I have a survey of sorts, and I know Redditors to be rather intelligent... (self.Ohio)
6 ups - 13 downs = 0 votes
I have been living in Ohio for most of my life, but did not become immersed in politics until the last few years. Watching what has been happening in the world around us makes me glad to live here. But such a blind blissfulness can be dangerous, and I feel it is now time to start taking back our country from the elitist, NSA, and corrupt government. Since we have to start small, I thought I would start here.
My first question is do we REALLY want GMO's grown and put in our food without our knowledge? Would you sign a petition to force companies to put GMO labeling? I won't say think of the kids, I am not that low, but it may be a good place to start. We have lost our ability to grow and cook our own food, and our kids will have no idea where their food comes from. I think we need to start educating people, and get back to more natural food. I would say ban HFCS, but that is WAY too optimistic.
Would you sign a petition to allow the growing and production on hemp and hemp products. I think we should follow Kentucky and do it sooner than California. This, I truly believe, will be the most important plant for the American population to remove the yoke of corporate greed. Also helps the soil in between corn plantings, which would help us in the long run against over fertilization. This leads to my third and final, would you allow for the decriminalization of personal marijuana use? We have been lied to about this for years, and I am hoping the generation before us can help my generation push through legislation to end this insane war of a plant less dangerous than most over the counter medications.
TL:DR - Do you want GMO labeling or ban?
Do you want industrialized hemp grown and produced here?
Do you really care if people smoke a j in the privacy of their own home?
EDIT: Misquote in the title, there is no intelligence on Reddit, end of line
16 comments submitted at 14:07:49 on Nov 27, 2013 by Gibbie_X_Zenocide