Skip to comments.S510 Will Steal The Food From Your Mouth!(Richard Burr Co-sponsor!)
Posted on 11/20/2010 8:58:47 PM PST by Copernicus
If you like the IRS you will love the new Food Safety Act Regulations whose passage will apparently break land speed records in the Lame Duck session of Congress.
Here at JohnJacobH Blog and Commissary we heard of our first food raid nearly two years ago.
Yup. SWAT team, guns drawn, the works. Really.
The criminals- a couple of women in their 20′s and some children who ranged in age from infancy to teenager were terrorized at gunpoint for several hours while officials packed up a YEARS supply of food and hauled it off to parts unknown.
Did I mention Dad was a Seabee deployed overseas in an Afghan Combat Zone at the time?
(Excerpt) Read more at johnjacobh.wordpress.com ...
Best regards to all,
Sounds serious. Why not post the whole thing?
With all due respect, this column has been excerpted as per due diligent fair use copyright.
Unless the author or his/her agent has specifically negotiated reprint rights to specific entities, it is disrespectful to deny them the fruits of their creative labor.
We, the Freepers, must police ourselves or be policed by others.
Entire story already posted here on FR. With lots of replies.
If this is some kind of Freeper Beater Attack go elsewhere now.
By all means feel free not to click on anything.
I really could care less.
I know you’re a valuable contributor to FR. But historically folks have found inforative (and often important) articles and posted them in full to read here. It’s been a necessary evil to excerpt some sources, but my thought is that if a bogger wants to be stingy with his material, we can simply find another source.
“Entire story already posted here on FR. With lots of replies.”
The story of the terrorization of the persons involved in this thread is NOT in the the story you present the link. I’m interested personally in the Human Interest aspect of this as well the information in your link, but I need both threads to get what I want.
I appreciate Copernicus for the link to more of this story.
A cite to a specific paragraph in the proposed legislation...
Maybe a link or 5 (not like MiaT) to articles in the LameStream press.
Quotes from the founding fathers about the powers of the federal gooberment...
Man. It just weak. It's not weak, it's worse than that.
You can't even manage to raise interest in your publication except for people to point out that no-one else should touch it.
You haven't gotten to repetitively annoying yet.
Waiting for you to tell me to hit the Plonk! button.
What is your point? Any site can track the requestor (how do you think their server send the web page to your computer?) unless you're using an anonymizer like Tor. Your ISP is tracking what you go to, and the government can request it. What are you afraid of?
If you have some worthwhile contribution to THIS topic please do so or occupy yourself elsewhere.
You damn betcha they do, and they can have mine, from wherever I am, plus or minus a few anonymizers.
You, and your site, on the other hand... No, not so much.
I post here all the time.
Here is my mostest favoritest post from yesteryear, back when I was pimping Bartleby.
It was to little avail of course.......No one clicked on it.
So help me, I have no idea what I have done to attract the Eye of Mordor.
For less than a US dollar per click.
I've been overseas dragging a duffle through an alleged airport. I know how to count small change for those 'merchants' that sell their wares.
I know what they were called.
You posted a fact free excerpt to your blog. On a story that has been so reported on FR that folks are looking for NEW information. Factual information.
Not your opinion.
Want to express an opinion? Reply to a thread with factual information in it.
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