009, that Newsmax's story was false!=A.K.A. BULL SHIT.
Newsmax has a sizable stable of news correspondents and editorialists, including George Will, Kathleen Parker, Lanny Davis, and Alan Dershowitz. Newsmax regulars include Christopher W. Ruddy, David Limbaugh (Rush Limbaugh's younger brother), Ben Stein, Pat Boone ( the senile birther who acts as if he has the right to be judge of anyone--it is 'Christians' like him that give more and more people reason to call them what they are Holy Ghost Filled Pain in the Asses), James Hirsen, John LeBoutillier, Susan Estrich, Dr. Laura Schlessinger and Michael Reagan.
Besides political commentaries, Newsmax publishes The Blaylock Wellness Report in which Dr. Russell Blaylock provides information regarding choices in food, drugs, nutritional supplements and other health remedies, as well as denouncing vaccines, blood pressure medicine, and aluminum cookware. Additional newsletter publications of Newsmax include The High Income Factor, Goldstock Adviser and Financial Intelligence Report, as well as Dr. Brownstein's Natural Way to Health, The Mind Health Report, and the financial news Web site Moneynews.com.
Who is Doctor Baylock, you may be asking--He is>>>Blaylock has been quoted several times in media outlets regarding his position that MSG is toxic to the brain. He also states that the widely used artificial sweetener aspartame is toxic and may be the cause of multiple sclerosis. He has additionally cautioned against heavy use of the artificial sweetener Splenda (sucralose). These positions are not supported by scientific consensus or regulatory bodies, as extensive studies support the safety of aspartame, sucralose, and MSG.
Blaylock has also urged avoidance of the swine flu (H1N1) vaccination, which he claims is more dangerous than the infection itself. In various alternative media outlets, Blaylock has given advice on what he feels an individual should do if faced with mandatory vaccination. Current research indicates that an effective vaccine is a vital tool in protecting the public and that the new H1N1 vaccine is both safe and effective. Advertisements selling the 'Blaylock Wellness Report' at newsmax.com contain claims of additional health dangers, including fluoridated drinking water, fluoridated toothpaste, vaccines, dental amalgam, cholesterol drugs, pesticides, and aluminum cookware.As a person who was born and raised in Fact in an area of Fluoridated drinking water, but had cousins who were not as lucky as myself or my sister, I can say--YES, There Was In Historical Fact A Difference In Our Dental Health--My Sister and I HAD FEWER CAVITIES THAN THEY DID.
The Good News is there are Two sides to this story--do your research carefully there are many So Called Christan Conservative who are Wolves dressed up as Sheep, be very careful to avoid them, some how they act that they have the privilege to lie, cheat and steel.
Better yet, If you have any questions about ObamaCare and have been Blessed, Truly Blessed to have a Democratic Congress person or Senator, contact their office--the truth is out there.
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