Hospitals & Asylums    





October 2006


This October we cover a variety of issues.  I drafted my social security petition that has been denied and is now at the Administrative Law Judge stage that I hope to win so as to avoid dangers of the judiciary.  The denial is falsely reliant upon the maximum amount of an SSI check that is irrelevant in determining eligibility that is tied to the poverty line.  DI and SSI are supposed to give disabled people a living wage together and the average income of beneficiaries is $939 although mine is only $471.  Whereas the Chairman of the Federal Reserve has done my bidding and come through with a plan to insure the OASI trust fund if the baby boomers should cause a decline in balance SSA should make sure that I receive the honest settlement of $1,000 a month for doing all their work, so as not to continue angering God.  Your letters of support may be sent to RZK/ Sanders, A; SSA 550 Main St.; Cincinnati, Ohio 45273-9539 with a note that the petition will be filed by 7 November. 


The revised Chapter on Drug Administration provides a comprehensive study of both the $1 trillion pharmaceutical and illicit drug trade and makes plans for government reforms bringing the entire market under the regulation of health, it is a great relief to have the competent leadership of pharmacists and the party was political this year.  The Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities is almost completed and all that is needed is work on Social Security and Health as explained in my review that was well received and several readers responded to offer money, although they haven’t come through.  Buoyed by the theme for this year’s International Day for Disabled People on 3 December – E-accessibility – I drafted my petition to redress the unexplained censorship of HA by Google aggravated by now two fraudulent press releases where Google claimed the proceeds of HA public contracts, that will require enforcement to bring the agent of corruption to justice and possibly bust the Google monopoly if they are not fair. 


Lastly the Congressional elections present an interesting opportunity for the Democrats to seize control of both Houses of Congress and we have high hopes of breaking the legislative monopoly of the White House; the elections are definitely the favorite topic of conversation on the street and the question of whether absentee ballots are verified for their uniqueness to prevent voters from voting in numerous precincts around the state and nation? arose.   


2006 Congressional Elections HA-7-11-06

The USA is the best of nations and the worst of nations.  This uncontroversial duality explains the anxiety of the public and parties that agree that CHANGE is needed but are fearful of the worst that the upcoming elections have to offer on Tuesday 7 November 2006.  About 172 million Americans are so far registered to vote; 175 million registered for the 2004 presidential election. A smaller share will cast ballots, in 183,000 voting precincts.  The new HAVA of 2002 regulations regarding a voter database and government ID are now in effect.  33 of the 100 seats in the United States Senate being contested as well as 36 state governorships.  The Senate is currently composed of 55 Republicans, who have been in the majority since 2003, 44 Democrats, and one Democratic-leaning Independent.  To control 51 seats, a majority in the Senate, Democrats would need a net gain of six seats.  There are 17 Democratic and 15 Republican senatorial incumbents contesting their seats.  All of the 435 seats of the House of Represenatives are up for election this year.  Republicans currently hold a 28 seat advantage, and Democrats would need to pick up 15 seats to take control of the House, which has had a Republican majority since 1995.  It remains to be seen if the Democrats will win the majority of the House and Senate.  

Google Inc. v. Hospitals & Asylums HA-24-10-06

This counter notification is brought before Google by Hospitals & Asylums (HA) to redress a grievous case of censoreship without notification in hopes of redressing the HA domain that won first place before plummetting to earth like Icarus and Phaeton after the infringement of the $111 billion “Google” Official Development Atlas of the States of the United Nations (SUN).  HA at should be the first response for that search string, as it was in the beginning of 2006, whereas HA is the only organization dedicated to the name of Hospitals & Asylums (HA) and HA is not engaged in any propaganda for war, espionage or criminal proceedings, of any sort.  In fact the website contains the solar system’s best legitimate plan for peace and liberation of the United States of America in existence and warrants Google’s interest.  Whereas Google Inc. caps lawsuits settling infringement at $1,000 HA seeks the compensation of one Google share, valued at $459.67 on 20 October 2006, in hopes that the non governmental organization and public corporation will work together more harmoniously in the future.  HA is entitled to promotion as the first Google response for the search string “Hospitals & Asylums”, with a caption as follows, “Hospitals & Asylums (HA) advocates for human rights, public health and economics in America and around the world”.

Towards a Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities HA-19-10-06

600 million people in the world are disabled as a consequence of mental, physical or sensory impairment, 80% in developing nations.  
43 million Americans have one or more physical or mental disabilities, and this number is increasing as the population as a whole is 
growing older.  Treating disability involves the prevention of disability, rehabilitation and the realization of the goals of ''full participation'' 
of disabled persons in social life and development, and of ''equality''.  As the result of their special needs and the perception that they are 
vulnerable the disabled tend to suffer from a pattern of discrimination and are frequent victims of abuse and exploitation.  Proper goals 
regarding individuals with disabilities are to assure equality of opportunity, full participation, independent living, and economic self-
sufficiency for such individuals.  When the Ad hoc Committee on a Comprehensive and Integral International Convention on the Protection 
and Promotion of the Rights and Dignity of Persons with Disabilities address the issues of health and social security law effectively, it would 
seem that the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities would be done. 

Drug Administration HA-15-10-06

It can be estimated that the global market for drugs is roughly $1 trillion with $600 billion in global pharmaceutical drug sales and $400 billion in illicit global drug sales.  Taking into consideration the 6.7 billion world population this reflects a global per capita expenditure for both pharmaceutical and illicit drugs of $150.  In the US, with a population of 300 million and estimated pharmaceutical consumption of $160 and $65 billion of illicit drug consumption the per capita expenditure on drugs can be estimated at $750.  An estimated 10 billion prescriptions filled every year globally, 3.6 billion in the United States.  There were an estimated 180 million consumers of illicit drugs.  To ensure the legitimate medical purpose of drug regulation protects consumers of both pharmaceutical and illicit drugs the drug regulatory agencies of the International Narcotics Control Board and Drug Enforcement Agency must be adopted by their respective health agency, the WHO and DHHS.  A public health understanding of all the aspects of the drug trade, drug use and addiction will make the world population healthier, wealthier and wiser.  

The Health of the Economy HA-5-10-06

Real gross domestic product (GDP) increased a respectable 3-1/2 percent from the second quarter of 2005 to the second quarter of 2006, and the unemployment rate fell to 4-3/4 percent. At the same time, however, headline consumer price inflation has been quite high, and an upward movement in core inflation has raised concerns about the persistence in price pressures, a very worrisome development from the point of view of a monetary policy maker.  The economy is expected to grow at a moderate pace for a while, somewhat below the rate of increase of its potential, and then growth will begin to strengthen.  After three years of growth above potential, some slowing was inevitable and desirable. The general health of the US economy demands that regulators come to grips with the account deficit by balancing the budget, taking a more protectionist approach in international trade and supportive role in regards to the rights of their citizens in relation with such phenomenon as health insurance.             

Anthony Sanders v. Jo Anne Barnhart, Commissioner of Social Security HA-1-10-6

Application seeking the prevailing wage of exactly $1,000 a month from a combination of $471 a month Disability Insurance, currently received, and a new $529 Supplemental Security Income deposit in the middle of the month. The disability threshold for substantial gainful activity (SGA) is $830 a month.  The petitioner does not make this much therefore SSI is due.  Back pay of $12,000, due on the first of October 2006, should be just sufficient to cover the debts accumulated while in college.  The five years that the petitioner has spent living below the $939 average disability benefit justify this breakthrough in equal rights to a monthly government contribution of exactly $1,000 a month.  This monthly sum that would fully insure the petitioner against the deleterious effects of poverty as is the purpose of SSI and is justified as extra service pay for the clerkship of HA.  By affording their counsel a living wage the US would make great progress towards economic efficiency.

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