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  1. patsfan13

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    Too much fun, walking the walk as opposed to talking the talk. :D ;)

    http://epw.senate.gov/public/index....ecord_id=0510480a-802a-23ad-401c-e362782ce790


     
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    They're both heavily invested in these, so neither one of the is 'Green".[​IMG]
     
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    Yeah but Bush isn't telling you not to take your kids fishing in a pickup truck of you'll destroy the world or pretending to be carbon neutral. ;)
     
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    This is the same "green" president that lifted restrictions of coal plant pollutions?

    seriously?
     
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    Bush clears brush with his bare hands, I wonder if Gore has ever cleared brush :singing: :singing:
     
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    I fu-kin KNEW you were going to say that!:rocker: :bricks:
     
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    Link so we can see what exactly you are talkin about?
     
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    BTW without those evil oil refineries and terrible coal plants you would be freezing to death tonight,.
     
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    Not me!
    I heat with wood. Got plenty.
    :rocker:
    Do you have any idea how much toxins those plants put into the air?
    Not to mention the infernal machines that use the product like cars and generator plants.
    Mercury and lead are major causes of neurological damage in children living in close proximity to plants. I know you don't like that.
     
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    OOOOWWWWWW worse for the enviro than petrochemicals, not very carbon neutral, you are destroying the planet, we're all gonna die because fo people like you with their evil fireplaces and wood stoves, for shame!

    ;)
     
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    Don't care to discuss the neurological diseases caused by Lead and Mercury on the kids, huh?

    Don't feel bad, no one else does either. :(
     
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    I think we would do far better to look at heavy metals and pollution of drinking water than wasting time with the Global warming tripe.
     
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    My wife won't let me look at Pictures of Gore anywhere, last week I saw a picture of him waving his finger, his eyes were bulging out and drool was running down his chin, I turned the heat up, put every light in the house on then I went out and started up my two SUV's and let them run all night.
    The next morning I went out with my dog and we both took a sh!t on my front lawn.
    A Copy of this went to Tipper, the poor women is still forced to call that big fool "Mr President"
    :bricks:
     
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    :rofl:


    Now I know why PC has you blocked: you make his sides hurt.

    Too funny.


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    PressCover has been playing with himself all after-noon, Libby was convicted.
    :rocker:
     
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    That's been what I've been yelling about every time the "climate change" subject comes up! The reduction of pollution, especially the airborn metals that stay in the air, water and soil, will have a secondary effect of reducing any climate change proven or not proven.

    I don't understand why the primary focus of the mining and burning of fossil fuels around the world is not more importantly connected to disease and death in children RIGHT NOW!
     
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    :eek: :wha:
     
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    The reason is money. The UN wants to tax carbon and as I have pointed there is a huge potential for people corps to make money off trading carbon credits. Enron was hot on this before they were exposed as crooks.

    Controlling heavy metals and dealing with groundwater contamination is a much bigger problem, but it isn't trendy, or a big moneymaker.
     
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    Kill All The People
    No More Kids
    Destroy All The Houses On Malibu Beach And Build A Park
    Kill All Of Haliburtons Employees
    Outlaw All Outdoor Toilets
    Kill All The Homeless People They Have Bowel Movements in Alleys
    Destroy Rich Democrats Septic Tanks
    Destroy Airliners Use Boats And Horses
    Destroy Boob Gores House And Make Him Live In A Tent
    Then Kill Yourself So You Won't Pollute Anything

    F-cking Whacko Bastards

    :bricks:
     
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    Wow. This is actually something we agree on! If it weren't for a bloviating man child hijacking this thread (as usual) in bold type with meaningless tripe, it would be worth discussing.

    Wistah has made this point before. However, both of you should know that unlike CO2 emmissions, there has already been LAWS established to protect our drinking water. Maybe they are not enforced as you would like?

    The fact that Republicans have been hell bent on reversing this trend and deregulating these toxins, gutting the regulations within the Clean Water Act so their big business buddies don't have to spend money on controlling thier waste, is not lost on us though. The reason is money, as you said, and corporate profits, and the fact that the US DOD is the single largest polluter of groundwater BAR NONE.

    That said...pf13, why do I think you are FOS when you say you are also concerned about groundwater contamination???? Are you simply throwing that out there to deflect from having to defend your baseless claims on GW debate (like how H2O is the biggest greenhouse gas or that solar flux is more important than fossil fuel combustion).
     

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