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Friday, March 30, 2007

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 Score one for the vegetarians

You know all that crap that the meat industry feeds you about how their product is safe? Yes, it is a bunch of BS:
For three decades, U.S. inspectors visited 250 meat processing plants as rarely as once every two weeks despite federal law requiring daily inspection, Agriculture Department officials admitted to lawmakers on Thursday.

"All I can say is, it's been going on for a long time," said Undersecretary Richard Raymond to the House Appropriations subcommittee on agriculture. "It's going to stop now."

You mean, like now?

He told reporters afterward that daily inspections would commence "soon, damn soon."

So how soon is now?

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