America’s Largest Problems-State of the Union

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Thoughts before the State of the Union address:

On the eve of the State of the Union address, it is time to focus on the biggest problems facing the Country. Certainly on the list is healthcare cost. But will it be  mentioned in context with the American red meat and sugar based diet. Certainly the President with access to the Countries knowledge base is familiar with the World Cancer Study and the Harvard Nurses Health study recently published which connect the American red meat diet to these diseases. Certainly the President and his wife are aware that sugar and obesity are connected. Certainly the President is aware that corn is the common denominator between these products. But the President is also aware that Iowa is not yet ready to renounce corn and that Francis Thicke’s new vision for Iowa agriculture lost the recent election for Iowa Secretary of Agriculture. But Francis got a surprising 38% of the vote. Al Gore recently admitted that Corn Ethanol is a bad idea but that he had to support it to win in Iowa. We know that the President’s focus is on the 2012 elections and once again because  Iowa will be among those casting the first vote it will be very hard for him to face America’ largest problem, CORN. If he does he deserves our support.

Comments after the speech

I conclude that he doesn’t have a clue about our food system disaster. He has mentioned that  living in the White White House is like living in a bubble but he does have a Secretary of Health and Welfare. I wonder if she is as clueless?

 

 

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