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Grinchie Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Wed Sep-09-09 02:51 PM
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110. How about hiring a smart investigator instead of a guy on the payroll of the cabal?
I'm sure there must be one or two that haven't had their careers destroyed by Monsanto of Corporate interests.

No, you'r right, he worked out so well for Clinton and the Big Ag industry, that he's bound to have had an epiphany in the last decade, right?

I saw that post. Monopoly action do not affect the USDA, and I'm sure you can agree with that. Taylor is assigned to Food Safety, yet's he's the guy that foisted the paradigm of "Substantial Equivalence" upon an unsuspecting public. This one act, has prevented labeling of GMO food ingrediants for almost 15 years. You and I are guinea pigs, and if you get a disease, you have no recourse. You are on your own buddy, along with 350 million men, women and children.

You really think that this fight over Universal Healthcare is just to protect the health care industry? Not a chance...

This fight is so fierce because if Universal Health Care were to become law, this would eventually lead to real research into Nutrition, Prevention, Pollution, Clean Air, Water Polutiona, Pesticide, Herbicides, Soil depletion, GMO side effects, etc, etc, etc. These are huge Industries that really like having no rules or regulations when it come to arbitrarily polluting the earth and our bodies, because we have follow on industries like Health Care that treat the symptom, while ignoring the cause.

Monopoly busting is simple economic theory. If they were really concerned with it, they'ed be auditing the Federal Reserve, Fort Knox, and the DoD. Nope, not going there, because it all part of the Fraud.

All long as people have something sweet, salty, crunchy, or filling, they think it's food. It's not food. It's partially nutritious compunds formed in a way to resemble food, or what has been promoted as being modern food.

You stated before that you are not well researched on GMO, or Monsanto's influence over the years, and it's obvious in your lack of passion on this very important matter. I do commend you on you passion regarding Universal Health care however, and it's a good sign that you are waking up to the Fraud inherant in the DLC takeover of the Obama campaign.

Your right, we all still expect and should demand "Change we can believe in" Unfortunately, we haven't gotten what we voted for, and the mish mash of schizophrenia we see in the Democratic party, such as Blue Dogs, and Left, and progressive is just a slick way of manipulating people of different educational backgrounds into be divded, and easily ignored.

They know exactly what they are doing to destroy Universal Health Care. Unfortunately, they are using techniques Compromised by Bush and Rove for the past 8 years, and are desperately seeking a way to shield themselves from losing all support.

You are halfway to the point of becoming wakeful and seeing the charade for what it is. Keep striving for understanding, it will take you places you have never dreamed of when it comes to understanding how adept the Government has been in controlling us over the last 80 years.


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