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GOP Poisoning Americans

Does the government have a responsibility for protecting the food supply in America? I think in the wake of recent outbreaks of food illnesses, we can see what happens when the food supply is not safe. And self-regulation, while is sounds great on paper, doesn’t seem to be doing the trick.

Food problems connected to GOP cuts – AMERICAblog

“We already know what they’ve done to US vets and with this most recent outbreak of food illness related to the American kids staple peanut butter, it has become painfully obvious that GOP cuts continue to risk the lives of millions of Americans.

The federal agency that’s been front and center in warning the public about tainted spinach and contaminated peanut butter is conducting just half the food safety inspections it did three years ago.”

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  1. Yeah, like the lady that was fished out of Lake Minnetonka the other day complaining that they should have had warning signs out there to let snowmobilers like her know the ice was too thin…hmm, I wonder how those signs are supposed to magically appear out there? Maybe they need to increase their taxes there so additional ice testers are available to help out those pesky snowmobilers with this problem?

    Nahhhhhh, costs money. How about illegal alien immigrants when they are walking to work should be given ‘thin ice’ signs that float when they plung through the ice…solves two problems, right? In fact, maybe three, since of course it must be those pesky immigrants that are causing the food sicknesses in restaurants too, eh, eh, eh.

    Of course, if they use this plan, soon these people will have no one to cook or serve them food in most restaurants, hmm, back to the drawing board.

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