Mental Health Parity Bill Alert-URGENT

 

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US House to Vote on Financial Bailout Bill which was added to the Mental Health Parity  Bill 
 

 
As you  may know, the US Senate passed this bill. Now it heads to the House of Representatives  where  a vote is expected tomorrow – Friday  Oct 3, 2008!    The financial bail out language was added to  the parity bill.   

 call  to your US Representative is needed immediately.  

Remember: All the attention right now is on the bail out, not on mental health parity.  If you simply call a legislative aide and say, “We don’t want this mental health parity bill to pass,” you are likely to get the answer that the House isn’t considering mental health parity, they are considering the Bail Out bill.   
 
Therefore, to keep the message simple, the easiest thing to do would be to call in opposing the bail out because you don’t want mental health parity.  NO to HR 1424!  Get your friends to call!! 

 
If this bill passes, it may lead to insurers being required to cover treatment for “disorders” included in psychiatry’s billing bible, theDiagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM)  such as  “spelling disorder,” “nicotine use or withdrawal,” “mathematics disorder,” “oppositional defiant disorder” and “sibling rivalry disorder.”   All of which will obviously lead to – more psychiatric drugging! 
 

Go here: http://www.house.gov to find your US House Representative and call, e-mail or fax a message or all three! 

 
  

R

One response to this post.

  1. I had to break from Psych news for a few days. I ran out of Air Sickness bags, so this is the 1st I’ve heard. These morons have already air braked the economy with $4.50 gas, so now they’re going to jump start their Own economies by Poisoning even More Americans into cripples and corpses.

    “I never can think of Judas Iscariot without losing my temper. To my mind Judas Iscariot was nothing but a low, mean, premature, Congressman.”

    Mark Twain – “Foster’s Case”, New York Tribune, 3/10/1873

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