we move to canada
Every time someone lets a food or pharmaceutical sector regulate themselves, people start getting sick and dying. But pattern recognition doesn't seem to be high up in priorities...This past week, the Bush Admin finally officially banned a small beef-producing company from testing 100% of its cows for Mad Cow Disease, forcing it to restrict its testing to not more than 1% of its cows, on the grounds that 100% testing would force other companies to have to actually test their meat -- and that's just not fair.
I clicked.I enjoyed.Thanks, L-Girl, that's great ! ! ! !
Every time someone lets a food or pharmaceutical sector regulate themselves, people start getting sick and dying.Yes indeed. You can count on it.But pattern recognition doesn't seem to be high up in priorities...Nothing's more important than profit.
Thanks Bob :)
But pattern recognition doesn't seem to be high up in priorities...Oh, I'm sure they're well aware of the patterns -- since they work so hard to make sure that no one else sees them....I want to meet Bob's dog!
The only downside I see to this idea is that we have to pay postage to mail stuff to Harper c/o the Conservative Party headquarters, whereas it is always FREE to mail anything to a Member of Parliament at their House of Commons address. Really, anything. Check out the veggie-friendly food mail-in idea at http://www.homesnotbombs.ca/foodnotbombsafghan.htm aka Zucchinis for Peace (brought to you by the previously mentioned creative activism genius Matthew Behrens).
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