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HR 875 - the death of freedom in America

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It's been obvious to farmers and cattlemen that stopping NAIS is about preserving the most basic freedoms necessary to farm, but if people will take time to read HR 875  (and there are comments to help them along), they will see stopping those bills is fundamental to freedom for all of us to even exist.  The bills are massively, massively, massively totalitarian.  Our legislators will be voting (most with no idea) on a complete take over of this country.

Because of what?  Peanuts.  What a sick joke on us.

So, we need everyone to write a letter for liberty or send a  fax for freedom.

Below is who to reach and a sample letter but obviously people can write what is in their hearts. 
Get every friend and family member and church group and organization and retirement home and school group and anyone else you can reach, to apply themselves to this.  Get everyone of your children and grandchildren, if they can hold a pen, to write.

It's America itself we are demanding to have back, free from government like some giant smothering boa constrictor slithering into every aspect of our lives - all for the sake of corporations - to squeeze the life out of us, after they squeeze every dime and all our possessions and our land.

If they take our seeds, they take all democracy here, and as the article shows, they are setting up to take the seeds with HR 875.

Do it now.  Then, call a neighbor and get them to do it now and then call another.

Make this weekend holy.  Make it about saving our country.  And it is appropriate that cowboys and farmers would be the lead.

The Honorable David Scott
Chairman, House Committee on Agriculture
Subcommittee on Livestock, Dairy, and Poultry
1301 Longworth House Office Building
Washington, D.C.  20515-6001

Here is the Subcommittee’s Fax Number for faxing your personal letter:  202-225-4544.

R-CALF USA Member Alert

(This is not a News Release)


To:   R-CALF USA Members and Affiliates


From:    Bill Bullard, R-CALF USA CEO

Date:    March 13, 2009

Subject:    Urgent Alert on NAIS;  

Deadline March 20, 2009

On March 11, 2009,

R-CALF USA President Max Thornsberry, D.V.M., testified at a congressional subcommittee hearing on USDA’s National Animal Identification System (NAIS).  

Dr. Thornsberry presented a powerful case against NAIS, but the witnesses were clearly stacked in favor of mandatory NAIS.  

Most of the members of the U.S. House Agriculture Committee’s Subcommittee on Livestock, Dairy, and Poultry (Subcommittee) who attended the hearing also appeared to favor NAIS.

Our best chance to stop NAIS is in this Subcommittee, and it is right now, while the hearing record remains open.   

We need thousands of letters from across the country, from livestock producers, main-street businesses and consumers, to be faxed to the Subcommittee before March 20, 2009, the date the hearing record closes. 

Below is a template letter you can use to fax your letter to the Subcommittee.  Feel free to use all or part of this letter, or write one on your own.  The important thing is we must literally have thousands of letters from all across the country faxed in before March 20.

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I applaud any American who opposes Monsanto, Cargi... by Jason Paz on Saturday, Mar 14, 2009 at 12:49:00 PM
Can you point to any exact wording in H R 875,&nbs... by Mary Bell Lockhart on Sunday, Mar 15, 2009 at 6:57:21 PM
A problem that I see is that the definitions in HR... by Barbara Steever on Sunday, Mar 22, 2009 at 10:27:52 PM