posted on Mar, 17 2013 @ 08:52 PM
Oh, that's cute. We the people have absolutely no right to see if our food production is healthy, sick or obscene. 'Course not... Those special
lawmakers are to be trusted in knowing all and when they say it's okay, well, we better salute and step lively. It must be okay.
I thought about this for a few minutes..as I'm apt to do when something pisses me off and I got into my problem solving mode. 48 hours... Hmmm....
Okay.. We can work with that. Oh Yes... I see ways to work with that and make them dearly regret the fool that came up with it.
The proposed and final laws (depending on where they're talking about, apparently) say 72-48 hours to surrender investigative material to authorities
after creating it, as the article states. Well... it doesn't mention having to be alone, now does it? It doesn't say it need be only one man or
woman's work product being turned over......does it?
Lets see.... At Occupy I was around 50 or so people, 24/7. 150 during the day..minimum and we had but a humble little camp compared to some of the
major ones. Of those? I'd say about 1/3rd would stand and act on a specific effort (About how many stood for the Monsanto World HQ protest the day
I'd gotten there). So.. by the day number.. we're talking around 45 people.
How much product in photos, reports, diagrams, audio, video, background and supportive material can 45 people produce in 48 hours? (BIG GRIN
I'm not sure, myself. I've only seen hard work put out by a couple people at once...trying to bury others in perfectly legitimate and 100% relevant
paperwork on something. I'm guessing we can count by the bankers boxes full. I'm even willing to bet..those could number DOZENS.......and all
They want to force a "put up, shut up or get clear" law? Cool..... I love putting up.
(It's what makes protesting FUN!)