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The FDA’s Amish Farmer Fresh Milk Raid

Discussion in 'News & Current Events' started by mandym, Feb 22, 2012.

  1. mandym

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    http://www.mrconservative.com/2012/...utm_content=Subscriber#4753&utm_campaign=2/22
     
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    Just another example of our shredded Constitution. :tear:
     
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    Salty 20,000 Posts Club
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    But the govt knows best - (didnt Reagan say something like that)
     
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    The government does indeed know best that is why the former Speaker of the House told us to be quiet and pass the Health Bill so we the sheeple could find out whats in it.

    So we did and we still don't know all that's in it with surprises every other day. Ask the leadership of the Catholic Church.

    As an addendum, the Amish are pacifists. Great show of bravery by the FDA.
    I suppose the Amish farmers could have thrown some of the "unsafe" toxic deadly milk at them.

    My wife and I raised 11 children in the State of Maine on an 88 acre farm with a dairy cow and two milk goats.
    Had our own chickens, ducks and turkeys and eggs, grew most of our food including meat animals.
    Caught a lot of our own fish (fresh and salt water).
    The only thing required (actually suggested) was to periodically have the unembalmed cow milk tested which we did and never had a problem.
    Wonder why the unembalmed milk was safe and non-toxic then but not now.

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