If you are honestly against subsidized health care, I want to ask you that starting tomorrow, and for consistency sake, you stop using the list of products listed below. You see, this is not an all encompassing list, it’s just the beginning of the list of products that you should be worried about.
What’s the list? Why should you stop using them, you ask?
This list is a general list of Products that use Corn. Corn is one more of the evils of big government. Corn Subsidies in United States totaled $56.2 billion from 1995-2006.
Much as you malign subsidized health care, you should be against government intervention in our food supply trough corn subsides!
Do it for our children! Do it for our grand-children. Stop now the out of control spending of the government.
Show your true patriotic colors and stop using:
Adhesives (glues, pastes, mucilages, gums, etc.)
Automobiles (everything on wheels)
xxx– cylinder heads
xxx– ethanol – fuel & windshield washer fluid
xxx– spark plugs
xxx– synthetic rubber finishes
Batteries, dry cell
Coatings on wood, paper & metal
Colour carrier in paper & textile, printing
C.M.A. (calcium magnesium acetate)
Crayon and chalk
Dextrose (intravenous solutions, icing sugar)
Ethyl and butyl alcohol
Explosives – firecrackers
Flour & grits
Ink for stamping prices in stores
Instant coffee & tea
James, jellies and preserves
Paper board, (corrugating, laminating, cardboard)
Paper plates & Cups
Pharmaceuticals – The Life Line of The Hospital
Shaving cream & lotions
Soaps and cleaners
Starch & glucose (over 40 types)
Franklin @ September 14, 2009