Kentucky's ONLY Food Freedom Candidate for Governor: Phil Moffett
I know this because I asked him about it. Meanwhile, his career-politician opponents have abysmal track records on the subject! Hear Phil's stance on the 10th amendment below: he will keep the feds at the state line on all liberty and constitutional issues. Music to my ears!
Following is the best Phil Moffett video intro I have come across. Get to know Phil in fourteen minutes -- then spread the word:
With Phil in the governor's seat, I'm betting there will be no Morningland Dairy or Estrella Cheese raids in KY!!! If you are a food freedom warrior in any other state, please consider supporting Phil Moffett for Governor. Once Phil wins in KY, it will make it easier for you to elect Food Freedom Candidates in your next elections!
P.S. His opponents are all Big Ag, Big Gov, career-politicians. Not to mention Big Spenders.
P.P.S. Costa Rica may not think this important news because I bet ticos would laugh at the notion that anyone would make raw milk illegal. But the day may come and here's my evidence:
1. There's an FDA office in downtown San José. "Sally, you are so paranoid. They are just here to spread democracy." Right. 2. Monsanto has an open door in Costa Rica thanks to CAFTA. (Learn how Monsanto plays into the raw milk picture here. 3. The U.S. gives Costa Rica $300,000 A MONTH to do its bidding. Er, I mean, to fight the drug war. 4. Where do ticos shop? At Walmart owned stores: Maxi Bodega, Hipermas, Mas x Menos. Ticos are getting a food education in the joys of GMOs, hfcs and ultra-pasteurized dairy. No raw milk sold there. 5. What is happening with farming in Costa Rica? Of the 4M ticos, 3M live in the central valley.
But why should I worry? I'm in the United States now. Land of the Free. Where the FDA, the Milk Lobby and the Kentucky Farm Bureau are working hard to make raw milk illegal. Good move, eh?