A New " War" on..........ya ready ?

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    Well Obama only had about a dozen or two industries he has attacked. He's racing full speed to be the next Jimma Carta. Can we get someone with a pulse to face him. Palin would be my choice for the comedy and the $ for me being in oil. But I don't see her beating him.
     
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    It's about time we confronted that damned farm dust. Way overdue.
     
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    A war on beets would be welcome as well.
     
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    Another "War" another "Crisis." That's how it's done these days. Gotta scare the sheep into believing. Once you scare the sheep sufficiently,you can get them to go along with almost anything. I fully expect to see many more manufactured "Wars" and "Crises" from this White House. It's just how it's done these days.
     
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    Whose brilliant fucking idea is this?

    Farmers already control dust insomuch is feasible- they don't want quality topsoil flying away.
     
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    Ha! Dust never even attacked us!
     

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