More of your tax dollars at work
These fish are high in Omega 3 and low in contaminants, encourage fisherman to start fishing for them, encourage pharmaceutical companies to start producing OTC O3/Fish Oil supplements cheaply. Also, encourage pet food companies to start buying the processed fish and maybe lower the cost of pet food. If anyone wants to eat these fish, and you can, give free fishing licenses to any and all fisherman willing to reduce the waters of the fish. There could be business incentives with this problem if this Stupid administration would stop giving favors in the way of paid positions or throwing money at the problem. Let the private sector be encouraged to make money on the problem.
Answer by jewjewbee at 10:38 PM on Sep. 9, 2010
"This is a serious challenge, a serious threat," Durbin said. "When it comes to the Asian carp threat, we are not in denial.
No, we can't deny this fish is a real problem. We can deny that the American people want more stimulus money spent, don't want tax increases or, my favorite, we can deny the American people don't want UHC and a voice in their government, but don't deny this fish is a problem. Unbelievable.
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