UPDATE – Comments decry the credit going to the globalist foodie, Donna Roberts. In addition to any more Web searching, perhaps we can contact the canine culinary specialist and ask her, tomorrow. If so, maybe she can also give us her perspective on global food controls and United States Sovereignty.(1/4, 12:14am CT)
Rick Santorum’s Iowa Caucus speech was eloquent and moving.
However, this poignant, soulful quote, from its beginning…
A friend is someone who knows the song in your heart, and can sing it back to you when you have forgotten the words.
The Bound are interested in Rick Santorum and what he may be learning, not necessarily from the literary world, but of the threats of global governance and the central banking complex, of neo-Marxism, and of Islamist jihadism.
We want to hear what Sen. Santorum would do as president, for our popular and national Sovereignty, doggone it, before we sing out our friendship.
And what an irony for us to find this source. Ms. Twitchell is apparently someone very familiar with matters of international trade and the conflict between national sovereignty and global governance. From goodreads.com:
Donna Roberts is a senior economist at the Economic Research Service, US Department of Agriculture. She served as a delegate to the WTO’s Committee on the Application of Sanitary and Phytosanitary Measures while on assignment at the US Trade Representative’s Permanent Mission in Geneva from 1996 to 2002. In her current position, she continues her research on food regulation and trade.
We wonder if she took part in drafting the very problematic Food Safety Act, recently put upon us, that ties up so much of America’s food trade with a global leash.
Her friendship quote is not likely from Food Regulation and Trade: Toward a Safe and Open Global Food System, by Timothy Edward Josling, Donna Roberts
pesky speech writers anyway