The waitresses wear the sort of nurses uniform youd expect to see in a Carry On film. Only an idiot would confuse them with a real nurse. At the beginning of September 2006, Daniel Christl, an assistant attorney general representing the Arizona State Board of Nursing, wrote to Mr. Basso to tell him that his staff couldnt call themselves nurses unless they held a licence issued by the state.
Mr. Basso added the disclaimer: The Government Requires Us To Inform You That Our Nurses Do Not Actually Have Any Accredited Medical Training to his website and added a link to a copy of Mr. Christls letter.
with the tag lines: Have you ever wondered why your taxes are so high?
Have you ever wondered how government workers waste all of your hard earned money?
The disclaimer satisfied the AGs office but someone else who didnt get the Heart Attack Grill, Sandy Summers, who runs the Center for Nursing Advocacy of Baltimore, started an independent campaign to stop the HAG from using comic opera nurses as the serving staff. Mr. Summers claimed that the HAG was contributing to a global public health crisis caused by a shortage of real nurses.
Mr. Summers started a letter-writing campaign and tried to persuade real nurses to hand out protest fliers at the HAG. All he managed to achieve was A) persuade real people what he was a humorless slave to politically correctness and B) do Dr. Jons business a lot of good.
This touching story strikes a particular note of sympathy here in Britain, where we are overrum by politically correct idiots after 11 years encouragement from the New Labour Project.