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What is the Ready Reserve Corps?

Discussion in 'The Okie Corral' started by Kozel, Mar 29, 2010.

  1. Kozel

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    This is a U.S. Public Health program administered by the Surgeon General that will commission doctors, nurses, and other healthcare professionals, I believe to assemble a cadre of medical support in case of national disaster. The federal commission will override the need for professionals going to another state that they aren't licensed in, and allow them to aid in the relief effort.
     

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    Where did you get that from? I do not see anything about doctors and nurses. I see “officers of the Ready Reserve Corps shall be appointed by the President”
     
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    From the Retired Officers Association. The Public Health Service Ready Reserve Officer Corps already exists with a strength of 6000 officers. The big difference is that as it now exists, only voluntary recall is possible. This changes it to involuntary recall. It's comprised of physicians, dentists, environmental engineers, nurses and specialists in allied professions who can provide essential surge capacity in response to any threat to national security.
     
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    If it already exists why does it have to be established under this new bill?

    “Sec. 5210. Establishing a Ready Reserve Corps.”
     
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    To implement involuntary recall.
     
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    I still do not se a word about doctors and nurses. Only “national emergencies and public health crises” which can be just about anything and require any kind of “officers”.
     
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    I know you reeeeeaaaaally want this to be a horrible afront to American liberty and the USA as a whole entity but, hhb is right. The RRC has existed for quite some time and if you read the law you'll see that it deals solely with involuntary recall.

    It's actually a good thing for a lot of people.

    There is no national conspiracy to implement a "Hitler youth" and, in fact, when suggest such inane things it only trivializes the actual atrocities carried out by the Nazis.

    I want you to notice something in the law you posted:
    The RRC is over 60 years old.
     
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    I do not know what you reeeeeeally want. All I wonder about is this, supposedly 60 y. o. program being established again under this new bill. Why?

    Section 5b talk about assimilating old program into new one so whatever you say about old program does not apply anymore. It is now part of the new one established under the Dear Leader.

    Not to make any conclusions and drawing parallels here but there was an SA before the SS. ( I bet this will throw your conspiratorial mind into an overdrive:cool:)