No Child Left Unmedicated

by Samurai Appliance Repair Man on March 14, 2005

in Gubmint

If you want national (socialist) healthcare, then you trust the government with your medical care. If you send your kids to government school, then you trust the government to educate your kids. So, for you, letting the government get into your kids’ heads with mental health screening is simply the next logical step. Right out of Marx’s platform for implementing Communism– get control of the minds of the youth and you control the future of the nation. And you helped.

Big Brother is on the march. A plan to subject all children to
mental health screening is underway, and the pharmaceutical firms are
gearing up for bigger sales of psychotropic drugs. Like most liberal,
big-spending ideas, this one was slipped into the law under cover of
soft semantics. Its genesis was the New Freedom Commission on Mental
Health (NFCMH), created by President George W. Bush in 2002. The
NFCMH recommends ‘routine and comprehensive’ testing and mental
health screening for every child in America, including preschoolers. Bush has instructed 25 federal agencies to develop a plan to
implement the commission’s recommendations. [read more]


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Rob Hillyer April 6, 2005 at 12:33 pm

I personnally, don’t trust the government any farther than I can throw them, and that goes for Republican or Democrat administrations. Not being a person of prejudice, I dis-trust them both equally. To me, anyone who does all they can to be the most powerful person in the world does not have my best interests at heart. What do they say about absolute power?
All that being said, I’m curious as to why an idea, put forth by Conservative Republican President G. W. Bush and backed by the Conservative led drug industry is labled a “liberal” idea?

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