Ron Paul: Reform the FDA




http://www.newsmax.com/DougWead/ron-paul-fda/2011/08/12/id/407060

There comes a moment on television when the host of the show seems backed into a corner on the subject of Ron Paul.

He must acknowledge the congressman’s prescience on the economy. How he anticipated the housing bubble, the mortgage crisis, the credit downgrade and the price of gold. There is no question that the country is coming to him.

In 2008, most of the American people didn’t know what the Federal Reserve is. Now most agree with Ron Paul that it should be thoroughly audited.

While GOP presidential candidates were trying to “outgun” their rivals last time around, they now pay homage to the large percentage of Americans who agree with Ron Paul that we should stop the endless wars that are bankrupting the country. And then flustered, backtracking, the host will seize some familiar anti-Paul device, too complicated to explain in a television sound bite, such as drug decriminalization, but usually it is his call to end the Federal Drug Administration.

“Well, we cannot have Ron Paul as president,” the host will laugh nervously, “I am not for eliminating the FDA and eating tainted meat.”

End of conversation.

Well, of course, Ron Paul supporters are likewise not in favor of eating tainted meat. And that is what drives the whole issue.

Today the FDA, like other agencies in Washington is hopelessly corrupt. Tyson’s Food, the largest producer of meat in the world, has also been a major contributor to both Republican and Democrat candidates over the years and was a major player in the rise of Bill Clinton.

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  1. Shutdown the FDA along with the rest of the Federal bs I hope they like jail lol.

    Go Ron Paul :-)

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  2. The patent fee is $800 million not $800. Oops.

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  3. We need to do what is best for America. What is best for Americans is what is best for America. Simple. Having an oligarchical pharmaceutical industry call all the shots, is not in America's best interest. In fact, it is one of the reasons we have a $14 trillion debt.

    What makes it so corrupt is the US Government. To circumvent our rights and liberties they set up a thing called a bureaucracy. Now we have so many of them. One of these bureaucracies called the FDA gives the Big Time Pharmaceuticals a virtual monopoly on the industry by charging an $800 fee to patent medicine.

    This mean millions of Americans will never make a difference because they will never have the chance to. It only takes one person to change the world and make it better for all of us. Those people will probably will have little or no chance to make any difference.

    We have gone from a country that cures diseases, to a country that permanently prolongs your agony. While the pharmaceuticals make a fortune month after month, year after year. Treatment I think they call it. It is more profitable to treat and not cure disease, grasshoppa.

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  4. ROMNEY = LIAR, BACHMAN = LIAR, PERRY = PURE EVIL PLUS IT WAS ANNOUNCED 2 YEARS AGO AFTER ATTENDING A BILDEBURGH METING THAT HE WOULD BE RUNNING FOR PRESIDENT,, OBAMA= THIEF, MURDERER, LIAR, PROMISE BREAKER JUST ALL OUT EVIL JUST LIKE THE BUSHES BUT SURE ARE'NT TEY RELATED. JUST 1 OPTIN FOR PRESIDENT OF THE ROMAN EMPIRE SORRY AMERICAN EMPIRE THE GUY OUT OF GLADIATOR,OOPS SORRY,, THE ONE THE ONLY DR. RON PAUL. ''RON PAUL CURED MY APATHY''

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