February 19, 2008

Did you hear it scream?

From Australia we hear that USDA's Undersecretary Bruce Knight has said, "At one time, NAIS set a "trigger" for it to become mandatory in 2009 if there was insufficient participation, he acknowledged, "but I took that out behind the barn and shot it to death. It's no longer there."

Umm, yeah. Sorry I don't believe it for a second. If it were truth why hasn't that information shown up in the US media?

Here is a good post about NAIS called Don't Sleep Through The NAIS Attack.

Have you, dear reader, put together NAIS with the other world government programs to see that it is not about disease, traceback or the so-called cry by consumers for information about where their meat came from (aside from COOL - Country of Origin Labeling).

Now let's talk about the sinful waste of food, the latest meat recall. Don't you find the Humane
Society culpable for knowing about it for months and only making it public later? And, do you think for a minute that what the video showed wasn't anything that isn't done every single day at slaughterhouses all over the world? This is the difference between ethics and morals when it come to raising and slaughtering food animals. Temple Grandin, must be furious. She is an autistic with a PhD, who has designed humane slaughterhouses for agribusiness. See USDA cover their collective butts here.

Now this next part is a test. It seems that just as soon as I post the name of a senator or representative down there in crazy Congress-land, I get hits within seconds from the Sargent-At-Arms. So, let's see, what can I say? Oh, yeah, Senator Patrick Leahy is starring in a radio ad for Barack Hussein Obama. Senator Bernie Sanders is apparently a friend of Obama's. "...Obama campaigning for openly socialist Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont. Interestingly, Sanders, who won his seat in 2006, called Obama “one of the great leaders of the United States Senate,” even though Obama had only been in the body for about two years." I guess that makes Obama a Muslim socialist.

End of test. I'll check the blogs stats and see how long it takes for the Sargent-At-Arms to see this page. Last time it was ONE SECOND.

No comments:

Post a Comment

Comments are moderated, but I usually get to them in a few hours.