From: Van oost Kenneth (email@example.com)
Date: Thu 28 Aug 2003 - 09:39:06 GMT
" Bush' Administration Manipulates Science "
The government of the American president Bush manipulates science
to support the interests of conservative Republicians and the interests of
In a rapport laid down to the House of Representatives a group of Demo-
crats claim that information about the efficient use of condoms is deli-
berate left out of government information- sites about Public Health.
The rhytm method is proposed to be more relible than she really is.
Bush appoined an anti- abortionactivist to be chairman of the Commission
which supervives the distribution of medication related to the human
The conservative dictates woman with period pain to read in the Bible .
In a commission which should help out children to avoid ledpoisoning,
are people appointed who have strong connections with the ledindus-
try, so claims Henry Waxman.
Test results about the green house affect are spirit away because
there is no ' scientific consensus ' about he phenomenon.
Subsidy- requests for scientific research- projects are treated more
slowly when words like ' homosexual ' are included.
A spokesman of the White House denies those allegations. He says
whatever the president does is in the interest of he people. ( AFP)
Translated out of Dutch, by Kenneth Van Oost August 2003
PS, Yesterday evening there was a live program on CNN about
religion in the state of Alabama.
What was the fuss about !?
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