When I heard the message from Dr. Saladino, it was expressed as coming from Biden. Unlike many extremists liberals and conservatives I know, I acknowledged that those comments didn't come from Biden. But are you denying that those comments were made by others? My objection is to the idea that we will go away from real meat or reduce meat production and availability in the US.I think other folks might be thinking quietly to themselves that you keep moving the goalpost. If I recall correctly, you started out by saying unprompted:
Which happens to be a Fox talking point as well. I'm not saying you bringing that up is a case of causality.... just that it's more than a coincidence.
The real problem with meat production in the Untied States is the factory farm arrangement that we have. Free range cattle is not only healthier, it is also better for the environment. https://farmvsfactory.org/About a year ago we switched to one of those meat subscriptions that provides only grass fed and finished beef. Yes, it is a little more expensive than the store brand ground beef or steaks, but it is healthier and tastes better.
To shift gears:
What are your thoughts on the Presidents speech last night? I think there were some things that were a bit far fetched, but the jobs plan sounds promising. I think it is better to put people to work than give them a handout. I also agree with him regarding the inquinate infrastructure system. We see it all the time with some of our state maintained roads.
On the other hand, I think it is a load of crap that Unions built the middle class, but I do think that there needs to be renewed interest in the trades. Programs like Mike Rowe Works is a small but significant step in the right direction. Biden pushed the possibility of free community college, but I think he should also make trade schools free and subsidize apprentices for trades.
He talked about gun reform, but he didn't address the other side of the coin of improving mental health services.