Hospitals & Asylums    




February 2008

February is American Heart Month and this month was devoted to survival.  My mother’s employment by the Air Force medical corps at a base near Las Vegas was troubled with espionage and she is censured until she fesses up with her rank and base.  She seems unable to thank me for getting her the job as the result of my 333 page manuscript Me, Myself and Iraq, much like the American dictatorship itself.  A Marine clerk from her hometown was killed and the killer fled to Mexico while my family went on a rampage in the Netherlands.  Military recruiting is far too corrupt and a more honorable practice is clearly needed than wanton investigation.  The recruits furthermore need to know the information they must send to their family and friends and what is secret.  I had hoped to change the name of DoD to Military Department (MD) under more honorable circumstances but am glad someone went to look into the question.

The Presidential candidates were traveling through Ohio.  I managed to catch Michelle Obama with 1,300, Hillary Clinton with 2,500 and Barack Obama with 12,000 others in Cincinnati.  I missed Senator McCain’s speech to several hundred for health reasons.  The Democrats seem to agree upon a progressive campaign for the rule of law, universal health insurance, to end global warming, to end tax breaks for corporations and improve the lot of the middle class.  The Republicans are pretty lackluster and get their votes from the contrariwise.  The Republican entrenchment on the occupation of Iraq makes them even more unappealing to most voters.  It is difficult to decide whether Hillary of Barack should be President.  Michelle Obama’s statement that “Barack is the most beautiful candidate we will see in our lifetime” rings true for both of them.  It is inspiring that a woman and a black man are the most likely to take the White House.  Perhaps it is not too late for human rights to save America from fascism.  It is definitely too late to revise the State Mental Institution Library Education (SMILE) this year and we shall have to seal the records of our own accord.

The residential torturer, an African-American woman, has been expunged after three years.

Barack Obama Speaks at the University of Cincinnati HA-25-2-08

On Monday February 25, 2008 Barack Obama spoke at the University of Cincinnati 5/3 Arena at 2 pm.  An estimated 12,000 people attended.  Beginning at noon two quarter mile long lines stretched from the north and south of the basketball stadium.  Ohio Treasurer Richard Cordray stated, this election is not about the past, we have an opportunity for transformational change.  Gineth Walker a union grocer said too many young Ohioans cannot get a good paying job.  Mayor Mark Mallory cast his super delegate vote for Obama.  Barack took the stage.  As the first order of business there were buses to take people to the Board of Elections to cast an early vote.  The campaign is driven by the fierce urgency of now.  We cannot wait to end global warming or the war in Iraq.  People want straight talk and honesty.  We are rolling back tax cuts.  Insuring everyone.  We are going green.  If you are working you should not be poor.  As Commander in Chief my primary duty will be to keep you safe.  Military force must not be used unwisely.  The war on Iraq was unwise.  We need to rediscover the power of diplomacy.  We need a President who will uphold the Constitution.  We want everyone to say America is back.  Hope is looking for respite from hardship and going on to do something, ie. universal health care, clean energy, getting people to college not prison. We need to be better parents to instill excellence in our children.  For those who hope for justice and freedom we will win precinct-by-precinct, county by county, state by state. If you work with me we will take this country. 

Hillary Clinton Speaks at Cincinnati State HA-23-2-08


On Saturday February 23, 2008 Hillary Clinton spoke at Cincinnati State at 9 am.  An estimated 2,500 people were in attendance.  Security was thorough and the line wrapped through the hallway.  The speech didn’t begin until 9:30 am.  The introduction was done by County Commissioner David Pepper.  Governor Ted Strickland walked in, hand in hand, with Senator Hillary Clinton.  They raised their joined hands above their heads and turned 360 degrees for the audience.  There is much work for the next President.  Bush never said anything about throwing out the balanced budget.  We believe in the rule of law, democracy and freedom.  Jobs have been lost and 150,000 Ohioans received foreclosure notices last year.  The banks and lenders need to find out what people can pay.  We will fund clean energy by taking tax subsidies away from big oil.  We borrow money from the Chinese to pay the Saudis.  This will happen until the two oil tycoons leave office.  We cannot lose to private health insurance and pharmaceuticals.  Republicans always want private health insurance.  You pay for it you should have access to it.  We support pre-school, No Child Left Behind, and will make college affordable.  Let’s reward the caregivers.  The best way to see what a person to do is to see what they have done.  If you stand for me I will fight for you.


Constitution of Hospitals & Asylums Non Governmental Economics HA-18-2-08


The ninth draft was done on President’s Day.  The Constitution is now exactly 100 articles long.  The Economic Statistic Program (ESP) has been added to the national Future.  The supremacy clause repeals to the US Constitution facilitate a balanced budget amendment.  The Internet Office is explained for authors and contributors wishing to submit stories or donate by Pay Pal.  To better serve democracy there is a Hospitals & Asylums website where news, periodicals, public health documents, litigation and legislation are published.  The Secretary shall secure immunity for authors, witnesses and diplomats writing Hospitals & Asylums, to exact fair wages.  The agenda is:  1. the secrecy of the ballot, 2. a balanced budget 3. human rights and community based corrections 4. redistribution of wealth from the rich to the poor and 5. copyright royalties.  Authors wishing to uphold Hospitals & Asylums are directed to write those words on the top of their document.  No less than one new manuscript is drafted every year.  The quality of HA is primarily a matter of medical ethics.  Membership to Hospitals & Asylums is by contribution.  Thanks for your support.    


Michelle Obama Speaks Out for Change at Music Hall HA-15-2-08


On Friday February 15, 2008 Michelle Obama spoke out for the campaign for change at Cincinnati Music Hall.  Capacity was 1,300.  On February 15, 2007 Barack Obama stated on the capitol steps that he was running for President.  Polls and pundits said he couldn’t do it.  The campaign is surpassing its limited expectations. When was the last candidate of any race or gender to win everywhere? In America when you go to raise the bar they raise the bar and when you go there they move the bar.  Who is smarter than the first African American editor of the Harvard Law Review?  Barack is not just talk.  As Illinois state senator he abolished the death penalty.  As US Senator he said the war was wrong.  Understand the value of helping him.  Barack is one of the most beautiful candidates we will see in our lifetime.  Senator Barack Obama is the author of two books, Dreams of my Father and the Audacity of Hope.  The values are rooted in a basic optimism about life and a faith in free will.  The ONE campaign has 60,000 signatures to get the next President to visit Africa in their first year.  Move On is 70% behind Barack Obama.  The people want change.  Vote for Obama.  Thank you for five dollars.  


American Heart Month since February 1963 HA-14-2-08


Since 1963 Congress and the American Heart Association has required the president to proclaim February "American Heart Month."  Cardiovascular diseases, including stroke, are the No. 1 killer in the United States.  Coronary heart disease is America's No. 1 killer. Stroke is No. 3 and a leading cause of serious disability.  Of the estimated 7 million Americans suffering angina and 2.4 million people who died in 2004, 666,000 died from heart disease and 150,000 from stroke.  One in every 300 Americans will be killed by a blocked artery in 2007.  Every 34 seconds an American dies as the result of a blocked cardiac artery.  As an American, there's a 90 percent chance that poor circulation will trigger a serious health problem at some point in your life. More than 6.8 million Americans undergo heart bypass, balloon angioplasty and other circulation-related procedures each year. 700,000 Americans will suffer a sudden blockage of blood flow to the brain in 2007- 83 every hour of the day. Each year, about 1.1 million people in the United States have heart attacks, and almost half of them die. Mortality differs significantly by race or ethnic group as measured by age adjusted death rates.  In 1998 these death rates per 100,000 people from heart disease in the United States were 211.8 for black non-Hispanics, compared to 145.3 for white non-Hispanics, 101.5 for Hispanics, 106 for American Indians and 78 for Asians.  The objective of this paper is for the Centers for Medicare, Medicaid and SCHIP (CMS) to require “Biological Weapons are Prohibited” to be inscribed on the letterheads of all their contracts because it is hypothesized that corruption is the leading cause of death, disability and patient care episodes. 


Carolyn J. Hengel et al v. Marcel F. Sanders DVM HA-6-2-08 expunged


Caring for the 88 million cats and 75 million dogs in the United States the pet care industry is valued at around $44 billion a year.  In February 28, 2007 a $300 million market subsidy for veterinary public health led to the Menu Food recall within a month.  Veterinary medicine was a high growth profession in 2007  The prescription of law condones bio-terrorism and needs to be amended at (f) to read, “prohibition of biological weapons”.  Proceedings have been instituted at the Ohio Veterinary Medicine Licensing Board to educate my father, a veterinarian, and step-mother, a dog groomer, in Ohio veterinary statute. I hope to secure my $200 a month allowance by electronic account transfer (ETA) to avoid forced corporal contact.  My father says, “I want to see your smiling face” and I respond, “I don’t want to get sick”.  Conflict in federal and local law demands they gain knowledge of the Ohio statute prescribed by the Board, that appears to be the one true law, if not the golden rule promised by the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA).  They are both expected to be tested on the law by the Board and assigned to community service with an animal shelter to replace the Scratching Post no kill cat shelter they fled at the end of 2005, in a huff regarding my father’s unfair denial of Linda Rilea’s right to construct a big new shelter in the parking lot behind her building.  In the spring CJ became uncivilized and I fled their farm after 6-6-6.  My father would come to my apartment and after some passivism is considered toxic.  As animal care professionals their behavior clearly needs the socialization of regular discount work for an animal shelter recommended by the Board.      


CHAPTER 4 State Mental Institution Library Education (SMILE)


To amend Chapter 4 St. Elizabeth’s Hospital §161-230.  The District of Columbia Mental Health System established in what is now Article IX was successful in reducing the inpatient population from 7,000 to 600.  This precedence needs to be followed by state mental institutions, private psychiatric hospitals, general hospital psychiatric wards and correction programs around the nation.  Globally mental illness and psychological disorders stemming from substance abuse are estimated to affect a combined total of 450 million people, 7.3% of the population.  55% of Americans suffered from mental illness at some time in their life and 1 in 5 Americans experience a diagnosable mental disorder in any given year.  Mental illness is the second leading cause of disability, costing disability insurance an estimated $24 billion and medical insurance $65 billion annually.  In 1997 30,535 people died from suicide in the U.S, it was the 11th leading cause of death in 2000.  During 1999 there were 1.7 million admissions to inpatient psychiatric treatment, 424,450 were involuntary commitments. The de-institutionalization movement has been successful in reducing the psychiatric inpatient population by half from 515,572 in 1970 to 198,195 in 1998 but has not completely implemented community psychiatry.  Although there were a number of remarkable reports at the turn of the millennium and the UN established a Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse the continuum of care is not improving like other medical specialties. Key reforms are a Mental Health Review Tribunal operated by the Board of Mental Health and the finance of community mental health care.  De-institutionalization must fully implement community care backed by limited general hospital psychiatric wards, closing all state mental institutions and private psychiatric hospitals for forensic use, abolishing civil commitments, electro convulsive therapy and drug enforcement. MIRROR form…104 pages and summary.