First chapter of Zombie Apocolypse

Welcome to a new low in American legislation. The “Farmer Assurance Provision, Sec. 735” currently snuck in and tagged to another bill passed and signed into law by the President, is more appropriately named the Monsanto Protection bill.

In this single piece of legislation an American corporation has actually maneuvered congress to raise them above the actions of our judicial system. Monsanto is not satisfied with keeping American consumers ignorant of what products contain their GMO’s now they want to be able to plant and test their genetic experiments at will with zero oversight from FDA or the judicial system. Other countries are banning GMO’s and we will not even allow it to be labeled. Who says we don’t have the best government money can buy.

Yes that is right for the first time in American history the federal government is passing bill’s that places something beyond their control. Pretty sure this one may be the first chapter of the Zombie Apocalypse written in legislation. Sleep well America, Lord knows I won’t.


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About wyldewoody

I am a scholar and a preacher. I am a father, husband and friend. I have served my country and cussed my government and will continue to do both. I enjoy writing and you never know what you might find here in my posts. I will write about everything from my biblical opinion to scientific musings potentially bad stories to editorials about public policy and international affairs. I suppose that is blogging in general, if you like it great, if you don’t go somewhere else, if you disagree with me, great I love a good discussion. Hell might just find me ranting to the shadows in the corner. Kinda like I think I am doing now. And if my punctuation irritates you, that makes me happy.

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