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Members of the Tea Party have joined protesters standing up against the ‘Monsanto Protection Act’, calling the provision a ‘special interest loophole’ for friends of Congress.
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" those that sleep on your rights , have no rights " and " ignorance of the Law is no excuse "
They talk about the term " Legal ", well there are two sides to the "Legal" system-legal and non-legal, and legal = 'privilege' Privilege= statutes and codes =common law and non-legal = 'Equity'. Equity = God Given Rights, Special, TRUST = Chancery. That article talks about the 'Legal" side only.
They will fail. Keep praying!
God, please destroy Monsanto and all the crooked politicians that Monsanto money has bought.
The Act gives the right to profit to Monsanto not the Farmer.
I am a human being who eats food and what I eat matters. I don't want my food to kill me!
Hmmm, here's a thought to ponder, When one owns the food, one owns and rules the people. Just a thought...
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Impeachment of the president is authorized due to this bill.
This law is an indirect bio-terrorist attack on the American people!
And I thought TTP was for all deregulation schemes for a particular set of industries.
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