Americas Watchdog Says The Feds Bust A Move On 20 Cases Of Swine Flu & Forgets 100,000's Of US Homeowners Living With Toxic Chinese Drywall

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Americas Watchdog has been leading a national, & state by state investigation of toxic Chinese drywall. Toxic Chinese drywall corrodes copper, and other metals, and exposure is making 100,000's of US homeowners really sick. The Obama Administration's Consumer Product Safety Commission has just announced a two month plan to, "investigate the problem," after a closed door meeting. According to Americas Watchdog, "toxic Chinese drywall exposure is putting 100,000's of US homeowners & their families at extreme risk, and the best the Obama Administration can do is a two month study, involving questionnaires? What if this was the 20 cases of reported swine flu?" If a homeowner in Florida, or any other state lives in a sub division, or condominium, where toxic Chinese has been discovered, please call the Homeowners Consumer Center at 866-714-6466, or contact the group at their web site at Http://HomeownersConsumerCenter.Com

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We need a larger sub division in Fort Myers or Cape Coral to allow us to have a real national press conference about this national disaster, in their club house, or in a near by hotel.

According to Americas Watchdog, "100,000's of US homeowners and their families are living in homes, that might contain a ticking time bomb, called toxic Chinese drywall & we are worried about 20 cases of swine flu?. We need a town hall meeting in South Florida, so we can educate Florida & the nation about the worst national environmental disaster ever, that affects up to a million innocent US citizens. President Obama, the US Congress, & the national TV networks/press will be invited." Americas Watchdog is inviting homeowners in larger sub divisions in Fort Myers, or Cape Coral Florida, whose communities contain toxic Chinese drywall to call the group at 866-714-6466, to coordinate a national show & tell in their subdivision or community. "We need a larger sub division in Fort Myers or Cape Coral to allow us to have a real national press conference about this national disaster, in their club house, or in a near by hotel."

Why a national town hall meeting in South Florida involving homeowners in subdivisions and condominiums? "South Florida is infested with toxic Chinese drywall, so a national show & tell will be a decisive way to educate Florida, the nation, the US Congress & President, about this potentially lethal building product. We need leaders in subdivisions to step up to the plate, to get some help for themselves, their neighbors, & other victims around the nation." For more information homeowners in South Florida subdivisions, condominiums, and or single family homes, who have toxic Chinese drywall in their homes should contact the Homeowners Consumer Center at 866-714-6466, or contact the group at Http://HomeownersConsumerCenter.com.

So What is the big deal about imported toxic Chinese drywall? "Hundreds of thousands of American homeowners in most, if not all US states, may now be living in a toxic home, or building worth nothing, because of toxic Chinese drywall. They are in many cases sick. They are all innocent victims, and they need our nations help now."

  • Americas Watchdog & its Homeowners Consumer Center are convinced that in Florida alone, there are 150,000+ new, or remodeled homes, or condominiums with toxic Chinese drywall. Other states with significant quantities of toxic Chinese drywall include Georgia, Virginia, Texas, Colorado, the Carolina's, Nevada, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama and other US States. The group is saying, "its time for the Obama Administration & the US Congress to get their act together, on the national toxic Chinese drywall disaster, & a two month questionnaire is a joke, and an insult to 100,000's, of at risk American families."

What is known about toxic Chinese drywall? It was first imported to the US in 2001, it is toxic enough to corrode copper, & other metals. In humans, exposure to toxic Chinese drywall is causing upper respiratory issues, severe headaches, nose bleeds, rashes, severe allergy type symptoms, for many of the occupants, who live in these homes. Exposure to the gasses emitted by toxic Chinese drywall may also cause electronic failures in TV sets, DVD players, LID displays, light bulb failures, air conditioning failures, etc. According to Americas Watchdog, "the $64,000 question is will short, or long term exposure to toxic Chinese drywall kill US citizens, their children, loved ones, or give them cancer?"

  • "There are no real testing protocols, we don't even know how to fix these homes, or if in fact they are salvageable, & the best the US Consumer Products Safety Commission can do is come up with a questionnaire, sponsored in part by the homebuilders, who installed the toxic Chinese drywall, in a process that could take months, and months, and months?"

Americas Watchdog considers the toxic Chinese drywall issue the absolute worst environmental disaster for US homeowners in history, that will involve most, if not all US States. Since South Florida is totally infested with this toxic building product product, the group is inviting homeowners in all subdivisions, condominiums, or single family homes in Southwest Florida, where toxic Chinese drywall has been installed to participate in a town hall meeting in Fort Myers or Cape Coral, Florida, so the nation can learn more about this disaster. The group believes the toxic Chinese drywall fix will have to involve a Congressional rescue plan. For more information homeowners in South Florida, or any other state can contact the Homeowners Consumer Center and 866-714-6466, or contact them via their web site at Http://HomeownersConsumerCenter.com.

Americas Watchdog & its Homeowners Consumer Center are all about homeowner protection & corporate responsibility.

A note from Americas Watchdog, "On Saturday, April 25th, an older woman in Florida called me weeping. She had just discovered toxic Chinese drywall in her home. Aside from being worried about now having a home worth zero, she was very concerned about her health. There currently is no federal help for the 100,000's of victims like this. It is astounding that the US Consumer Products Safety Commission does not even mention toxic Chinese drywall on its web site," says the group. According to Americas Watchdog, "While I am not the best messenger, I will not stop trying to help the 100,000's of victims in Florida, and in every other US State, now at risk . As I looked around there were no other volunteers. I will not back down for these innocent homeowners."

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