I don't know if any of your friends have Agent Orange but down in Florida I have met a few biker friends who were there and we ride together now and than ,unfortunately a few of them no longer ride due to the disease . It's also sad to see a progression grow worse of any kind on a friend ,or a family member , I am sure that as we grow older we have seen so many friends lives taken from something we can't have a cure for ,and than again I wonder with all of our technology in the last 100 years And that isn't that far back considering we are from the 40's and 50's . Yes I'm sorry to remind a few of us we have been around for so long that a lot of things we take for granted were not here when we were in high school . My right knee is totally replaced . My left eye is resting on a artificial platform otherwise I would be wearing an artificial eye . I have rods supporting my cervical spine , but these guys were unfortunate to get a thing we didn't know could happen to them .
Now big business wants to use the chemical on crops !!! Call your Grandchildren and tell them not to worry because us older people are not gonna let it happen . It would be terrible to find out a loved one was dying from a chemical used on crop farmers properties right here in the GOOD OLD ? U S A , I signed the petition I hope you will too . Thanks again , Andy
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Dow's 2,4-D. It's half the formula for Agent Orange, the Vietnam War herbicide responsible for severe illnesses in people directly exposed to it, and also in their offspring and future generations. It's a known cause of cancer in farmers who routinely use it on their crops. Now, 2,4-D is about to be unleashed in greater strengths, in amounts estimated at more than 50 times what farmers are…
Remember Agent Orange? The 2,4-D chemical concoction commissioned by the U.S. Army to defoliate jungles and destroy food crops during the Vietnam War? U.S. corn and soybean farmers could soon be using more of this toxic herbicide than ever before. Unless we convince the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) to put the brakes on plans to approve Dow AgroSciences' new "Enlist" brand corn and…
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