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Archive for August 10th, 2012

America Deserves Better.

President Obama cannot run on his record, so he is committed to tearing down Mitt Romney. His campaign tried to use the tragedy of a woman’s death for political gain. Then, his top campaign aides were caught lying about it. Doesn’t America deserve better than a president who will do anything to stay in power?

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Olympians are sporting kinesio tape at the London 2012 sporting events in various shapes, sizes and colors. Otherwise known as kinesiology tape, it reduces pain by increasing blood flow and encouraging lymphatic drainage. It’s also intended to help the muscle work correctly after an injury.  Dr. Aaron Mares, an assistant professor of orthopedic surgery at UPMC Sports Medicine and associate team physician for the University of Pittsburgh football team states,

It’s cotton tape that has some sort of adhesive that mimics elasticity of the skin,”

If it is an example of the placebo effect who cares, as long as it gives the athlete a competitive edge.

It was developed 30 years ago by Kenso Kase of Japan.

Nothing surprises me in this day and age of sports medicine.

Chiropractors, Kinesiology Tape and the Olympics – A Colorful Combination Click Here

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DNC debuts new the middle class under the bus tour to stalk Mitt Romney’s campaign. The Democratic National Committee is rolling out another bus tour to trail Mitt Romney’s own over the weekend through key battle ground states, harping on the Republican candidate’s economic policies as throwing “the middle class under the bus.”

The Chicago way of politics?

Romney’s Bus Tour Gets Some Unwanted Company Click Here

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Elizabeth Banks in Pro-Obama/Planned Parenthood Ad.  Heavy flow and migraines is her cause and effect for using birth control not the other 5% of Planned Parenthood services such as abortions covered.

Obama is currently attacking Mitt Romney and his war on women health care rights.

Let me sell you a bridge in Brooklyn.

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