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Proof Bush is a Communist and Doesn’t Believe in Free Markets

Creekstone Farms Premium Beef in Kansas wanted to start testing all its meat for Mad Cow disease (currently only 1% of our meat is tested for the incurable disease that lays waste to the human brain), but the Bush administration stopped them because larger meat packing firms feared that if Creekstone Farms Premium Beef succeeded in getting better sales because they were advertising they were testing all their meat, then they would have to follow suit and start doing expensive tests themselves… in other words the meat packing industry feared the open market and asked the Bush administration. (Story.)
Since McCain is a twin of Bush, I would expect more of the same from him.
US beef (and a range of other meat) is already banned in many countries outside the US (even China refuses to let our meat in), I think this will just solidify their ban. (The EEC bans US beef do to the hormone treatments most US meat growers give their cows to speed the growth process.) I guess we can chalk up another reason to move to New Zealand as fast as possible, safer food.
Anyhow, I find it amazing that the Bush administration would actually take steps to block the free market from allowing proven safer beef from reaching the market, especially when the company was going to pay for it itself.

Gun Control Bill Passes

In a sad day for the Constitution, Congress passed a bill supported by the Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence and the National Rifle Association… Just a reminder of the Brady Campaign’s goal according to Sara Brady herself:

Our main agenda is to have all guns banned of course. We must use whatever means possible. It doesn’t matter if you have to distort facts or even lie. Our task of creating a socialist America can only succeed when those who would resist us have been totally disarmed.

She believes distorting the facts and outright lying is okay to ban guns in order to create a socialist America. That the NRA agrees with her group on this bill isn’t surprising as they haven’t represented the interests of gun owners or the Constitution’s position for ages.
The bill is a response to the VA Tech shootings, the proper answer to which would have been to allow students and faculty to have concealed weapons, then the shootings would have been over quickly with far less loss of life. They say they want to stop people with mental problems from owning guns, but where do they draw the line? A bill like this allows them to make it a moving target. Will they make it simple depression in due time?
More later…