Dr. Robert W. Christensen–Videos

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A Open Letter To The President

 

Open Letter To The President Number Two

 

Obama, What Are You Thinking? Part-1

 

Obama, What Are You Thinking? Part-2

 

Obama, What Are You Thinking? Part-3

 

Obama, What Are You Thinking? Part-4

 

Obama, What Are You Thinking? Part-5

 

Obama, What Are You Thinking? Part-6

 

Obama, What Are You Thinking? Part-7

 

Obama, What Are You Thinking? Part-8

 

Obama, What Are You Thinking? Part-9

 

Obama, What Are You Thinking? Part-10

 

Obama, What Are You Thinking? Part-11

 

Obama, What Are You Thinking? Part-12

 

Obama, What Are You Thinking? Part-13:
Should Impeachment Be Considered?

 

Obama, What Are You Thinking? Part 14:HEALTHCARE REFORM? GIVE ME A BREAK!

 

Obama, What Are You Thinking? Part-16: Obama, We Dont Want Your Healthcare

 

Obamas Reaction Time Is Slow and Ineffectual!

 

Can We Impeach The U.S. Congress and Obama?

 

The Christensen TMJ Implants Partial & Total Joint

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u6gwYlMjk7k

 

Thou Shall Not Kill, The Unborn Nor The Abortionist

 

Why Are We Allowing Abortionists To Kill Our Children?

 

Dr. Hern, How can You Describe Abortion As An Idea Of Freedom? It is Murder!

 

A Muslim Was The Murderer!

 

Is It Right To Kill?

 

Background Articles and Videos

Dr. Robert W.  Christensen

http://www.tmj.com/about/founder.php

 

The FDA’s Mean Devices

“…What do you do when you’re a small company in Colorado, a federal regulator is after you, and it’s hard to get anyone in Washington to answer your phone calls?

That was the question facing TMJ Implants, whose disagreement with a division of the Food and Drug Administration is due to be decided by agency administrative judge Daniel Davidson in the coming days. The company’s plight is an all too familiar tale of a government bureaucracy’s power to destroy anyone who challenges it.

TMJ Implants produces a single product line — a series of jaw-replacement devices that has been around for decades. The FDA’s Center for Devices and Radiological Health regulates medical devices based on patient outcome data, an inexact science — and here’s where the difficulty comes in.

According to the FDA, the company failed to file the proper paperwork to account for adverse events related to its products. TMJ CEO Robert Christensen disagreed with the division’s finding and followed the prescribed procedures: He appealed the judgment through the FDA’s internal forum, and waited for the case to be heard. And waited. And waited. When he finally heard from the FDA, it was to inform him that the appeal would be rejected because the device division had just filed a $630,000 “civil money penalties” against the company for the same issue that was waiting on appeal.

As it turns out, while the company was waiting for judgment on its appeal, the civil money penalties case was being developed in the FDA’s back room — end-running TMJ’s ability to challenge the complaint. This amounts to a denial of due process that is explicitly written into law to make sure regulatory agencies don’t become unaccountable dictators. …”

http://online.wsj.com/article/SB118272726006246503.html

 

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