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Old 04-03-2013, 05:41 PM
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Disgusting, the push to protect and cover for Monsanto and GMO's, while killing us slowly.....

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I've heard rumors that the Monsanto cafeteria and workers refuse to eat the gmo's there.

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That's believable...I would refuse as well, LOL!
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I've seen the article that says exactly that, with a sign saying that Monsanto cares about their employees and so therefore they have the choice of foods to eat in their cafeteria. I signed the petition for the President to repeal/void/veto the "Monsanto Protection Act". I know that's not what it is called but that's what its been called. It gives Monsanto power over the courts. If someone dies from eating GMO foods, the courts can't touch them. You can't sue. If the President didn't know what he was signing, then I'm sure he's heard of it now. Why isn't he doing something about it? And if he didn't know what he was signing that just opens up a whole other can of worms. Why aren't they aware of what they are signing? We've got the peanut gallery running the country. It really upsets me. I know they are not eating this stuff, why do they make us eat it? They make organic and healthy food choices so hard to get/expensive because they make GMO and unhealthy foods packed with hormones, pesticides and antibiotics so cheap, and it's everywhere. It's in everything! I get so mad when every attempt to pass a law making it mandatory for labeling gets shut down. Why do they have to be so evil and greedy? This is something so basic and yet so important. It's our food! Really hard not to sounds like some conspiracy theorist loon, but I think they want us sick so that we buy their drugs to "cure" us. It's all about more money in their pocket. Our quality of life is all but gone, the planet is dying, we are slowly dying and I wonder are we ever going to have someone who is real, someone who truly cares about what the people want, in office at the White House, Congress, Senate? We always have to choose between the lesser of two evils at every election. It just never ends. It's always the same thing. It's just sick. I get angry. I wish we could change things. This is not the world I want to live in and not the one I want to leave for my daughter and for her kids.




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I've seen the article that says exactly that, with a sign saying that Monsanto cares about their employees and so therefore they have the choice of foods to eat in their cafeteria. I signed the petition for the President to repeal/void/veto the "Monsanto Protection Act". I know that's not what it is called but that's what its been called. It gives Monsanto power over the courts. If someone dies from eating GMO foods, the courts can't touch them. You can't sue. If the President didn't know what he was signing, then I'm sure he's heard of it now. Why isn't he doing something about it? And if he didn't know what he was signing that just opens up a whole other can of worms. Why aren't they aware of what they are signing? We've got the peanut gallery running the country. It really upsets me. I know they are not eating this stuff, why do they make us eat it? They make organic and healthy food choices so hard to get/expensive because they make GMO and unhealthy foods packed with hormones, pesticides and antibiotics so cheap, and it's everywhere. It's in everything! I get so mad when every attempt to pass a law making it mandatory for labeling gets shut down. Why do they have to be so evil and greedy? This is something so basic and yet so important. It's our food! Really hard not to sounds like some conspiracy theorist loon, but I think they want us sick so that we buy their drugs to "cure" us. It's all about more money in their pocket. Our quality of life is all but gone, the planet is dying, we are slowly dying and I wonder are we ever going to have someone who is real, someone who truly cares about what the people want, in office at the White House, Congress, Senate? We always have to choose between the lesser of two evils at every election. It just never ends. It's always the same thing. It's just sick. I get angry. I wish we could change things. This is not the world I want to live in and not the one I want to leave for my daughter and for her kids.

I get so ticked off as well...it boils down to "THEM" taking away our FREEDOM OF CHOICE! Food is a basic human need/right.
They ALL know exactly what they are doing and have been for decades...Americans really need to wake up-KNOWLEDGE IS POWER!
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It would serve them right if we all started growing our own food, or fruit and veggies anyway.
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If I had land I would. My dream is to have veggie, fruit, herb garden and Chickens, and a Milking Cow or two.




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We share that same dream. we bought a house 3 yrs ago with almost an acre of "yard" I never had a yard this big! I was so happy. Then I found out that we can't have animals and the yard is wet all the time. I have a few raised beds for veggies and thats all. I am planning on more this yr though



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Yeah, see that's what I want. I want a house out in the country so that I can have animals and a garden, but I have some special needs kids and if anything happened to me, they can't drive themselves to the stores and such. So I worry that if we move to the country we don't have family here and the kids won't have a way to go anyplace. So I am in the city right now. We have a backyard. I'm not sure how big it is, but if I had to guess, it's roughly about 1/4 of an acre, but you can grow a lot on that, maybe not as much to have some for the winter time storage, but you can grow enough to eat when the food comes in. I want to buy this place for the kids and I want to have raised beds and grow dwarf fruit trees in containers so that we can have fruits and vegies too. I can't have animals, but that's okay, I'm not fond of meat anymore anyway. I love vegan and plant based foods, but there are lots of farms here too and farmers markets. I called them to ask if they grow organic or heirloom varieties too. I also asked if they were certified organic, but most of them say they do, and others do not. Doesn't hurt to ask. So I found one I really love, and they have the best tasting produce around here. I just hate it that I don't have a job and I can only purchase a little bit at the first of the month. If I had a good paying job, I would be up there at that farm every week. Right now they have fresh green beans, blueberries, and peaches. I want some so bad.

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