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To: Poison Pill

Seems this should lead, at least in the short term, to lower pork prices for us here in the US...


11 posted on 07/04/2018 11:34:48 AM PDT by TheBattman (Democrats-Progressives-Marxists-Socialists - redundant labels.)
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To: TheBattman

Now if they’d only bring back the delicious heritage breeds instead of this lean, dry crap.


12 posted on 07/04/2018 11:37:15 AM PDT by 2ndDivisionVet (You cannot invade the mainland US. There'd be a rifle behind every blade of grass.)
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To: TheBattman
Seems this should lead, at least in the short term, to lower pork prices for us here in the US...

The result of those 550 farm families liquidating stock to stay afloat. Bon Apetit!

14 posted on 07/04/2018 11:39:25 AM PDT by Poison Pill
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CHEAP BACON !!

So pork producers will “invest” overseas. Why? Foreign countries can produce their own pork. Guess what, they do not need you. Raising pigs is NOT rocket science.

Why must there be a ONE WORLD SUPPLIER for everything.

Allow each country to produce what they are competent at. Then tariff trade for the rest.

Let international countries form their own Free Republic.

THIS IS NOT ROCKET SCIENCE. It is simple tariff trade only for what you cannot build, which is next to nothing.


41 posted on 07/04/2018 1:23:00 PM PDT by TheNext
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To: TheBattman
Seems this should lead, at least in the short term, to lower pork prices for us here in the US...

Then I hope they put tariffs on tree nuts. The price of those is insane.

56 posted on 07/04/2018 6:14:21 PM PDT by virgil (The evil that men do lives after them)
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