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You're absolutely right Robin! As for yours truly, she has been forced to read between the lines of the NYT for some considerable time now .. I suppose I am a bit thick, though.

I'm trying to stir up interest in a Salon article. I put up a diary at Seeing the Forest and a cross post at MyDD with additional details from the links and pdf files in Salon's thimerosal resource guide. Take a quick look and decide if this is an issue you feel like commenting on:

Deadly immunity

"Something very, very wrong is happening to our children"

When a study revealed that mercury in childhood vaccines may have caused autism in thousands of kids, the government rushed to conceal the data -- and to prevent parents from suing drug companies for their role in the epidemic.

Hat tip to Huffington Post for letting us know that ABC News spiked interviews with Kennedy Jr. abouth vaccines with a response from ABC news.

It's not news unless the M$M and hot shot male bloggers say it's news.

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