Obama Takes 'Anti-Agriculture Approach,' Senator Says

October 31, 2012 11:18 AM
 

U.S. Sen. Mike Johanns (R-Neb.) takes President Barack Obama to task over his agriculture policy in a column published in the Sioux City Journal online.

As written in the column at SiouxCityJournal.com:

"As a former secretary of agriculture, I know what it means to establish policies that support our farmers and ranchers. I also recognize punishing overregulation and policies that wrap agriculture in red tape. For the past four years, producers have felt the stifling impact of President Obama’s anti-agriculture approach."

Learn why Johanns thinks Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney would act differently in the complete column at SiouxCity Journal.com.  

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Anonymous
10/31/2012 06:34 PM
 

  This isn't news, it's just another GOPer trying to get sucker votes for his side.

 
 
Anonymous
11/1/2012 04:52 AM
 

  Stifling impact of Obama's anti-agriculture policies, my he does have a gift for hype. Personally, I don't feel stifled. I feel blessed to have experienced four ridiculously profitable years in a row , even with the worst drought since 1988. Let's be honest , neither candidate knows or cares much about agriculture. Either one will basically go along with whatever program Congress comes up with(if they come up with one), and as farmers , we'll deal with whatever they throw at us, and at the end of the day still enjoy the best job & lifestyle in the world. Quit your whining!!!

 
 
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