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Obama signs 'Monsanto Protection Act' written by Monsanto-sponsored senator

28.03.2013 16:27

United States President Barack Obama has signed a bill into law that was written in part by the very billion-dollar corporation that will benefit directly from the legislation.

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Anonymous user 30.07.2013 21:52

it's time for an American spring....


Kimberly Dycus Turner 26.07.2013 04:45

Just doesn't shock me! Nothing he does shocks me anymore!

Anonymous user 16.07.2013 15:18

how dare you protect monsantos

Anonymous user 11.07.2013 16:26

Why can't our government be truthful with us?

Anonymous user 08.07.2013 20:29

I am very, very disappointed in Pres. Obama. Robin

Anonymous user 02.07.2013 10:06

How can you not trust a smile like that?

Anonymous user 28.06.2013 05:23

I hope this clown gets run over by a combine harvester...he truly is an evil sod.


John 16.06.2013 13:09

I hope one day he and his family suffer the effects of G.M. food.

Anonymous user 15.06.2013 09:45

Just wait till Monstanto's chemicals are found in Obama's urine and he gets prostate cancer.


tobe 13.06.2013 02:28

Obama's legacy will be the first black president that still thinks like a slave! He makes no independent decisions, he just listens to the white man directive telling him what to say and what to sign! I dislike him more than Bush because at least with Bush, he could stand up to something; Obama yields at the crack of a finger snap. They're just playing with his false ego of first black president--but he has done NOTHING for the people of the U.S. He never stood his ground; he makes decisions based on someone's decisions; he does follow the leader but never led with his own thoughts and beliefs; a symbol of a fool!

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