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Email prompts questions

LJ-SEC: (ORIGINALLY POSTED BY [info]shapeshft)

A friend sent me an email recently which read:

Subject: The Town of Allopath

It's really difficult to watch but the final message is certainly worth while. Have patience, not patients.

Your friend [deleted] wants you to see this highly entertaining presentation with an important message.

Just click on the link below or copy & paste this web address below into your browser to begin.

Begin the "Welcome to the Town of Allopath" Presentation

www.mercola.com/townofallopath/index.htm


After the video, you're asked to sign up to receive free newsletters from Mercola.com. I've never heard of this company and had no idea what they were selling. Turns out the site is only tenuously connected with the subject of the little video they're using as a "hook". A google search revealed these:
* On its founder
* On a sociopolitical group the founder is closely associated with

The association in particular seems worth mentioning here, as they seem bent on a strictly pro-life, free market Neocon approach which is also apparently tied up with religion.

Does anybody else have info about either the Association of American Physicians and Surgeons or Mercola? Is the Association of American Physicians and Surgeons dominionist or just Neocon and fundamentalist?

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