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Old 05-22-2009, 01:34 PM   #11
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Ken, you merry prankster! OK, I'll play along:

Gives a human face to environmental issues

Because all this time we thought environmental hectoring was a subroutine of some giant antihuman supercomputer.

Empowers people to become active agents of sustainable and equitable development

Awesome. Three obnoxious leftard buzzwords in one sentence: "empower", "sustainable", "equitable". Always wondered who's the arbiter of "equitable". Because that pig Al Gore is rolling in 100 million dollars of sucker money. I'd like a piece of that.

Promotes an understanding that communities are pivotal to changing attitudes towards environmental issues

Translation: isolate the reactionary holdouts, marginalize them, and assimilate them.

Advocates partnership which will ensure all nations and peoples enjoy a safer and more prosperous future.

Another teeth-grating buzzword - "advocate". Hmm, now let's see - what system could possibly lead to widespread safety, prosperity, health, personal freedom, longevity... could it be... capitalism?

Sadly, capitalism is not 100% perfect, so it must be rejected for socialism in environmentalist drag. Because that's worked out so well everywhere it's been tried.

I think I'll spend World Environment Day wondering what the millions of victims of malaria would say about the DDT ban that killed them because Rachel Carson didn't hear birdies singing.

Make me dance, puppetmaster Ken!
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Old 05-22-2009, 01:37 PM   #12
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I don't care for Cubans myself.

I've got plans to incinerate a Punch Grand Puro 'Pico Bonito' and quaff a cool Porter later today...

Hopefully the LOML and the kids and the dog and cat and the freakin' house and lawn will let me...
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Old 05-22-2009, 01:50 PM   #13
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I think I'll spend World Environment Day wondering what the millions of victims of malaria would say about the DDT ban that killed them because Rachel Carson didn't hear birdies singing.
Now here's a man who's in the spirit of things!
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Old 05-22-2009, 05:11 PM   #14
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Ken, you merry prankster! OK, I'll play along:

Gives a human face to environmental issues

Because all this time we thought environmental hectoring was a subroutine of some giant antihuman supercomputer.

Empowers people to become active agents of sustainable and equitable development

Awesome. Three obnoxious leftard buzzwords in one sentence: "empower", "sustainable", "equitable". Always wondered who's the arbiter of "equitable". Because that pig Al Gore is rolling in 100 million dollars of sucker money. I'd like a piece of that.

Promotes an understanding that communities are pivotal to changing attitudes towards environmental issues

Translation: isolate the reactionary holdouts, marginalize them, and assimilate them.

Advocates partnership which will ensure all nations and peoples enjoy a safer and more prosperous future.

Another teeth-grating buzzword - "advocate". Hmm, now let's see - what system could possibly lead to widespread safety, prosperity, health, personal freedom, longevity... could it be... capitalism?

Sadly, capitalism is not 100% perfect, so it must be rejected for socialism in environmentalist drag. Because that's worked out so well everywhere it's been tried.

I think I'll spend World Environment Day wondering what the millions of victims of malaria would say about the DDT ban that killed them because Rachel Carson didn't hear birdies singing.

Make me dance, puppetmaster Ken!
Am I correct in remembering that the most centrally controlled socialist nations are also the filthiest and most toxic? How about that huge toxic lake the Soviets left in Eastern Europe? Then there's the massive dumps in China? All kidding aside I don't know where the idea comes from that freedom = environmental damage. Perhaps it's another of those collectivist lie campaigns like "conservatives hate to help people" and "urban sprawl is destroying the country".

Al Gores airplane burns enough fuel in one flight to deliver one of his lectures to power a Prius for something like 5 years of 40 hours per week driving. I'm not sure where this environmentally friendly reputation comes from. He could do these things by teleconference. Now THAT would impress me.

When Obama and Al Gore and Janeane Garofolo and George Clooney and the rest give all their millions to charity, buy middle class homes, give up their limousines and start riding Yamaha Scooters I'll start taking them as anything but the smarmy hypocrites they are.
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Old 05-22-2009, 07:08 PM   #15
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I thought you might like to see the idjit that came up with the current climate bill in congress, the Honorable Henry Waxjob... er, Waxman.

YouTube - Rep. Waxman: "I don't know the details. I rely on the scientists."
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