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Tuesday, October 11, 2022

Tuesday tidbits

I'm tired, been packing the truck for Palm Springs but before I go home to take a nap I want to shpiel, real quick like. * I disagree with the Biden Administration, who are siding with pork producers against California. A couple years back here in California we passed Proposition 12, otherwise known as the “Prevention of Cruelty to Farm Animals Act,” which is considered the United States’ strongest law that improves living conditions for farmed animals. It establishes minimum requirements for farmers to provide adequate space for hens, pigs used for breeding, and calves used for veal. It also prevents California businesses from selling animal products that come from farms outside of the state that do not meet the minimum requirements. The pork industry says that it runs afoul of the commerce clause and isn't fair to the rest of the country. Tough. This measure was presented to California voters on their ballots in 2018 and passed with 63% of voters' support. You don't like it, sell your pork chops someplace else. I believe in democracy and majoritarianism. The people have spoken. Respect them. Same goes for our car rules. You don't like them, pollute your own state. * Tulsi Gabbard is leaving the Democrat party. Great. Tulsi, we won't miss you a bit. Read this.* Friends like the Saudis, who needs enemies? * Good luck finding an OB-GYN in a red state and trying to have a baby. I predict post dobbs, doctors will be leaving in droves, leaving women's medical care in a very sorry state. Can you blame a doctor for not wanting to be second guessed and having to go to court and risk being jailed ?* Time for Germany and France to stand up and deliver for Ukraine, empty promises on missile systems so far. * Ron De Santis treats migrants like animals and ships them to the northeast. Ain't it funny, now he needs them to clear hurricane debris in his state. Karma. *Lets hear it for the Padres and the Aztec football team. New quarterback is a winner. Beat the Dodgers, Pads!

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