You will probably need to click the header after you check this out.
The picture is an honest to God sculpture of an instrument used to torture us as applied by the medical discipline. It's called a syringe, I believe. Although I can think of other names for it.
And sadists fill it with warm water (and unknown substances) which makes us do things we would never otherwise do in mixed company.
Anyway, I just want you to recognize this, since our government seems to be preparing to use this giant economy size on all of us. (I don't think you'll be able to buy your way out of it, either.)
Apparently, we may only have our President standing between us and total surrender to faceless people in unnamed offices, in buildings somewhere, who will look all of your past life over. And who knows what kind of decisions they will be empowered to make?
Think I'm a kook? Hah. Now, I haven't yet heard back from my Senators (it's Super Sunday, for Pete's sale) but if the following is true, we need to stop it and let them know we will not tolerate this intrusion. Go to this site, read it and tremble: http://www.worldnetdaily.com/index.php?fa=PAGE.view&pageId=87322.
The article is titled Life With Big Brother. The web existence is a conservative publication, so take that into account.
"WorldNetDaily (WND) is an internet news and commentary site founded in May 1997 by Joseph Farah, a former editor of several major-market daily newspapers and a founder of the conservative non-profit Western Journalism Center. The site became a for-profit arm of the Center in October 1999. "The WND mission statement describes its role as a watchdog on government: "We remain faithful to the traditional and central role of a free press in a free society – as a light exposing wrongdoing, corruption and abuse of power. We also seek to stimulate a free-and-open debate about the great moral and political ideas facing the world and to promote freedom and self-government by encouraging personal virtue and good character." WND operates the G2 Bulletin website, a subscription-only website described as an "intelligence resource" for "insights into geo-political and geo-strategic developments." It also operates a book-publishing division, WND Books, which has published books by Michael Savage, Katherine Harris, Joseph Farah, and Jerome Corsi, among others. In January 2008, WND announced it had acquired its publishing partner, World Ahead Publishing." - http://www.sourcewatch.org/index.php?title=WorldNetDaily
I don't usually put this kind of thing on my pages, but if it is true, I want to give everyone a start on checking up on this. For my part, I am reloading and readying myself.