John Stewart describes how the Monsanto Protection Act came to be

I have no idea how I have missed this one, but this video is great! The best, the funniest and the saddest video all at the same time about our government, congress and GMO!

Enjoy!

[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2K4pfiYK2IQ&w=560&h=315]

To your health,

Elena

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  • thelibertariangardener
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    Reblogged this on thelibertariangardener and commented:
    The three wise men are correct. This gives a view into the underhanded and sloppy way things are done in congress and how self serving entities can get legislation passed with apparent ease.

  • worldpeacenik
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    Thanks for sharing, Elena! Hysterical and tragic all at once. Here’s to our health!?

    Sent from my iPhone

  • earthchanges2013
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    Very funny…very scary. I love the way Jon Stewart wakes people up. Thanks for sharing.

  • Rio
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    Hi Elena! This applies to 9/11 too. Many of them know. http://www.ae911truth.org

  • kaycers
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    thank you for this! I need to look up more John Stewart. I always forget how incredible he is. Also, thanks for that creepy Big Mac hypnotism. I’m a vegetarian, but suddenly I want to eat over-processed mystery meat in a convenient paper wrapper for under $4….

    • Elena
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      Hi Kaycie! John Stewart is awesome! But wait…what Big Mac hypnotism? you are scaring me 🙂 what did I do?! last thing I want is to send a message that red meat is good for you! LOL

      • Kaycers
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        There was a second video. it must have been an add associated with the youtube post. I figured you put it there to be cheeky and ironic!! haha
        Best,
        Kaycie

        • Elena
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          Oh…I do want to be cheeky and ironic 😉 but can not take the credit 🙁

          • kaycers

            I don’t think you understand the amount of credit I give you for just being you! 🙂 Love your blog, so glad we are in the wordpress family together. It’s my online tribe and I love it.

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