Thursday, October 28, 2004

"BULGEGATE" takes another turn

Don't know the story? Get up to speed:

Would you be upset if Bush cheated in the debates?

President Bush appeared to have a bulge on his back. Its been called "Bulgegate" and the "The Bush Bulge" and it has appeared in all the of the 2004 Presidential debates. Now two wires have appeared and no explanation has been offered for that. The "bulge" has been called a "badly tailored shirt" by the President -the same shirt in all 3 debates, mind you.

Rather than following up on the "3 bad shirts theory", it seems the media accepts the President has a wardrobe full of them. Do we have a transmitter, defibrillator, Wireless IV device, or something else?

There are two potential wires on President Bush during the debates. You can read about the other wire at PuppetString. Links are posted on the right which lead to more information regarding the "bulge". Are the "bulges" and "wires" connected in some way?

We have 1 wire, do we have 2?

Do we have 12?

An article has now appeared in Salon which corroborates the evidence here.

View the original large sized images from Cryptome, original feed 1 and original feed 2. In those feeds I have seen 12 separate images, when inverted (instructions below) show the same 'winding ridge'

Here is a good example

This is a photo which shows President Bush’s back during the first presidential debate on Thursday, September 30.

There are 2 different pictures here with Bush in a similar body position, one shows nothing, the other, something strange.

In the top picture we see nothing. In the bottom photo Bush's body is angled slightly more into the stage's lighting which highlights what looks like a 'winding ridge' underneath his jacket. Is this that poorly tailored shirt which he wore in all 3 debates again? Why has the 'talking point' has switched to shirt? Is it because something is obviously wrong with the jacket story because there is obviously something above 'de Paris Pucker' (Notice there is no 'winding ridge' on that man in the photo's jacket)?

Take a look:

Note: you may repeat this yourself, instructions are below


Is this another wire?

Leading up from the bulge is what has been called a 'strait ridge'. This is a photo which can be modified by anyone in the same way (instructions below):

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Judge for yourself and post you comments here, you may post anonymously.

The bulge and related theories are currently being covered regularly at Cannonfire, bushwired, and isbushwired. BushBulge.com is also dedicated to this topic. Email political.commentator@gmail.com with new sites, pictures or tips. Opposing opinions are also welcome.

Instructions for duplicating the photos above:

Open, right-click and Save-as the 2 photos from the original feed 1 and original feed 2 from the first debate.

Open in Photoshop, then:

Write back your results. Do they match my photos? Do you see something?

224 Comments:

At October 28, 2004 at 2:36 PM, Blogger Political Commentator said...

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At October 28, 2004 at 2:50 PM, Blogger Political Commentator said...

There is a ton of political news clouding the internet. The Republicans are very busy debunking the missing arms story.

I see the counterpunches in the news on this story and I am confident it can still be made public before we vote.

All it takes is one day of this story being proven and its over. Cheating in a debate will lose Bush millions of votes. Everyone listening hear that? That is what is at stake. We need answers and a vote without suspicion, tell us the truth.


Email any tips or information to political.commentator@gmail.comThanks for all the effort from EVERYONE that has made contact. As a group we move forward faster: we need to talk to the people and FORCE the ISSUE. Get the links everywhere.

 
At October 28, 2004 at 3:41 PM, Blogger Political Commentator said...

From the newsgroups:

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"My first thoughts on the Bush "bulge" controversy (see the wonderfully
informative site) went to Shakespeare's hump-backed embodiment of evil, Richard
III, but Shakespeare's character is fascinating, and of course the historical
Richard, so far as we know, was a genuinely heroic figure. Bush is simply a
dull man with a shrill voice. The next comparison that came to mind was a
marionette, only an updated version with radio controls and servomotors instead
of strings and hinges.

Whatever the best analogy, the fact that the American president wears a radio
device of some kind during important meetings and national debates has been
sufficiently established for people of a critical turn of mind. The revelation
seems almost an over-the-top parody of what we already knew of Bush's
capacities, an absurd editorial cartoon about an inadequate man walking through
responsibilities he doesn't understand, leaving in his wake terrible damage to
decent government and peace. Where do the voices in his ear piece come from?
Lynne Cheney? The Boston Strangler? Franklin Graham? Jesus? The Wizard of Oz?
All of the above?

Recall Emerson's advice, "A foolish consistency is the hobgoblin of little
minds."

SEE:
"The Government You Deserve", by John Chuckman, Oct. 26, 2004
http://www.dissidentvoice.org/Oct04/Chuckman1026.htm
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At October 28, 2004 at 4:42 PM, Blogger Political Commentator said...

Important article:

Bulgegate: Bush's Latest Lie About What He Wore to the Debates By DAVE LINDORFF"

They're getting away with it because, except for Gibson, nobody in the mainstream press that tags around after the president is pressing him on it, much less investigating the matter more aggressively by trying to get sources from inside the president's camp to come forward.

They're getting away with it because, as one reporter who has contacted friends in many of the major news outlets has been told, the mainstream press won't go after this story "because the Kerry camp hasn’t made it an issue."

"

 
At October 28, 2004 at 5:26 PM, Blogger Political Commentator said...

A potentially massive development is taking place as we speak.

We are investigating the possibility that the BULGE is an IV (intravenous) device that operates with WI FI technology....

Researching....

 
At October 28, 2004 at 5:48 PM, Blogger Political Commentator said...

Off the news groups: (thank you Dharmananda)

This is AMAZING:

"

Jake was born with only 10 per cent of his short intestine. A few years ago he would not have survived. He spent his first two years in the hospital fighting for his life. When preparations began for Jake to leave the hospital, I was totally overwhelmed. He required gastrostomy feeding 24 hours a day. How would I manage all day with this active, busy little boy tethered to a gastric feeding pump on a stationary intravenous pole? Then

***************
someone heard about a pumping machine that only weighed two pounds. We tried having Jake wear one in a little back pack so that he could be mobile
***************

BACKPACK?????

It worked, and my son became a pioneer. Gradually, Jake was able to eat more more food orally and his gastrostomy feedings were primarily done at night.

"

 
At October 28, 2004 at 5:51 PM, Blogger Political Commentator said...

Link for article above...

http://www.cfc-efc.ca/docs/cccf/00019_en.htm

 
At October 28, 2004 at 6:05 PM, Blogger Political Commentator said...

http://www.systemstechnologiesusa.com/page6.html

Wireless IV device provider...


"
Flexibility & Growth

MicroVision supports up to 256 wireless transmitters and is easily upgradeable with the addition of a PC to a system that can monitor up to 65,000 devices and even provide corridor and zone lights. MicroVision can monitor not just your IV pumps, but exit doors, smoke detectors, motion detectors, equipment on/off activation, temperature changes, security & intrusion devices, wireless pendant transmitters that connect to the patient's bedside station, or any device that provides a contact closure.

"


Sounds like this sort of thing can be heavily configured

 
At October 28, 2004 at 6:09 PM, Blogger Political Commentator said...

IV Medication Safety System Goes WirelessALARIS Medical Systems, Inc. has released wireless connectivity applications for its Medley Medication Safety System. The IV medication safety system has undergone beta testing in hospitals in the Adventist Medical Center in Portland, the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, and Sharp HealthCare of San Diego.

ALARIS Medical Systems now provides a new level of medication safety by wirelessly (radio frequency) linking its point-of-care infusion delivery platform with the hospital’s information network to create a real-time systems management for its Medley(TM) System with the Guardrails(R) Safety Software. The ALARIS(R) Network eliminates the need to manually transfer information to and from individual Medley(TM) Systems. Instead, data is automatically transmitted between each Medley(TM) System and the central server using the hospital’s wireless infrastructure.
...
The ALARIS Medical Systems proprietary Guardrails(R) Safety Software has over 240 million hours of patient use and has been shown to help reduce medication errors. The introduction of the wireless connectivity for the Medley(TM) System means that this information can now be gathered automatically, without the need to “touch” each device, therefore accelerating IV medication safety.

 
At October 28, 2004 at 6:10 PM, Blogger Political Commentator said...

http://www.alarismed.com/

 
At October 28, 2004 at 6:10 PM, Blogger Political Commentator said...

"

ALARIS Medical Systems, Inc., a wholly-owned subsidiary of Cardinal Health, develops and markets products for the safe delivery of intravenous (IV) medications. The Company's IV medication and infusion therapy delivery systems, software applications, needle-free disposables and related monitoring equipment are marketed in the United States and internationally.

"

http://www.alarismed.com/

 
At October 28, 2004 at 6:22 PM, Blogger Political Commentator said...

http://www.healthcareitnews.com/NewsArticleView.aspx?ContentTypeID=3&ContentID=1093&Term=imprivata

Press release over this product... ANYONE find a photo?

"
ALARIS
ALARIS Medical Systems, Inc. announced the full market release of its wireless connectivity applications for the company’s Medley Medication Safety System. The ALARIS Network and enterprise applications for the smart IV medication safety system have been operational in three beta sites for the last four months: Adventist Medical Center in Portland, the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania and Sharp HealthCare of San Diego.

ALARIS Medical Systems provides wireless (radio frequency) linking to its point-of-care infusion delivery platform with the hospital’s information network to create real-time systems management for its Medley System with the Guardrails Safety Software. The ALARIS Network eliminates the need to manually transfer information to and from individual Medley Systems. Instead, data is automatically transmitted between each Medley System and the central server using the hospital’s wireless infrastructure.
"

 
At October 28, 2004 at 6:23 PM, Blogger Political Commentator said...

ALARIS homepage press release:

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http://www.alarismed.com/whats_new/alaris_news_details.asp?key_press_release=131

ALARIS Medical Systems News
ALARIS Medical Systems assumes no obligation to update any forward-looking statements as a result of new information or future events or developments



June 14, 2004

ALARIS Medical Systems Introduces Wireless Connectivity for its Smart IV Medication Safety System

ALARIS® Network and Enterprise Applications Provide Real-Time Communication to All Points of Care in the Hospital to Help Improve Medication Safety

SAN DIEGO, CA, June 14, 2004 (BUSINESS WIRE) – ALARIS Medical Systems, Inc. (NYSE: AMI), developer of products for the safe delivery of intravenous (IV) medications, announced today the full market release of wireless connectivity applications for the company's Medley™ Medication Safety System. The ALARIS® Network and enterprise applications for the smart IV medication safety system have been operational in three beta sites for the last four months: Adventist Medical Center in Portland, the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania and Sharp HealthCare of San Diego.

ALARIS Medical Systems now provides a new level of medication safety by wirelessly (radio frequency) linking its point-of-care infusion delivery platform with the hospital's information network to create a real-time systems management for its Medley™ System with the Guardrails® Safety Software. The ALARIS® Network eliminates the need to manually transfer information to and from individual Medley™ Systems. Instead, data is automatically transmitted between each Medley™ System and the central server using the hospital's wireless infrastructure.

"With the wireless applications for the Medley™ System, now we can tap into the data whenever we choose, without worrying about logistics," said Stephen Smith, Chief Technology Officer at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania. "These new IV medication safety systems from ALARIS Medical Systems mark a new era of greater intelligence at the bedside, streamlining the clinicians' activities so that they can focus on patient care rather than administration," Smith added.

On June 4, 2004, ALARIS Medical Systems announced the full market release of the most robust continuous quality improvement (CQI) database and graphics software ever developed for IV delivery systems. These features were integrated with the Company's proprietary Guardrails® Safety Software and amplify the benefits of the wireless networking capability now available with the Medley™ System.

Experts estimate that 61% of the most serious and life-threatening potential adverse drug events (ADEs) are IV drug related.¹ Recent analysis of data collected from eighteen hospitals that use the Medley™ System, equipped with the Guardrails® CQI Software, indicates that a potentially life-threatening IV error was averted every 2.6 days at the average 350-bed hospital.² The ALARIS Medical Systems proprietary Guardrails® Safety Software has over 240 million hours of patient use and has been shown to help reduce medication errors. The introduction of the wireless connectivity for the Medley™ System means that this information can now be gathered automatically, without the need to "touch" each device, therefore accelerating IV medication safety.

"The ability to transfer information to and from the IV medication safety systems wirelessly enables quick and easy data collection," said Bill Spooner, Chief Information Officer at Sharp HealthCare of San Diego. "The ALARIS® IV medication safety systems were implemented and started impacting medication safety in a short period of time. While other initiatives are valuable, they will require changes in infrastructure, training and workflow," he added.

"The wireless capability of the Medley™ System provides decision support at the bedside and throughout the institution," said Jake St. Philip, vice president and general manager of ALARIS Medical Systems' North American Business Unit. "Gathering real-time information increases process efficiency and productivity and creates a more dynamic and frequent communication between caregivers to assure the best quality of patient care and safety."

The foundation provided by the wireless network allows hospitals to leverage their investment in the Medley™ System, as well as their existing wireless infrastructure, and provides a platform for future ALARIS® Medication Safety System applications.

About ALARIS Medical Systems, Inc.
ALARIS Medical Systems, Inc. (NYSE: AMI) develops and markets products for the safe delivery of intravenous (IV) medications. The Company's IV medication and infusion therapy delivery systems, software applications, needle-free disposables and related monitoring equipment are marketed in the United States and internationally. ALARIS Medical Systems' "smart" pumps, with the proprietary Guardrails® Safety Software, help to reduce the risks and costs of medication errors, help to safeguard patients and clinicians and gather and record clinical information for review, analysis and interpretation. The Company provides its products, professional and technical support and training services to over 5,000 hospital and health care systems, as well as alternative care sites, in more than 120 countries through its direct sales force and distributors. Headquartered in San Diego, California, ALARIS Medical Systems employs approximately 3,000 people worldwide. Additional information on ALARIS Medical Systems can be found at http://www.alarismed.com.

This news release contains forward-looking statements as defined in the Safe Harbor Provisions of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. Persons reading this release are cautioned that such forward-looking statements involve risks and uncertainties, including the effect of legislative and regulatory changes affecting the health care industry, the potential of increased levels of competition, technological changes, the dependence of ALARIS Medical Systems upon the success of new products (including its proprietary Guardrails® Safety Software and the Medley Medication Safety System) and ongoing research and development efforts including obtaining regulatory approvals, and the amount of the Company's indebtedness. Such risk factors are detailed in the Securities and Exchange Commission filings of ALARIS Medical Systems, Inc., including Form 10-K for the year ended December 31, 2003, and other filings. The Company assumes no obligation to update any forward-looking statements as a result of new information or future events or developments.

 
At October 28, 2004 at 6:26 PM, Blogger Political Commentator said...

Alas, unable to find a pic of alaris product...

Anyone that finds one, can you please post link here?

 
At October 28, 2004 at 7:07 PM, Blogger Political Commentator said...

From the newsgroups:

A heart related device which is worn as a backpack:


"

This is an article that I am using for my newsletter:

MINIATURIZED HEART HELP #941
Television News Service/Medical Breakthroughs
cIvanhoe Broadcast News, Inc. 1996

For 25 years, heart-assist devices have been used by people waiting for a heart transplant.
The trouble was, they had to wait in the hospital because the device's control unit was too
cumbersome for the outside world. A new generation of devices gives heart patients greater freedom.

Michael West walks the city streets of Tucson with ease. No one would ever guess that part of his heart was artificial, or that a backpack holds the batteries and computer brains that control the device implanted in his abdomen. Michael West wears a Heart-Assist Device: "Because this is making my heart pump."

A heart-assist device has kept Michael alive since last July when a heart attack destroyed the left side of
his heart. Richard Smith, Technical Director, Artificial Heart Dept., Univ. of Arizona, Tucson, AZ:
"It's taking the blood that is returned to the left side of the heart from the lung, already oxygenated, and it now pumps it to the body." The device has been around for more than two decades. The breakthrough is
in the size of the device's controls.
Richard Smith:
"This component used to be five feet tall and weigh 300 pounds. So now this can be put in a pouch or in a backpack."

The technology has also shrunk the medical bill. An average hospital stay for a patient awaiting a heart transplant is three thousand dollars a day. Patients wearing the portable device get to wait at home with no hospital bill to worry about. Michael's wife Patsy
always carries spare batteries and a recharger when they go out. At home and during sleep, he plugs into a stationary control unit. A constant clicking sound is a reassuring reminder that the device is working.
Michael West:
"I'm alive and I know it. There's the proof."

Once the device goes in, it can't be removed until the patient receives a new heart. Biomedical engineer Richard Smith says researchers are already designing smaller, permanent devices that within a few years, could eliminate the need for a heart transplant.
The portable heart-assist device is already being used in other parts of the world as a permanent alternative to transplant. As of January 1995, 95 patients throughout Europe are living on portable
devices.
If you would like more information, please contact:
(520) 626-7301o
Office of Public Affairs

Artificial Heart Program
University Medical Center
1501 North Campbell Avenue
Tucson, AZ 85724


"

 
At October 29, 2004 at 2:00 AM, Blogger Political Commentator said...

From the newsgroups:


"
I think I know what that bulge is. It is a wearable computer (I worked on one a few years ago). Naw, this is not weird conspiracy theory; wearable computers have been around for a while now and a small niche market exists among the elites for these interesting devices. See
http://www.media.mit.edu/wearables/ for an idea of what they are. And yes, they come with wireless 802.11x capability. Actually, although I am not voting for Bush, I would admire his use of high technology in getting the job done more efficiently, if that indeed is what he's doing. This is generally something that top execs who can afford the high price will use in order to have information and data manipulation close at hand. Nothing wrong if the Chief Exec is doing the same.
"

 
At October 29, 2004 at 2:05 AM, Blogger Political Commentator said...

From the newsgroups:

Here's a picture of one. clearly, there has been no effort to hide it. But the technology is available, and if the reservoir and the pump were separated to hide it on the body, that would account for the tubes under the clothes.

http://www.elitemedical.com/ehms1/feedingtubes.html


--
Triratanam sharanam gaccami
Dharmananda

 
At October 29, 2004 at 2:10 AM, Blogger Political Commentator said...

SALON ARTICLE HERENASA photo analyst: Bush wore a device during debate
Physicist says imaging techniques prove the president's bulge was not caused by wrinkled clothing.

 
At October 29, 2004 at 3:19 AM, Blogger Political Commentator said...

Excerp from salon article....



For the past week, while at home, using his own computers, and off the clock at Caltech and NASA, Nelson has been analyzing images of the president's back during the debates. A professional physicist and photo analyst for more than 30 years, he speaks earnestly and thoughtfully about his subject. "I am willing to stake my scientific reputation to the statement that Bush was wearing something under his jacket during the debate," he says. "This is not about a bad suit. And there's no way the bulge can be described as a wrinkled shirt."
Nelson and a scientific colleague produced the photos from a videotape, recorded by the colleague, who has chosen to remain anonymous, of the first debate. The images provide the most vivid details yet of the bulge beneath the president's suit. Amateurs have certainly had their turn at examining the bulge, but no professional with a résumé as impressive as Nelson's has ventured into public with an informed opinion. In fact, no one to date has enhanced photos of Bush's jacket to this degree of precision, and revealed what appears to be some kind of mechanical device with a wire snaking up the president's shoulder toward his neck and down his back to his waist.

 
At October 29, 2004 at 3:20 AM, Blogger Political Commentator said...

From that salon article:

exactly what is said on this blog!!!!

:How can Nelson be certain there's some kind of mechanical device
beneath Bush's jacket? It's all about light and shadows, he says. The
angles at which the light in the studio hit Bush's jacket expose
contours that fit no one's picture of human anatomy and wrinkled
shirts. And Nelson compared the images to anatomy texts. He also
experimented with wrinkling shirts in various configurations, wore them
under his jacket under his bathroom light, and couldn't produce
anything close to the Bush bulge.
:

 
At October 29, 2004 at 3:21 AM, Blogger Political Commentator said...

Ha ha, I did the same thing:

"
He also
experimented with wrinkling shirts in various configurations, wore them under his jacket under his bathroom light, and couldn't produce anything close to the Bush bulge.
He also experimented with wrinkling shirts in various configurations, wore them under his jacket under his bathroom light, and couldn't produce anything close to the Bush bulge.

 
At October 29, 2004 at 7:38 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

http://www.nbc10.com/politics/3871705/detail.html


Bush Campaign Admits It Doctored Photo For Commercial
Same Group Of Soldiers Appeared Several Times In Photo

POSTED: 6:37 am EDT October 29, 2004

INDIANOLA, Iowa -- President George W. Bush's campaign acknowledged Thursday that it had doctored a photograph used in a television commercial to remove the president and the podium where he was standing. The campaign said the ad will be re-edited and reshipped to TV stations.

 
At October 29, 2004 at 7:51 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Kerry supporters seem to be getting desperate. First Bush was supposed to know that 9-11 was going to happen and did not stop it. Next there were forged documents placed on one of the networks, who after having been proven to be used for a fraud, decided they did NOT have enough time to find out where they came from before the election (which they had hoped to influence with the documents). Now an accusation is made that a "Wire" was used after the debates had finished. These same debates that they said Kerry won easily due to Bush's stumbling. Please explain how a wire could have been present if Bush failed so miserably? Furthermore, just how was this "Wire" helping Bush if it did exist? Was there an ear piece in his ear, or is the photo showing that still being worked on? Oh, perhaps Bush is an alien from another planet and does not need an ear piece because he has mental telepathy?

 
At October 29, 2004 at 8:02 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

>
>
> Naw. XM radio. The shrub is trying to look serious and follow the
> conversation -- all the while listening to hip hop. And you wondered why
> this genius always has the deer-in-the-headlights look :-).
>
>

 
At October 29, 2004 at 8:57 AM, Blogger Political Commentator said...

http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/c/a/2004/10/29/BUGOT9I4QS1.DTL

Must read

 
At October 29, 2004 at 9:00 AM, Blogger Political Commentator said...

WIRE DEMONSTRATED IN ARTICLE"

Meanwhile, Georges de Paris, who has been tailoring suits for every president since Lyndon Johnson, obligingly demonstrated for the Hill newspaper in Washington how the jacket Bush was wearing could have gotten bunched up in the back.

"The same thing will happen anytime you cross your arms like Bush did," he was quoted as saying. "It causes the back of the jacket to pucker along the seam."

Woodside isn't so sure. He pointed at a picture from the debate, in which the material of the president's jacket appears taut and unpuckered.

"Here's the receiver," Woodside said, tracing the outline of the rectangular bulge on Bush's back. "Here's the antenna," he said, moving his finger along what appears to be a line from the bulge to Bush's right shoulder.

Woodside nodded to himself. "My gut tells me he's got something on him."


"

 
At October 29, 2004 at 9:53 AM, Blogger Political Commentator said...

http://blog.democrats.com/node/41

Updated

 
At October 29, 2004 at 10:04 AM, Blogger Political Commentator said...

Colin Green - 2004-10-29 11:02 AM - Bush conspiracy theory details filled out.Further reading on this growing controversy

 
At October 29, 2004 at 11:58 AM, Blogger Political Commentator said...

From the newsgropus:


"

A Japanese scientist recently invented this technology for use in cell phones. A transducer utilizes the body bone structure allowing messages to be transmitted to the ear via physical vibrations within the bone structure itself, thereby eliminating any external audible audio transfer. Only the person utilizing such a device can hear the transmitted message.

One would imagine that "hearing voices" in this manner, during a (so called) "debate", would tend to make a person confused and somewhat disconcerted. This may explain Bush's displayed profile during the debate. But then again, maybe he's demon possessed as well (smile).


"

 
At October 29, 2004 at 12:19 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

http://www.lucianne.com/threads2.asp?artnum=179584


NASA photo analyst: Bush wore a device during debate
Salon, by Kevin Berger

Original Article

Posted By:ForNow, 10/29/2004 12:53:59 PM

George W. Bush tried to laugh off the bulge. "I don't know what that is," he said on "Good Morning America" on Wednesday, referring to the infamous protrusion beneath his jacket during the presidential debates. "I'm embarrassed to say it's a poorly tailored shirt." Dr. Robert M. Nelson, however, was not laughing.

 
At October 29, 2004 at 12:23 PM, Blogger Political Commentator said...

Election night coverage raises questions-----------------------------------------------------------
But even then, we couldn't always trust our eyes. When some viewers spied that cigarette pack-sized lump between Bush's shoulder blades during the first debate, it triggered wild speculation that he was wired up to get cues from an offstage adviser. Or was it just a pucker in the fabric of his jacket?

Of course, that mystery was forgotten by the third debate, when both Bush and Kerry were repeating their stock phrases so faithfully they might have been lip-synching to a prerecorded backing track. (Ashlee Simpson for president when she's old enough?)

 
At October 29, 2004 at 1:05 PM, Blogger Political Commentator said...

From the newsgroups:

"
If Bush had needed a "wire" to have things communicated to him during the debate, he certainly didn't need to have one showing. There are earpieces that would let him hear anything he'd need to without showing, and would only be visible if you looked in the ear with a
scope of the type doctors use. There probably are some so small even they couldn't see them with that equipment. The object behind the tie? I don't know what it might have been, but if he adjusted his tie and
exposed it, you can bet it was some kind of signal to someone.
"

 
At October 29, 2004 at 2:32 PM, Blogger scubed said...

Does President Bush have serious heart disease?
An internationally recognized NASA photo analyst, as reported in Salon.com, has provided clear evidence that Bush wore something under his jacket during the first debate. I urge you to look at a photo of the Lifecor defibrillator vest, a wearable defibrillator for people with "serious heart disease". While the details in the photo on Lifecor's site are not very clear, this site, which shows a schematic of the Lifecor vest, seems to show the distinct T shape that Dr. Nelson observed in his enhanced photos:
http://www.fda.gov/cdrh/mda/docs/p010030.html

The vest explains the two wires seem by some, as it has straps over both shoulders, and a wire to the waist belt. In support of this idea, recall that Bush did not take his annual physical this August, had several falls this year, an odd incident with a pretzel, and his father has an irregular heart beat. Such a condition is often hereditary, can lead to a stroke, or death if not treated. As there are only a few days before the election, it is crucial that the American people learn the truth.
S S Sachs

 
At October 29, 2004 at 3:07 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

It's a flak vest the Secret Service makes him wear. What kind of a moron are you? Don't you have anything better to do than this? Why don't you go out and pound the pavement for the other guy if you don't like Mr. Bush?

You are too stupid to vote :-)

 
At October 29, 2004 at 6:33 PM, Blogger Political Commentator said...

From the newsgroups:

"
They don't consider it lying. Bush's idea of 'truth' is different from ours. We make up our minds based on perceptions and facts. Bush mkes up his mind first, then looks at the facts. He rejects the acts that don't fit his decision. Then if there aren't enough facts lft to support the decision, he'll make up new facts.

Ten years of right-wing talk radio has brainwashed a goodly portion of Americans to think this way too. Limbaugh, O'Reilly, Hannity et al show only the facts that support their argument and, where necessary,
fabricate the rest. Their definition of 'lie' is a fact, true or not, that doesn't support their argument.
"

 
At October 29, 2004 at 6:36 PM, Blogger Political Commentator said...

Response to post directly above:

That is why this elections is a watershed.

We either allow ourselves to devolve into a culture of cover up and cheating, especially only facing trouble when you are caught or don't have money.

 
At October 29, 2004 at 6:46 PM, Blogger Political Commentator said...

From the Newsgroups:

"
No need to imagine. Just look at what's happened to our
country in the last four years... Record budget deficits, record trade deficits, unprecedented terrorist attacks, no apprehension of anyone responsible for masterminding or financing the attacks,
bashing women's reproductive rights, bashing gays, bashing American workers by trying to eliminate overtime pay while rewarding corporations for outsourcing American jobs, and on and on. Bush's presidency has been exactly what those of us who have more than three brain cells knew what it would be
all along. A complete disaster. If it weren't for his relentless fear and war mongering Bush's approval ratings would be hovering around single digits by now.
"

Again, its this blind faith we see, a seeming religious view towards a political party. What you mention above is all because of a lack of scrutiny WITHIN the Republican party. On the outside we are informed. We must reach out to the other side with responsible words and logic. That eventually wins friends on the right -at least to rip out the corruption.

 
At October 29, 2004 at 7:01 PM, Blogger Political Commentator said...

scubed:

I revist that idea about once a day.

The think which troubles me about it at this moment is that you dont see the the little adjustable units right where his shoulder blades would be.

On the other hands that square is darn near the size shape and position of the other one. I am actively searching for a candidate and going to try a mathematical analysis to try and fit it to Bush's body and see if it matches.....

 
At October 29, 2004 at 7:34 PM, Blogger Political Commentator said...

MUST READ: Bush Busted by NASA Photo Analyst - Kari Chisholm------------------------------------------------Well, now it appears that one of the most respected scientists in the photo analysis field has determined conclusively: Bush had some sort of artificial device under his coat.

 
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