Tuesday February 9, 2016
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Michelle, Thanks for taking the long view for all the children and their children who will need not only good food, but good soil, water and air, as free of poisons as we can keep them. Pesticides, herbicides and those poisons and animal dnas inserted into the DNA of some apples, corn, soy, and anything else they think will profit by patent are short term goals, with way too far-reaching consequences for the future. I wish Dr. Weil's list included corn and soy, because of what is in their genetic modifications, and the heavier use of herbicides on them.
My goodness, Mr. Welge,
Where do you come up with such erroneous information?
Carol, you've really hit the nail on the head. Thanks for understanding and sharing.
Representatives who are available to their constituents and open to ideas and solutions are certainly what we need in Congress. I really respect your point of view.
I apologize for bluntness, but Senator Kyl, you remain poor Jonny one-note. It's time to think outside your box.
Very well said. We've watched it happen on confirmations of judges, military appointments, and legislation. They've used Senate procedure as a political weapon. That kind of destruction is what they do best.
Don and Dan,
Thanks for reading my letter. Don, I don't know if we agree on much, because I personally believe fruits and vegetables are a better crop.
Dan, you might be as astounded as I am about how much we agree on the "what" of our current problems - from the blog you referenced. I'm also encouraged that you value education, as you referenced in your comment on another letter. Perhaps you'll check out the following, and see if we have any agreement on the "how we ended up here and what to do about it."
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