LICKERS HAVE BAD DAY AT BLACK ROCK

Judge Means upheld the USDA’s rule making power, approved the Rule establishing mandatory penalties, said there were no ‘due process’ problems, and what the USDA did was constitutional.

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Eugene’s friend, Randolph, who went to Vanderbilt Law School, said last October that this was the way this was going all turn out.

The Lickers now have no choice but to do the paradigm change.

Look for about 1/2 the package now and a leather dog collar.

But, frankly, it might be too late.

Also, look for the co-sponsors of HR 1518 to start piling in.

BGB

HERE IS THE COURT’S RULING IN FAVOR OF USDA
by Billy Go Boy
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2 thoughts on “LICKERS HAVE BAD DAY AT BLACK ROCK

  1. This ruling has nothing to do with the package and dog collar. That;s another issue!

    And, I have some not so good news for the flatters, while your friends are high fiving and drinkin wine, is the decertification process will have to play out over time, maybe three years and until then SHOW is still an HIO. There will have to be a hearing, an appeal within the department and finally an appeal to the 6 th circuit which may not agree with the 5th circuit judge. It is a brilliant move for SHOW to have the test case in Texas first because they still have the other court in Cincinnati as a back up. USDA is going to have to win twice. In marbles we called this slippents and they get another shot.

  2. Its all in place and is going to go a lot faster than what you are saying. By the way, what did you say is going to be left of the “Lickers” in 3 to 5 years. They are staggering toward the abyss at present – they have lost the public – they have lost the law suit -and they aren’t losing but about $2 million so far. A smart man I know sold all his stock last year because he saw this coming. Maybe you need to go talk to him.

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