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Topic - Expired supplies can become toxic
Posted: November 03 2008 at 11:34am By jacksdad
   Thank you starspirit - I've been around but lurking for a while until all the pre election fervor dies down. There hasn't been much new BF stuff out there to comment on, and I don't want to get involved in arguments about the relative merits of the Presidential candidates as it's been getting a little contentious of late. I see it as a somewhat pointless exercise in banner waving as it's unlikely that anything we say here will affect the outcome of the election. I do however think that to get involved in heated debates about politics on a site that is an extrememly useful pandemic planning site has the potential to detract from it's usefulness to some degree. While free speech is absolutely a right we should all fight to protect, some of the things that sometimes get posted have the potential to muddy the water somewhat and could conceivably drive a wedge between fellow preppers who may be closer in spirit than their political differences might suggest. Hence, I'm keeping my big mouth shut on this one (for once), although I've never made much of a secret about my political leanings in the past. Let's face it - if you're here you're already looking at a much bigger (and extremely scary) picture than 99% of the population anyway. A high CFR pandemic will make the stock markets recent problems look downright trivial. Prep on regardless of who the new President turns out to be as though your life depended on it, because it just might.