Thursday, November 19, 2009

OH 18: Moll tries to remain relevant with false mammogram claims

Republican Candidate for Congress continues to try to remain relevant by quoting false Rupurt Murdoch (Faux News and Wall Street Journal) statements.

Her latest is the ignorant wacko conspiracy theory that the recent Task Force Study on Mammograms is some evil plan to deny women health care in health care reform

The actual facts are, this was an independent study that has absolutely nothing to do with the Health Care bill. Second of all this study did not say women under 50 should not get mammograms it did say that individual decisions should be made based on other factors, health history and family history for example, rather then just basing it on age.

No one is suggesting they should not be covered by private insurance or any insurance for that matter.

If Jeanette Moll is going to try to win a seat on congress by using Faux newsisms as her platform, she will find herself the queen of the ignorant vote but defeated badly in any election. Perhaps she could try writing a book to make some bucks and draw crowds at tea parties. But no one is going to believe that she is even slightly qualified to have a seat in Congress.

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Blogger David said...

What are you doing?!? We WANT Moll to win the Republican nomination, it'll be the most fun election ever!

2:14 PM  
Blogger Joe R said...

Good Point...GO Moll 2010,, go Palin 2012..ok that made me a little ill.

4:40 PM  

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