posted on Apr, 11 2013 @ 01:51 PM
Another good post that infuriates me about this company.
Is anyone here interested in lobbying and pressuring their local representatives to promote this type of agriculture very well presented by the
These representatives of course no nothing of science, integrity, human kindness, or compassion but they do appreciate money and power. The rationale
would be that farmers in the state could save money by not having to be under contract by Monsanto. The yield on the farm would be better as well.
These equals more taxes the state can collect.
Additionally another route would be to be start a campaign whereby we get trial lawyers on board. "Have you eaten GMO foods and suffered some
problem?" Call me, Shark L. Esquire, I don't get payed unless you do.
We need to make the GMO seem like guns in the same way idiots like Feinstein and company see guns.