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Wednesday, March 19, 2014

Why IAMs Dog Food Should Be Boycotted

  1. I suspect most of their expense goes to marketing. This is why...
  2. Iams is owned by Procter & Gamle - a Globalist company eager to turn you into a slave. Don't believe me? P&G is lobbying for the TPP - the Trans Pacific Partnership - I know - sounds nice and friendly and fuzzy - kind of like murdering 1 Million Iraqis because they hate our freedom.
  3. The TPP puts corporations above nations. Sort of like the movie Aliens.
  4. Ask Dianne Feinstein - let me know if she gives you a real answer - she is a corrupt corporate whore. It is not a free trade agreement - it is a very secret sellout of the world's population - the only place you can read about it is on wikileaks.
Dear Mrs. Peon:
 
Thank you for contacting me regarding the negotiation of the Trans-Pacific Partnership free trade agreement.  I appreciate the time you took to write, and I welcome the opportunity to respond.
 
First, please know that as a United States Senator, I carefully review each free trade agreement that comes before me to ensure that the best interests of American workers and businesses are served, and that the agreement will not adversely affect the U.S. economy, human rights, labor rights, and environmental standards.  
 
The Trans-Pacific Partnership, which is currently being negotiated between the United States, Australia, Brunei, Canada, Chile, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, New Zealand, Peru, Singapore, and Vietnam, is intended to eliminate tariff and non-tariff barriers to trade between the partners on nearly all goods and services.  The United States currently has free trade agreements with every nation in the Partnership except Brunei, Japan, Malaysia, New Zealand, and Vietnam.  
 
President Obama formally notified Congress of his Administration's intention to enter into negotiations on December 14, 2009, and the members have since participated in seventeen rounds of negotiations.
 
As you may know, Congress must approve each trade agreement before it comes into effect for the United States.  Please be assured that I am closely monitoring the negotiations, and I will keep your thoughts in mind as I review any final agreement.

 

Once again, thank you for writing, and I hope that you will continue to keep me informed about issues of importance to you. Should you have any further comments or questions, please feel free to contact my Washington, D.C. office at (202) 224-3841, or visit my website at www.feinstein.senate.gov. Best regards.


Sincerely yours,


  Dianne Feinstein
         United States Senator
 
Boxbitch is no better:


United States Senate
Dear Ms. Stupidvoter:
Thank you for writing to me to express your views on whether Congress should grant President Obama fast-track authority to negotiate a Trans-Pacific Partnership regional free trade agreement.  I appreciate hearing from you.
I believe that all citizens should become involved in the legislative process by letting their voices be heard, and I appreciate the time and effort that you took to share your thoughts with me.  One of the most important aspects of my job is keeping informed about the views of my constituents, and I welcome your comments so that I may continue to represent California to the best of my ability.  Should I have the opportunity to consider legislation on this or similar issues, I will keep your views in mind.
For additional information about my activities in the U.S. Senate, please visit my website,http://boxer.senate.gov.  From this site, you can access statements and press releases that I have issued about current events and pending legislation, request copies of legislation and government reports, and receive detailed information about the many services that I am privileged to provide for my constituents.  You may also wish to visit http://thomas.loc.gov/home/thomas.php to track current and past legislation.
Again, thank you for taking the time to share your thoughts with me.  I appreciate hearing from you.

Sincerely,

Barbara Boxer
United States Senator

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