February 19, 2011
Solidarity Forever

From the Associated Press:

Doctors from numerous hospitals set up a station near the Capitol to provide notes covering public employees’ absences. Family physician Lou Sanner, 59, of Madison, said he had given out hundreds of notes. Many of the people he spoke with seemed to be suffering from stress, he said.

“What employers have a right to know is if the patient was assessed by a duly licensed physician about time off of work,” Sanner said. “Employers don’t have a right to know the nature of that conversation or the nature of that illness. So it’s as valid as every other work note that I’ve written for the last 30 years.”


adoc1.jpg

Webding3.jpg

Posted by Jerome Doolittle at February 19, 2011 04:38 PM
Email this entry to:


Your email address:


Message (optional):


Comments

Believe this has been solidly debunked already. Apparently agent provocateurs in white lab coats were video taped talking to people, ala
attack on Planned Parenthood.

No signatures or medical slips were ever turned up.

It's the propaganda that counts. Lies equal truth if repeated by AP.

Posted by: e on February 20, 2011 3:19 PM
Post a comment
Name:


Email Address:


URL:


Comments:


Remember info?