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August 12, 2013

Report: 'U.S. Pays $1.5 Mil to Help Brazilian Women Quit Smoking'

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No, I didn't just make this up. The story's for real.

The U.S. government is actually paying a Brazilian-born researcher who runs minority health programs at a public university in Alabama to help women quit smoking in her native country.

And for our $1.5 million, we're suppose to gain "An understanding of women and their tobacco-related issues" as well as the "development of gender-relevant tobacco control efforts" ... as though we should give a crap about such nonsense for people that "chose" to smoke. After all, isn't women's "choice" what liberal-progressives are so big on? Or does that just have to do with killing unborn and just-born children!

Via Judicial Watch:

[...] At the University of Alabama Scarinci is a preventative medicine expert who specializes in reaching out to "at-risk populations." As part of her duties she operates several publicly-funded initiatives to promote healthy lifestyles and disease prevention among "Latino immigrants and African Americans in underserved rural communities." This likely includes illegal aliens.

The Obama administration has made minority health a huge priority and has funded projects accordingly through different federal agencies, including the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) as well as the NIH, which annually doles out north of $31 billion to hundreds of thousands of researchers at thousands of universities and institutions around the globe. ...

I'd say no worries ... it's only money, but it's OUR money and the Obama administration is spending money (that we don't have - like it grows on trees.

Posted by Hyscience at August 12, 2013 4:56 PM

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