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Government shutdown could affect food safety

ST AUGUSTINE, Fla.-- We've been tracking the impact of the goverment shutdown here in North Florida. Tonight, a closer look at the safety of your food.

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nativejax - 10/3/2013 8:48 PM
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FOOD SAFETY!!!!!!What a joke. For a hundred so years now the GOVERNMENT CONTROLLED FFDA has had their nose's in what we are and are not allowed to eat. Pumping it up with CHEMICALS,HORMONES,PRESERVATIVES,GENETIC MUTATIONS,and basically ALLOWING the abuse of billions of chickens and animals DAILY to feed the MASSES of people. So much so that we have become one of the most CANCEROUS Countries in the world. With obesity at an ALL TIME high. And COUNTLESS other diseases that the OTHER Government ran, AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION, has fattened their pockets by charging their OUTRAGEOUS doctor's fees to the point that now the Government wants to control WHAT DOCTORS ARE ALLOWED TO DO OR NOT DO TOO. You KNOW its true, RIGHT DOWN TO THE STATE LEVEL. By making it illegal to grow your own, or have your own farm animals to sustain yourself and your family within your own back yard. Stay the h3ll out of my house, my fridge, my bedroom and most importantly GET the h3ll out of my White House, This Country belongs to Americans. And 'Americans' no matter who or where they are from, are FREE of government 'control' and threats.
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