Letter: Answer to problems isn’t in electing another politician, he saysTO THE EDITOR: Wisconsin Judge Patrick J. Fiedler has decided that we have “no fundamental right” to own a dairy cow or consume milk from our own cow, or to produce and consume our own foods of choice (The Complete Patient, 9/15/11). Did he confer with God?
By: Scott Thomson, Maiden Rock, Pierce County Herald
TO THE EDITOR: Wisconsin Judge Patrick J. Fiedler has decided that we have “no fundamental right” to own a dairy cow or consume milk from our own cow, or to produce and consume our own foods of choice (The Complete Patient, 9/15/11). Did he confer with God?
The Department of Transportation has decided that new regulations, equal to those regulating commercial drivers and commercial vehicles, should be enforced for farms. They need revenue.
The new White House Rural Council is wasting no time getting their hands in the farm business.
If silence persists, what is at stake? The old saying about business conditions in the USA is “As General Motors goes, so goes the country.” GM bond holders had their legal contract rights denied, giving control of the company to the politically positioned Union. Could we see a day when the federal government, maybe to solve a “food crisis” (real or false flag event), takes away the rights of property owners to farm their own land? Which politically positioned group of people would they bring in to run the farm?
The carnival, which is marketed as the 2012 presidential campaign, is a travesty. If you believe the common promise, the answer to our problems will arrive with the next voting day. All you need do is choose the right candidate.
The answer to our problems is not in electing another politician. The answers to our problems lie not in “whom,” but instead “what” can actually help us. We already have the road map to escape the coming tribulation, the Constitution. We need the will to hold our elected officials accountable to the rule of law.
In section 376, of the “Jobs Bill”, there is an illegal attempt to legislate away the 11th amendment, making it easier for the union (workers) to sue the state.