Petition Tag - nancy

1. Bring back Jets to the Philippine Air Force

We just learned that Senator Nancy Binay intends and plans to do away with having jets in the Philippine Air Force and instead use helicopters.

We clearly see that she does not understand what is meant by defense and what we already have in our arsenal.

The Philippine Air Force and Philippine Navy already have a procurement plan to acquire helicopters.

2. Nancy Baraza Must Go

We have all seen and heard the lack of judgment and untoward behaviour from one of the highest regarded and supposedly custodian of the Kenyan Constitution and Law.

It is for this reason WE say such bad manners and behaviour will NOT NOW or in the near FUTURE be tolerated. This is the Kenya WE DO NOT WANT!

Today the Deputy Chief Justice Miss Nancy Baraza wantonly and blatantly pointed a gun to a security officer, tomorrow she will fire it and it could be YOU on the receiving end!!

Such behaviour WILL and CANNOT be accepted, sign the petition NANCY MUST GO!

3. Induct The Crippler into the WWE Hall of Fame

Former WWE Grand Slam Champion Chris Benoit is being unfairly victimised by WWE. After a 20+ career in wrestling they are refusing him entry into the WWE Hall of Fame due to a volatile home life.

Get justice for The Crippler, Daniel & Nancy would want this

4. La sclérose en plaques opérable mais pas au Canada ?

Il existe une opération pour guérir la SP. On pratique déjà cette opération en Pologne, en Italie, en Bulgarie et en Inde. Cette opération fait suite à la recherche du Dr. Paolo Zamboni et son équipe.

La recherche a clairement démontré que la SP était en réalité une maladie vasculaire et non neurologique comme on l'a longtemps cru. En effet, le Dr. Zamboni affirme que la SP est en réalité une maladie vasculaire corroborer par le résultat du doppler,( examen du système vasculaire au niveau du cou )qui démontre que les patients souffrants de SP ont une insuffisance veineuse céphalorachidienne chronique( IVCC ).

Et à l'aide d'une simple angioplastie ( opération courante pour les patients au prise avec des problèmes vasculaires )on rétabli la circulation normale sanguine du cerveau vers le cœur.

Nancy Veilleux

5. Reprimand Nancy Grace

Nancy Grace on the popular Court TV has taken it upon herself to accuse Scott Peterson of being "on his way" to kill Amber Frye because he had a shovel and rope in his car. This is blatant slander and she should be reprimanded and /or brought up on slander charges.

This woman needs to learn not to force her twisted, biased opinions down everyone's throats and not to accuse people of crimes just because she feels like it.

6. Sid Vicious was innocent!

A petition to prove the innocence of Sid Vicious.

7. House Judiciary Committee vote on SCNT

The House Judiciary Committee on Wednesday, February 12, is
expected to vote on legislation, H.R. 534, by Rep. Dave Weldon (R-FL)
regarding human cloning.

The bill, as currently written, would ban human reproductive cloning, but would also halt promising embryonic stem cell research, because the bill imposes criminal penalties on researchers who use SCNT technology
to produce stem cells for research. The bill applies to privately funded
research as well as publicly funded research.

SCNT involves removing the nucleus of an unfertilized egg cell, replacing it with the material from the nucleus of a "somatic cell" (a skin, heart, or nerve cell, for example), and stimulating this cell to begin
dividing. Once the cell begins dividing, stem cells can be extracted
5-6 days later and used for research.

Most scientists believe that stem cells derived from SCNT could be very important in the development of measures to prevent or treat

Most U.S. House members have supported embryonic stem cell research and want to see its potential benefits maximized. H.R.534's ban on SCNT would mean that researchers would be unable to fully maximize embryonic stem cell research opportunities.

Rep. Zoe Lofgren (D-CA) will offer an amendment to make an exception to the bill to ensure that the penalties in the bill do not apply to the use of SCNT to produce stem cells. However, the bill would continue to ban human reproductive cloning.

Ask the Member to support stem cell research by voting for the Lofgren amendment.

P.S. We also thought you may be interested in the following letter
recently sent by former First Lady Nancy Reagan to Sen. Orrin Hatch (R-UT), expressing her opposition to a ban on SCNT to produce stem cells.

Office of Nancy Reagan January 29, 2003
Dear Orrin,
As you may know, Ronnie will observe his ninety second birthday soon. In earlier times, we would have been able to celebrate that day with great joy
and wonderful memories of our life together. Now, while I can draw strength from these memories, I do it alone, as Ronnie struggles in a world
unknown to me or the scientists who devote their lives to Alzheimer's
research. Because of this, I am determined to do what I can to save other families from this pain.
I'm writing, therefore, to offer my support for stem cell research and to
tell you I'm in favor of new legislation to allow the ethical use of
therapeutic cloning. Like you, I support a complete ban on reproductive
cloning. However, I believe that embryonic stem cell research, under
appropriate guidelines, may provide our scientists with many answers
that are now beyond our grasp.
Orrin, there are so many diseases than can be cured, or at least helped,
that we can't turn our back on this. We've lost so much time already. I
can't bear to lose any more.


The Honorable Orrin Hatch
United States Senate
104 Hart Senate Office Building
Washington, D.C. 20510