other people can judge for themselves who better knows what they're talking about. if everyone thinks you're wrong though, maybe it's time for you to consider the possibility. most of the things you write are nonsense.
"health care" isnt a cause of death. lack of health care? lack of preventative health care? misdiagnoses? what do you even mean? are you thinking about how you were given antipsychotics instead of niacin? i dont know. is this based on some shit you read on naturalnews.com that then bounced around in your head for awhile before being reinterpreted into a simple nonsensical statement that makes sense to you?
but i don't seek to "evenly distribute" health care, i seek for everyone to have a right to it without having to worry about goign to the doctor because of the cost.
GMO corn oil is unhealthy because it has an omega-3 to 6 ratio of 60:1, disease starts at 8:1.
why are you providing us with this "fact"? i simply said corn is a solid staple food that is not itself a danger to peoples health. corn oil
is a cooking oil that comes from corn, but extracting oil from corn isnt the same thing as just eating corn, and nor did i say people should just eat corn all the time. i feel like you just have a list of BAD CORN FACTS and pulled that from the list for no reason
And yes corn subsidies are from a central authority. These subsidies are against the best interest of the farmers, because the government tells them to stop growing corn, and thus they make less money. There's no arguing that what-so-ever.
dont even know what this means, you seem to think that the US pays farmers to grow corn while ordering them not to grow corn, for no particular purpose (sowing chaos for the purpose of population control? idk what sort of shit you think). what we actually do is give farmers money to try to protect them from low prices or droughts or whatever. they get it because theyre a strong lobby. but i refer you again to what i actually said: farm subsidies do not come from "a central authority trying to organize crops to meet the needs of americans.
" the goal of our farm subsidies has little to do with attempting to set the diets of americans.