David Snider

commented on 4 Questions Voters Should Ask About Prop 37 2012-11-07 08:14:06 -0800 · Flag
Louise, I don’t know what happened last night other than, many people were either duped into believing the lies that Monsanto & other companies paid millions to put out there or, possible some people just didn’t know what 37 was and hurried to get through the ballot and just punched whatever.

What I think we need to do now is form an online campaign to somehow educate people (and it’s going to cost more money) by identifying EVER food that has GMO in it and listing them on a website of “foods to avoid”. If we can reduce their sales, it will affect their revenues.

Another path is to petition the retailers that are selling them such as Whole Foods (which supposedly prides themselves on organic foods) and list them as well as a “violater”.

Lastly, if you have the ability to become independent from these treacherous foods by growing your own vegetables, there are safe and organic seeds available, although, not inexpensively.

This is a sad day for many of us. I was certain that 37 would pass by a good margin but it’s difficult to fight true evil that has the resources.

commented on Statement about Bogus Economic Analysis of GMO Labeling Costs 2012-10-30 22:33:07 -0700 · Flag
Suggestion…. if prop 37 should fail (God forbid) what we need to do as consumers is to identify ALL foodstuffs that are produced by Monsanto and post the list as “foods to avoid”. This will hurt them financially.