Milk prices could soar to $8 a gallon

Milk prices could soar to $8 a gallon

There are 25 comments on the Carlsbad Current-Argus story from Dec 8, 2013, titled Milk prices could soar to $8 a gallon. In it, Carlsbad Current-Argus reports that:

Current-Argus Otilia Dominguez, left, shops for a gallon of milk with her granddaughter, Valerie Veloz, at La Tienda on Friday afternoon.

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Shane

Cameron, MO

#21 Dec 14, 2013
jolee wrote:
maybe........
there is a long history of argument regarding the commerce clause
and there are several theories
http://law2.umkc.edu/faculty/projects/ftrials...


no maybe about it ! The Constitution was founded on the natural rights theory that only
individuals - not corporations - have certain alienable rights. Individuals with natural rights are born, not created like corporations, which are just legalized fictions designed to maximize profit. Those like Steve King of Iowa, who are corporate shills for Monsanto et alia have piggybacked on the distrastrous interpreation of the Citizens United Decision by the Supreme Court that corporations are individuals with the same natural rights as individuals who are born, not legalized fictions with stockholders, etc. Completely contrary to the beliefs of the framers of the Constitution, who were oppressed precisely by a corporation:
the East India Company. The King Amendment is predicated upon the fiction that corporations have natural rights and therefore can override the interests of states or individuals. They don't. Period.
courtney

Carlsbad, NM

#22 Dec 16, 2013
perhaps we would be better off is the food stamp program was NOT in the farm bill
and we were only talking about farm issues and not welfare
cancer suxs

Faribault, MN

#23 Dec 17, 2013
Without price controls on food we could see our food cost triple if not more. We need more price controls in the USA.
Doug

Carlsbad, NM

#24 Jan 7, 2014
Prior to September 11, 2001, everything was kind of affordable. After that day, prices of fuel went up drastically, store shelves were empty for a long time. Why? Who caused this? Al Qaeda? Sorry to quell your ignorance but no. Our elected officials let the milking of our nation continue for the longest time after that incident, while many of them lined their pockets and bank accounts with the "forced increase in prices" and the guaranteed subsidies to huge commercial fuel producers and mega-agra production, which always have the politicians in their back pockets.
Progressive Ha Ha Ha wrote:
We all must pay a terrible price for allowing obama to be re-elected. We deserve every tragic out come the Obamites deal to American familys.

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#25 Jan 7, 2014
Progressive Ha Ha Ha wrote:
We all must pay a terrible price for allowing obama to be re-elected. We deserve every tragic out come the Obamites deal to American familys.
As a super-patriot, when will you learn the f''king English language?

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