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Tuesday, October 26, 2021

Tell 'im how you really feel, Micki

Micki Jeans is a CT technologist and works for Ballad Health of Tennessee. Up until October 31, that is, when she will resign. She gave two weeks’ notice directly to Alan Levine, executive chairman, president, and chief executive officer of Ballad Health. 

In her nine-page letter of resignation, Jeans gave her reasons: Levine sold out, and in good conscience and as a Christian, she can’t work for him anymore:
-Philip

18 comments:

  1. Sorry, Micki Jeans used way too many religious references in her argument for pointing out the douchebagery of this guy. Being a veteran, she should only have had to argue for the rights we are endowed with in this country in order to make her point. Religion muddies the water on things like this.

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    1. Words whether spoken or written to a Liberal are about as effective as tossing marshmallows at a charging elephant. But at least it made her feel better.

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    2. I disagree. This nation was founded on freedom of religion and she has every right and duty to speak her mind. Her snippets of her letter were very well written. I love the fact that she called out her boss that is a so-called Christian. There are way too many of wishy washy Christians put there that don't have the faith and balls to actually fight for what is right. Kind of like RINOS that are spineless POS^s. Kudos to her and I hope there are many more just like her. Hybo

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    3. I respectfully disagree Rayvet. I see religious conviction downplayed and apologized for when it shouldn't be. Too a person of faith, it matters deeply when someone uses that faith as a shield for misdeeds. A yardstick of some kind has to be used and a person of faith uses their conviction as such. In my opinion, it's just as valid as any other opinion.

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    4. The target of the missive claimed a personal relationship with Jesus Christ. If true, hitting him at the religious level was a good and solid tactic.

      Frankly, when a pro-abortionist politician (Pelosi, Biden, etc) claim to be good Catholics, the correct answer is to excommunicate them for violating a pretty central tenant of the Catholic faith. Sure, it won't mean anything to a non-Catholic, but in theory it should to the Catholic.

      So, in this case, hitting a person claiming to not only be a Christian, but one that has a personal relationship with Christ, about the head and shoulders with how they are violating their own faith is a very good tactic.

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    5. She was simply stating her rationale and beliefs which is if I'm not mistaken, is number one of those rights that you referenced. God bless her and more power to her and others...we sorely need more on our side just like her. FYI, I would have just told that sellout bastard to fuck off and die!

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    6. "Frankly, when a pro-abortionist politician (Pelosi, Biden, etc) claim to be good Catholics, the correct answer is to excommunicate them for violating a pretty central tenant of the Catholic faith."

      Sorry, but The Church doesn't believe in any of that evil Xtianist bullshit, either. Communism, Gaia worship, Islam fellating and kiddie diddling - now THAT's a religion!
      - Pope "Red" Francis

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  2. "Alan Levine" doesn't sound like a Christian name...

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    1. That's okay, he's not acting like one either. Given that he's solidly inside the Bible Belt, it would make sense that he claimed to be not only a Christian, but one with a personal relationship to Christ, even if he was a Satan worshiper (no, I don't know what his actual religion is -- but claiming "Christian" in that area of the country is a good maneuver).

      This is much like in the 1970s, Jimmy Carter claimed to be a God-fearing baptist. For those that didn't follow along, the former president left his church because of politics. Jimmy Carter valued his politics more than his church; he valued his party more than his God. Some of us thought he was a hypocritical S.O.B. back when he was running in '76.

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  3. That right there is the problem:
    * Acting all reasonable, confronting insanity with rational.
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    TheHive has zero-zero-zero interest in your reasons for resisting assimilation.

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  4. She calls out hospitals and medical groups pushing the dangerous, deadly and evil jabs FOR MONEY! Doctors and hospitals who signed the contracts for these nanobot kill shots agreed to push the jabs and agreed to not treat patients with safer, inexpensive, proven effective, life-saving medicine! IOW: they are complicit in the deaths and suffering. They violated their oath to do no harm FOR MONEY and to spare their licenses=practice.

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  5. I am a Christian, who is more devoted to God than I express. But I don't make a big deal out of it, usually. Unless someone asks, I don't us it as a stick to beat someone over the head. But I am always ready to tell someone about God, if they ask.
    The thing is, this hospital administer has shown by the way he lives his life that he either is not a Christian, or that he has some kind of trouble in his heart, that is causing him to struggle with how he lives his life. But we must remember that living a good, decent life is but one thing that can sometimes show that a Christian does to show that they are changed by having Christ as part of his life.
    I think that this woman did a good thing, in writing this letter to him, if for no other reason than to help herself process what she is going through. But it might also help her former boss rethink his whole style of leading the hospital, and of treating people. That is the hope, and what her goal should be in writing this letter.

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    1. And it’s exactly what both the Lord and the apostle Paul told us to do with fellow Christians who have failed to do what’s right.

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  6. Micki would be smart not to get into a life boat with that clown if there is only one life preserver on board.

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  7. She's not real. Do 2 minutes of research on Google or anything else. The letter was written by someone trying to influence us

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    1. So why didn't you provide us with the research that you did if you think she's not real?

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