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The Women and a Few Good Men: 2007 Farm Bill Debate
by Khubaka, Michael Harris
Tuesday Dec 26th, 2006 8:00 AM
In the 2007 Farm Bill Debate, together we can eliminate forever low, low, low, low food insecurity in our nation food, farm, fuel and fiber industries.
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The Women and a Few Good Men: 2007 Farm Bill Debate

U.S. Senate and Congressional Women hold leadership balance of power to change forever the paradigm of artificial scarcity in the Agriculture allocation of U.S. tax dollars. No child in the United States of America should never go hungry from this day forward, January 4, 2007.

Let the 110 U.S. Congress begin with a basic paradigm shift by measuring the opportunity costs of feeding our nation's children "high quality" fresh fruit and vegetables vs. "low quality" processed modified substances featured in a current reality where millions of children go hungry.

Bipartisan members of Congress, who are Grandmothers, have never choosen to take food from the mouth of growing children to subsidize an artificial scarcity of unhealthy, unholy, modified food substances industry and now have the power to enforce a paradigm shift.

One nation, under GOD, with liberty and justice for all could be applied to our nations food supply in the 2007 Farm Bill Debate.

Congresswomen Nancy Pelosi, Congresswoman Carolyn Cheeks Kilpatrick, Congresswomen Grace F. Napolitano, Congresswomen Barbara Lee, Congresswomen Doris Matsui, Congresswomen Lynn Woolsey, Congresswomen Lois Capps and where the real rubber meet road is in both the upper and lower house in the Rules Committee Chairs.

Imagine "on in the day" where the first Ag Census on Earth was enumerated by Black Women who counted everybody in the Community and provided sacred nutritious food to nourish the soul back to the creator.

Former Congresswomen Eva Clayton, smiled wonderfully wide when I spoke to her of the 2007 Farm Bill Debate Theme: The Women and a Few Good Men, in our Nations Press Club, maybe this 110th Session of Congress a bipartisan Women Caucus can demonstrate why there is a sacred symbol atop our Nation's Capitol.

It is a joy to begin to work with the Divine Universal Sisterhood and continue on my journey to become one of the few good men who will support our Queen Sister’s in the 2007 Farm Bill Debate, together we can eliminate forever low, low, low, low food insecurity in our nation.

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