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    December 23, 2013


    Alan Hirsch

    David, just saw your Dec. 23 Gallup poll piece in which "nurses" were ranked very high for trust. The Gallup poll itself should be ranked at the bottom for trust.

    Someone should tell the Gallup poll that "nurses" as a group have been known to murder more people than just about any other job classification.

    Public relations people don't kill you, they just aggravate you, torture you, or bullshit you, when one considers their downside. As for nurses, the bad ones play for keeps. Weirdo nurses have been known to eliminate their patients in great numbers. No other group comes close to evil nurses who know more about poisons and murdering patients than your doctor or your local independent pharmacist.

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