posted on Nov, 8 2012 @ 04:49 PM
While I am equally appalled at the result of the Prop 37 vote (having voted for it myself) I understand and respect SunnyDee's reasoning behind
voting "no." It's true that we have a lot of useless legislation out there. Our common ground seems to be that we agree that GMO needs to be
seriously and effectively addressed on a substantive national level. And prickly? Only just a bit. Hidden agenda? I don't think so.
So gentlemen what chances are there that at a federal level, that GMO's will be labelled or banned? Especially when you have failed in the easiest of
fights, the simple right for personal choice. Come on take a good hard look at what you are dealing with. 10 Million people voted, I thought we had a
lot of sheep here but at least they do not vote for their own mindless slavery.
This was a battle that could have been won. Look I've been actively fighting this here at every front. From farming, personal choice, politics,
health and speaking about the rights to be informed. You can see what is right don't kiss the arse of someone whose argument is, it is costly or hard
to do. F*ck that #. Do what is right, say what is right all the time and don’t let the ba*stards get away with it.
Again I think it is fair to say the USA deserves the leadership, ill-health, toxin ridden food and environment that they live in. As this needed to be
fort right from the start, now your nation is the champion of this technology foisting in on the rest of the planet.
To read what some believe as reasoned arguments for coping out in doing what is right makes me sick.