The Senate is debating the 2007 Food and Farm Bill this month. And what you eat and pay for food hangs in the balance. You think -- because you aren't a farmer -- that the "farm bill" doesn't affect you. But you are wrong.Even though the USDA and nutritionists want Americans to eat less fat, less sugar and more fruits and vegetables, your governments pours billions of dollars into livestock and sugar and very little into vegetables. Why is it that it costs just an extra buck for another hamburger or a another quarter for a supersized drink, but there's no break when you buy three apples or broccoli and carrots?
Could it be the billions of dollars our government gives to the corporate farmer for growing cattle over cauliflower?
For the past 20 years our government has had a a policy that values corporate interests over the health of the American people.Call your Senator today and tell him or her you want a bill that promotes health, not obesity.