Want to guess how many tons of food the central valley produces? Now want to compare that to the grain growing regions of the US? Now want to then extrapolate the amount of meat that is produced directly from that grain? On a caloric basis, the central valley is completely irrelevant. An insane amount of calories are gained from high fructose corn syrup. That stuff is in everything.
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You are mistaking dollar value for tons. Caviar is super high in dollar value. Does that feed lots of people? No.
The notion that the food grown in the central valley, which for the most part is low calorie high dollar value is more of a breadbasket then the vast corn regions of the grain belt is certifiably insane and a complete failure to understand the modern American industrial food system.
Look at the list of the crops grown in your blog. Tell me, can we raise vast numbers of chickens, hogs and cows on that? Can we turn those crops into extremely high caloric sugar replacements? Can we produce billions of tons of bread products from them?
I wasn't aware there was a constitutional amendment that was voted to overturn the statute the court order was based on. Can you cite this?Can you name the branch which voted against the legislation to turn the water back on
What's the point in voting on legislation that you know is unconstitutional and will be quickly overturned?The water was turned off because of the delta smelt. The democrats voted against the legislation to turn the water back on. Which of those two statements are false?
I see you dropped your batcrazy argument this is Obama's fault.
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