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We're not going away!

Excellent article. Indeed, we, the people, will not tolerate having Garbage Made Over (GMO's) perpetually shoved down our throats. If one method of stopping the madness doesn't work the first time, we'll try another way and re-visit when the situation looks more favorable. Sooner or later, the right of the people to choose will prevail. We just have to step up the fight so we can make that happen before the genetic pollution becomes so intense that victory will be meaningful only on paper.

Posted by Jennifer Christiano
16 November 2012 | 07h23

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