Monday, April 23, 2007

FDA Was Aware of Dangers To Food

E coli Republicans slackened FDA standards.
"This administration does not like regulation, this administration does not like spending money, and it has a hostility toward government. The poisonous result is that a program like the FDA is going to suffer at every turn of the road," said Rep. John D. Dingell (D-Mich.), chairman of the full House committee. Dingell is considering introducing legislation to boost the agency's accountability, regulatory authority and budget.

In the peanut butter case, an agency report shows that FDA inspectors checked into complaints about salmonella contamination in a ConAgra Foods factory in Georgia in 2005. But when company managers refused to provide documents the inspectors requested, the inspectors left and did not follow up.
The contaminated food as of late can be traced back to FDA cutbacks of the Bush administration. This new breed of conservative supports sh*t-tainted salad and killing pets.

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