More speculation about the bulge. <br><br>http://www.lifecor.com/about_lifevest/when_to_use.asp<br><br><br><br>The LifeVest was designed as an intermediate-term treatment option for people at high risk for sudden cardiac arrest (SCA)... ...it continuously monitors the heart and is designed to provide prompt defibrillation when needed. <br><br>
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Matt, I've been pretty much tongue-in-cheek about this thing over the past couple weeks. I happen to agree with you that the accusations are a bit wild. If I had to bet on it I wouldn't bet that Bush is really receiving instructions from Rove or Cheney<br><br>BUT, there most definitely is something there. You do have eyes, right? So, the questions are, what is it and why is he wearing it? I can think of a few logical devices, other than a receiver.<br><br>1. protective armor<br>2. health device<br>3. GPS or something similar.<br><br>The only thing the white house has been straight about is that it is NOT protective armor and it is not an audio receiver. Ok, fine, what is it then? If its a health related device (like Gary's picture) then why not say so? Cheney has heart problems, Kerry has cancer, there is no reason to hide that.<br><br>A secret service location device seems more likely than a health device (IMO), but the location doesn't make sense. Also, like a health device, there is no reason to hide that either. All the White House will say is that it is "rumpled fabric" and that nothing is there. That's B.S. and all you have to do is look at some of the photos to see that.<br><br>So, why won't they say what it is? Their answer they give is that they don't want to stoop to the level of the conspiracy bloggers. That also isn't logical, because this is starting to get a lot of coverage and the longer it continues the more people will believe it. I don't know what it is, but the administration should tell us why our president is wearing some sort of bulky device on his back.
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