Part 1 -- Testing Pesticides
There's a copyrighted article which appeared in the Los Angeles Times in which Elizabeth Shogren, a Times Staff writer states that the Clinton administration stopped using information from industry studies conducted on humans to determine the amount of pesticides that could be applied to fruits, vegetables and other crops. So, now a concerned American is wondering the following:
Do you think we could get Bush or Ashcroft to sign up as guinea pigs to take small doses of pesticides? This must be one of those tests that was dreamed up by Nazi scientists in favor of population control. A little selective extermination for dummies. The motto: If your dumb enough to do it, you're dumb enough to die.
Now tell me honestly, do you think we could get Bush or Ashcroft to sign
up as guinea pigs to take small doses of pesticides?
Editor's note: The article appears to be in the November 27, 2001 edition. See if you can access this Web site; I couldn't.