Dear President Obama:
Every private American citizen in this country needs your help today. As you are well aware, America as a nation has never been more sick and the cost of healthcare has never been greater.
This is a cause-and-effect problem, and "the proof is in the pudding" as they say. With your help we can ensure our Government protects it's private citizens as much as it protects our corporate citizens.
Over the past few decades the FDA has allowed our food and water supply to be increasingly contaminated by known toxic chemicals (BPA, food coloring, artificial sweeteners, etc.), and private Americans citizens are paying the price with their lives every day. This is not only unacceptable, but completely avoidable. The FDA should not only test for the validity of what a company claims to be in their product, but should also disapprove anything known, or even suspected, to increase health risks in the private citizens of America.
I realize this urgent request will be extremely unpopular among the large food and beverage corporations, but I assure you private American citizens are paying an unexpected and unwarranted third party cost which only supports the notion that our Government cares more about it's corporate citizens than it does about it's private citizens. Given the people's dependence on the protection of the FDA we need your help to correct this problem by increasing the FDA regulations on known toxins.
America can no longer afford to allow corporate citizens to be protected more than our private citizens. Please take action today to ensure the FDA protects the people of this great nation before protecting the profits of our corporate citizens. Your actions will not only reduce the cost of our healthcare, but also increase the productivity and longevity of the American workforce by saving the lives of countless private American citizens.
Thank you, Mr. President.
Tighten FDA regulations on toxic chemicals in our food and beverages.
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