Discussion in 'Politics' started by Intense, Nov 30, 2010.
The G Soros/ Monsanto Food Bill.
Got to love the New Breed of Nazis
News just came over the wire yesterday.
Due to a procedural error, the Bill is going nowhere.
It was reported, that bills of this type must start as House bills. So the bill is essentially dead. The Senate has to bring it's bill to the House for consideration.
That will not happen before the New Congress is seated.
Bye bye bill.
no sir that not how it works, the gov. doesn't get to legislate ooops, mandate via council fiat solution's looking for problems.
I agree, on the surface who wouldn't want clean and efficient this or that, notice they always couch this kind of reg. overreach with the emotional and empirically deficient hey we are doing to clean this or make that efficient ..... well my questions/comments is, empirical data first please- show me where it is NOT so clean or NOT so efficient.
you do understand this will cost in terms of fees and co. regulatory compliance..who do you think the end pays for that?
I would be in support of such legislation if:...The law were enforced vigorously and equally. If it were enforced free of political considerations(i.e. ignoring the political contributions and lobbying of large food producing companies) and of course if the laws were enforced without passion or prejudice.
Ok, now it's time to return from la la land.
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