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Nov
30

look at what huffington post allows: PURE BULLSHIT FROM THE PIGS AT THE TROUGH IN WASHINGTON:

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2010/11/30/senate-passes-sweeping-fo_n_789771.html

THIS BILL  S510- WHICH PASSED MAKES IT ILLEGAL FOR YOU TO GROW A GARDEN!!  THIS IS A PURELY NAZI LAW THAT HELPS MONSTANTO POISON CHILDREN–OF COURSE ITS CALLED THE FOOD ‘SAFETY’ ACT TOO!  EVERY SINGLE LAW MAKER NEEDS TO BE VOTED OUT AND REPLACED WITH A CITIZEN!  horde heirloom seeds and give them out for xmas gifts–unless you want your family to eat plastic poison that resembles food.  

Comments

  1. It sounds like it’s going to be against the law to be healthy. Can you imagine that? It’s hard wrap your head around that it is for real.

  2. if they cared at all about our safety, they’d have dealt with monsanto years ago, right? this is just ridiculous. there’s no way to prevent the cancer they’ve been feeding us. DOWN WITH OUR SENATE, WHO ARE MAKING SURE THERE’S NO WAY TO AVOID THE CANCER THE MONSANTO FAMILY FEEDS US

  3. dashus christ says:

    WAR NOW!_ _ _ _ _ _on these little Plastic gubnit ghouls!

  4. “The Food Safety Modernization Act would strengthen the power of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, which oversees 80 percent of the nation’s food supply, vastly improving its ability to ensure safety.”
    FDA? Safety? Yeah RIGHT.
    How could this JUST happen? Will there be a backlash from more than 10,000 people? Would lamestream media even cover it if there was?
    INSANITY.

  5. The House passed its version of the bill with bipartisan support back in July 2009, but the legislation hit a roadblock in the Senate. The newest version includes few changes beyond an amendment by Sen. Jon Tester (D-Mont.) to exempt small farmers from new controls if they sell directly to consumers and bring in less than $500,000 in annual sales. (While major agricultural groups don’t want small growers to have any less regulation than they do, small producers counter they don’t get thousands of people sick if they have an outbreak.)
    won’t this save the farmer’s markets, or am i naive?