[OANDP-L] ACA Mission Statement
t-barr at t-barr.com
Thu Jul 5 18:27:47 PDT 2001
Your issues are old ones that have been beat to death and tend to divide unity.
My e-mail address is foundation at t-barr.com
I wont revert on this important AMP-L discussion .There is too much at stake. Providing prosthetic health care is an honorable profession. Taking shots at them profession will not only help but hurt our efforts !
I had hoped you were more diplomatic by reading less recent e-mauls!
Take it private or take it to OANDP-L, whereyou can face your enemy, get it George!?
----- Original Message -----
From: "George Boyer" <feenix2 at bellsouth.net>
To: "Amputee Information Network" <amp-l at u.washington.edu>
Sent: Friday, July 06, 2001 9:38 PM
Subject: Re: [OANDP-L] ACA Mission Statement
> Discussing 'privately' will get us nowhere....NOWHERE, get it Tony!
> Please read more carefully: I always take pains to speak to the
> professional stalwarts who clearly are as pained as we are with the
> prevailing situation. But mark my word.....they KNOW which way it must
> go.....and the effort WILL go in the direction of true professionalism,
> sooner rather than later (hopefully). But it will not move without the
> impetus of recognition of the gross flaws we are presently saddled
> with. Speak out Tony, you too....and please read carefully what I post.
> George B.
> ps - your memory re Florida regulation has to be in
> error......substantiate please. A union of amputees could indeed be a
> positive force. gb.
> Tony Barr wrote:
> > George- we have to be constructive not destructive in comments and
> > actions to initiate reform.Exclaiming " UNION,UNION" and generalizing
> > that all practitioners in this profession are hucksters is not only
> > incorrect but destructive to consumer efforts toward meaningful
> > reform.If I recall you weren't exactly supportive of Florida's
> > regulation effort before the bill was
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