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&[censored]?<br><br>"Such practices" were never banned. In 1997 the FDA stopped allowing most byproducts of cows, sheep and goats in cattle feed, but pigs and horses could still be used.<br><br>Then in 2004, the restrictions were actually tightened a bit more. But there still are loopholes, as in chickens can eat cow or sheep proteins, then be recycled and fed back to cows. But cows are not allowed to be <br><br>No, the bigger problem isn't the feed, it's the fact cows are now stuffed in a huge building hundreds of thousands all crammed together.<br><br>
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HAHAHAHA. here's a gov't website promoting human-animal hybrids . . . and, it's for kids:<br><br>http://www.ready.gov/kids/home.html<br><br>too funny!<br><br>EDIT: HAHA again . . . just found another one from the NSA:<br><br><a href="http://www.nsa.gov/kids/">http://www.nsa.gov/kids/</a><br><br>--<br>"I am mindful that diversity is one of the strengths of the country" --president bush on 9/27/05<P ID="edit"><FONT SIZE=-1><EM>Edited by sean on 02/03/06 09:37 PM (server time).</EM></FONT></P>
<br>That second link is very disturbing.<br><br>It reminds me too much of the Hitler Youth,<br>or the kids in the Communist Block that were<br>trained from a very tender age, to turn in their <br>own parents for Anti-PARTY dinner-table chat.<br><br><br><br>
I "get it" from the bulletins that are sent out to other pertinent Government Agencies.<br>(Like I said, I believe as a member of the CDC (Center for Disease Control) David sees <br>the same alerts that we are sent through the United State Department of Agriculture.) <br><br>The Processing of so called "DOWNER COWS" (animals too sick to walk on their own<br>into the slaughterhouses) for Human Consumption was banned and then brought back.<br><br>As far as horses goes, brace yerself, Mate,.... "Madcow" has spread through all the<br>herd animals (but under different names, such as "Wasting Disease" or "Scrapies") <br>for years. Yeppers, swine, goats, sheep, cows, AND HORSES. And before you scoop <br>up your shotgun and head out the door... DOAN BOTHER! It's already spread through<br>the wild herds of Big Horns, Mule Deer, White Tails, Caribou, Moose, and Bison.<br><br>Both the CDC and the USDA have been ordered by this almighty administration, not <br>to share that information with the Public. It's one of the reasons that they're<br>"Revamping" the healthcare system, and limiting it to people able to work (for the<br>time being) since CJD, like Mesothelion, is one of those "S-L-O-W but SURE" killers.<br><br>The Insurance INDUSTRIES are gambling that you'll be too sick to keep up with the<br>co-payments, deductibles, and the premiums and be dropped before a diagnoses is <br>made, BEFORE you can bring a CLASS ACTION SUIT against either Meat Packers, the <br>Insurance Company, Lobbying Firms or (GOD FORBID) the Government, for allowing<br>it all in the first place.<br><br>"YOUR TAX DOLLARS AT WORK" <br>BTW do you remember when we USED to vote people into office that were duty-bound <br>to PROTECT US? ((RATHER THAN PROTECTING THE INDUSTRIES AND THEIR FRIENDS))<br><br>But everything will change, now that Jus-tus Al-i-to is on the job! <br><br><br> y! roit!<br><br>
Bill To Stop Use Of Downer <br> Cows In Food Chain Stopped <br> Congress Scuttled Meat Protection Measure <br> Seattle Post-Intelligencer<br> 12-26-03<br> <br> <br> <br>WASHINGTON -- Legislation to keep meat from downed animals off American kitchen tables was scuttled - for the second time in as many years - as Congress labored unsuccessfully earlier this month to pass a catchall agency spending bill. <br> <br>Now, in the wake of the apparent discovery of the first mad-cow case in the United States, the author of the House version of the cattle provision wants to press the issue anew when Congress returns Jan. 20 from its winter recess. The massive, $373 billion spending bill covering several government agencies is still pending in the Senate. <br> <br>"I said on the floor of the House that you will rue the day that because of the greed of the industry to make a few extra pennies from 130,000 head, the industry would sacrifice the safety of the American people," said Rep. Gary Ackerman, D-N.Y., chief House sponsor. "It's so pound foolish." <br> <br>The provision dealing with downed cattle didn't even make it into the compromise version of the legislation that House and Senate conferees brought before Congress late in the year. <br> <br>The Agriculture Department estimates that 130,000 downed animals that are too injured or sick to stand or walk unassisted are slaughtered every year. About 36 million cows are slaughtered each year in the United States. <br> <br>The provision, which started through the legislative process as an amendment to an agriculture spending bill, would have effectively prohibited the sale of livestock too sick or injured to stand or walk unassisted. <br> <br>The agricultural spending bill passed - with the provision intact - on a Senate voice vote in November after failing by three votes in the House in July. But congressional negotiators did not include it in the broader, $373 billion omnibus spending bill that passed the House this month and which is still awaiting a vote in the Senate. <br> <br>Rep. Maurice Hinchey, D-N.Y., a negotiator who voted for the measure in the House, said Democratic negotiators never had a chance to fight for the proposal. <br> <br>"The Republicans, the leadership, shut off the conference, they closed it down, and this is one of a number of provisions which were handled in a backroom deal without the Democrats there and with only the Republican leadership," said Hinchey. <br> <br>Lawmakers and congressional aides said they consider it very unlikely that Congress would reopen the multibillion-dollar bill to deal with the issue. "I can't imagine that it would be," Rep. Henry Bonilla, R-Texas, an opponent of the measure, said. <br> <br>A day after the government announced the first apparent case of mad cow disease in the United States - in a downed animal - lawmakers and interest groups on both sides of the issue said they had been vindicated. <br> <br>The Humane Society of the United States has warned repeatedly that if the meat from a lone cow with the brain-wasting disease found its way into the food supply, other countries would cut off U.S. beef imports and consumer confidence would be shaken. "We are already seeing that play out," said Humane Society Vice President Wayne Pacelle. Japan, Taiwan and Mexico, the three largest importers, banned U.S. beef. <br> <br>But opponents of the legislation said USDA inspectors might never have discovered the apparent presence of the disease, formally known as bovine spongiform encephalopathy, had Ackerman's legislation been in place. <br> <br>Banning the sale of downed animals would prevent USDA inspectors from detecting possible cases because the animals would never reach the slaughterhouse for inspection, they said. <br> <br>"The fact that it was caught is the significant thing for the consumer," said Rep. Charles Stenholm, D-Texas, the senior Democrat on the House Agriculture Committee. Stenholm has argued that federal inspectors are in the best position to keep sick animals, as opposed to those that can't walk but are otherwise healthy, out of the food chain. <br> <br>Agriculture officials also have insisted that the food supply is safe because the animal parts most at risk of carrying the disease, the brain and spinal column, had been removed. "Muscle cuts of meat have almost no risk," Agriculture Secretary Ann Veneman said. <br> <br>In the House, most Republicans as well as conservative and farm-state Democrats opposed the measure. <br> <br>Both chambers passed similar provisions in their versions of the 2002 farm bill, but negotiators stripped the measure from the final version of that bill. <br> <br>In both years, the National Milk Producers Federation lobbied successfully against the provision. <br> <br>"If you don't allow movement off the farm, then you miss the opportunity to diagnose the problem," said Chris Galen, spokesman for the federation. <br> <br><br>...[color:red]MORE</font color=red>...<br><br>
What's the problem ??<br><br>Just have a big GOP back yard BBQ and serve the "Downed cow meat "!! let the cows come home to roost !!<br><br>Better than:<br>Burger King... "How about a Double Downer !! have it YOUR way !! <br><br>Mc Donalds' : Big Downer !! ?? OK, how about a quarter-downer with cheeze ? <br><br>And the famous "What-a-Downer "!! from the former WHat-a Burger.<br><br>yes this beef is good for you !! The GOP approves it !!<br><br><br>what scumbags !!<br><br><br>David (OFI)<br>
<h1>[color:red]DEPLETED URANIUM</font color=red></h1><br><h1>GOD HELP US ALL</h1><br>I KNOW this stuff is for real:<br>"They" had approached my beufriend's Machine Shop.<br>that specializes in producing MEDICAL EQUIPMENT (fer kriseake!) to <br>make the prototypes of weapons delivery system to be used in Iraq.<br><br>When he told me about it, and told me about the sample mating part<br>that came shipped in a lead-lined box, I brought him to this web site <br>and it made him sick. He sent the URL to the owner of his company.<br><br>They turned down a multi-million dollar Government Contract just so <br>they could sleep nights, knowing they took no part in this abomination.<br><br>...Some other company gladly picked up the contract....<br><br>
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