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Democrats RAISE TAXES, and add THOUSANDS of Regulations on small businesses that STRANGLE ECONOMIC GROWTH, and THEN, claim that THEIR PATHETIC GROWTH is the BEST that we can achieve... and BLAME it on George Bush...

 

Trump lays out an economic plan that proposes to lower taxes, and ELIMINATE MOST of Obamas THOUSANDS of EPA Regulations... and economists are coming out of the woodwork to say it CAN NOT ONLY WORK, but will likely generate growth in EXCESS of the 3.5% that Trump has suggested...

 

Liberals have NO IDEA what it takes to generate growth... TRUMP was RIGHT, the ONLY THING that Democrats can increase, are the WELFARE ROLLS !!

 

They are EXCELLENT at THAT !!

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Democrats RAISE TAXES, and add THOUSANDS of Regulations on small businesses that STRANGLE ECONOMIC GROWTH, and THEN, claim that THEIR PATHETIC GROWTH is the BEST that we can achieve... and BLAME it on George Bush...

 

Trump lays out an economic plan that proposes to lower taxes, and ELIMINATE MOST of Obamas THOUSANDS of EPA Regulations... and economists are coming out of the woodwork to say it CAN NOT ONLY WORK, but will likely generate growth in EXCESS of the 3.5% that Trump has suggested...

 

Liberals have NO IDEA what it takes to generate growth... TRUMP was RIGHT, the ONLY THING that Democrats can increase, are the WELFARE ROLLS !!

 

They are EXCELLENT at THAT !!

You're welcome to your opinion, Too bad you can't prove anything you post.

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The records are clear... the EPA has issues THOUSANDS of new regulations without ANY congressional oversight, which they have the authority to do, BUT it has SERIOUSLY IMPACTED out economy...

 

THIS is not my "OPINION", the list of EPA regulations is LONG and ONEROUS... Taxes, in various forms have also been imposed, including Obama care which is IMPLODING... again NOT my OPINION... it's FACT.

 

If you has any sense YOU would verify it for yourself, RATHER than call the messenger a LIAR !!

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The records are clear... the EPA has issues THOUSANDS of new regulations without ANY congressional oversight, which they have the authority to do, BUT it has SERIOUSLY IMPACTED out economy...

 

THIS is not my "OPINION", the list of EPA regulations is LONG and ONEROUS... Taxes, in various forms have also been imposed, including Obama care which is IMPLODING... again NOT my OPINION... it's FACT.

 

If you has any sense YOU would verify it for yourself, RATHER than call the messenger a LIAR !!

I know I'll be chided for this, but can you prove this?

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You are not a messenger, Sam. You have not given even one example of the nonsense you spew.

All you do is rant.

The EPA is not the reason for slow growth. The main reasons are that the population is aging and older people buy less stuff. The younger people are making crappy wages and rents and home prices are too high. Robots have replaced people in manufacturing jobs.

The EPA is not even in the top ten reasons.

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The PATHETIC economic growth is OUT THERE for ANYONE to see... the last figure was "growth" that was revised down to 1.2%... when 3% is considered Normal" during a recovery... OBAMA has NEVER achieved 3% growth...

 

MOST economists attribute it to the EPA and their OUT OF CONTROL regulations, and Obama's other anti business policies... Democrats DO NOT want to encourage small businesses... BECAUSE small businesses are TOO DIFFICULT to control... Even though THEY are source of MOST jobs in America.

 

DEMOCRATS would rather stifle small business, and CONTROL large business (at least the ones they HAVE NOT driven to other countries YET). Give a couple years, TRUMP would trun that ALL ARAOND... and THAT is what SACRES the LIBERAL Democrats, AND the RINO Republicans...

 

THEIR LIES would be LAID BARE for EVERYONE TO SEE !!

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Trump wants to build a massive wall that will...

...Cost several billion dollars to build and even more to maintain.

...Not be paid for by Mexico.

...Not be paid for by tariffs because it would drive the cost of goods sky high.

...Have very little impact on crime.

...Will cause American homeowners to forfeit their own property.

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Democrats RAISE TAXES, and add THOUSANDS of Regulations on small businesses that STRANGLE ECONOMIC GROWTH, and THEN, claim that THEIR PATHETIC GROWTH is the BEST that we can achieve... and BLAME it on George Bush...

 

Trump lays out an economic plan that proposes to lower taxes, and ELIMINATE MOST of Obamas THOUSANDS of EPA Regulations... and economists are coming out of the woodwork to say it CAN NOT ONLY WORK, but will likely generate growth in EXCESS of the 3.5% that Trump has suggested...

 

Liberals have NO IDEA what it takes to generate growth... TRUMP was RIGHT, the ONLY THING that Democrats can increase, are the WELFARE ROLLS !!

 

They are EXCELLENT at THAT !!

Anything intelligent you wanted to talk about?

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The PATHETIC economic growth is OUT THERE for ANYONE to see... the last figure was "growth" that was revised down to 1.2%... when 3% is considered Normal" during a recovery... OBAMA has NEVER achieved 3% growth...

 

MOST economists attribute it to the EPA and their OUT OF CONTROL regulations, and Obama's other anti business policies... Democrats DO NOT want to encourage small businesses... BECAUSE small businesses are TOO DIFFICULT to control... Even though THEY are source of MOST jobs in America.

 

DEMOCRATS would rather stifle small business, and CONTROL large business (at least the ones they HAVE NOT driven to other countries YET). Give a couple years, TRUMP would trun that ALL ARAOND... and THAT is what SACRES the LIBERAL Democrats, AND the RINO Republicans...

 

THEIR LIES would be LAID BARE for EVERYONE TO SEE !!

 

 

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The IDIOCY of the Rightwingnuts
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Trump lays out an economic plan that proposes to ELIMINATE MOST of Obamas THOUSANDS of Environmental Protection Agency Regulations...

And there it is.....the Koch sucking little troll, InsaneSam, is stooge for the corporate polluters who want to be able to maximize their profits by dumping their toxic wastes into our water and air, like they used to, without having to comply with those pesky "environmental protection regulations" that were enacted to protect the ordinary people of this country.

Rightwingnuts and corporate polluters are a plague on this world.

WATER AND AIR POLLUTION
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Along with amazing technological advances, the Industrial Revolution of the mid-19th century introduced new sources of air and water pollution. By the middle of the 20th century, the effects of these changes were beginning to be felt in countries around the world. In the 1960s, an environmental movement began to emerge that sought to stem the tide of pollutants flowing into the planets ecosystems. Out of this movement came events like Earth Day, and legislative victories like the Clean Air Act (1970) and the Clean Water Act (1972).

In the latter part of the 13th century, in an effort to reduce air pollution, Englands King Edward I threatened Londoners with harsh penalties if they didnt stop burning sea-coal. However, the kings regulations - and those of subsequent leaders - had little effect.

By the late 18th century and first part of the 19th century, coal came into large-scale use during the Industrial Revolution. The resulting smog and soot had serious health impacts on the residents of growing urban centers. In 1952, pollutants from factories and home fireplaces mixed with air condensation killed at least 4,000 people in London over the course of several days. A few years earlier, in 1948, severe industrial air pollution created a deadly smog that asphyxiated 20 people in Donora, Pennsylvania, and made 7,000 more sick. Acid rain, first discovered in the 1850s, was another problem resulting from coal-powered plants. The release of human-produced sulfur and nitrogen compounds into the atmosphere negatively impacted plants, fish, soil, forests and some building materials.

Today, the leading cause of air pollution in the U.S. is motor vehicles, which were first mass-produced in the U.S. by Henry Ford in the early 20th century. Auto emissions also increase the amount of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere, which in turn contribute to global warming.

In 1963, in an effort to reduce air pollution, the U.S. Congress passed the Clean Air Act, legislation which has been amended and strengthened in the ensuing decades. However, in 2007, almost half (46 percent) of all Americans resided in counties with unhealthy levels of either ozone or particle pollution, according to the American Lung Association (ALA). Ozone, or smog, is described by the ALA as "an irritating, invisible gas that is formed most often by a reaction of sunlight and vapors emitted when fuel is burned by cars and trucks, factories, power plants and other sources. Ozone reacts chemically (oxidizes) with internal body tissues that it comes in contact with, such as those in the lung." It irritates the respiratory tract and can lead to a number of health problems, including asthma attacks, chest pain and even death. The ALA defines particle pollution (formerly referred to as soot) as "the most dangerous, and deadly, of the widespread outdoor air pollutants." Particle pollution is microscopic and derived from a complex mixture that can include ash, soot, diesel exhaust, chemicals, metals, and aerosols. In the eastern U.S., many particles come from power plants that burn coal to produce electricity. In the western U.S., many come from diesel buses, trucks, and heavy equipment, as well as agriculture and wood burning, according to the ALA. "Breathing particle pollution year-round can shorten life by one to three years. It causes many other health effects, premature births to serious respiratory disorders, even when the particle levels are very low. It makes asthma worse and causes wheezing, coughing and respiratory irritation in anyone with sensitive airways. It also triggers heart attacks, strokes, irregular heartbeat, and premature death."

Just like air, water is under assault from numerous types of pollution. For centuries, humans unknowingly contaminated sources of drinking water with raw sewage, which led to diseases such as cholera and typhoid. According to a CNN report, one gram of human excrement contains approximately "10 million viruses, 1 million bacteria, 1,000 parasite cysts and 100 parasite eggs." Today, over 1 billion people worldwide lack access to safe water and every 15 seconds somewhere on the planet, a child dies from a water-related disease, according to WaterPartners International (www.water.org) .

Water pollution intensified with the advent of the Industrial Revolution, when factories began releasing pollutants directly into rivers and streams. In 1969, chemical waste released into Ohio's Cuyahoga River caused it to burst into flames and the waterway became a symbol of how industrial pollution was destroying Americas natural resources. In 2007, CNN reported that "up to 500 million tons of heavy metals, solvents and toxic sludge slip into the global water supply every year. In the developing world [according to UNESCO] as much as 70 percent of industrial waste is just dumped untreated into the rivers and lakes. China is a perfect case in point. According to Greenpeace, around 70 percent of Chinas lakes and rivers are now polluted from industrial waste, leaving 300 million people forced to rely on polluted water supplies.'" Water sources are also contaminated by rain runoff from such things as oil-slick roads; construction, mining and dump sites; and livestock wastes from farm operations. Leaky septic tanks, pesticides and fertilizers are among the other sources that can contaminate groundwater. Over half the American population (including the majority of those living in rural areas) relies on groundwater for drinking water, according to The Groundwater Foundation (www.groundwater.org), which also notes that the largest use for groundwater is crop irrigation.

In 1972, Congress passed the Clean Water Act to reduce water pollution. Various pieces of anti-pollution legislation have followed since that time and today the U.S. has relatively clean, safe drinking water compared with much of the world. However, water pollution is still a problem. In 2006, the Environmental News Service (ENS) reported that "more than 62 percent of industrial and municipal facilities across the country discharged more pollution into U.S. waterways than their Clean Water Act permits allowed between July 2003 and December 2004." The ENS also noted that over 40 percent of American waterways were unsafe for swimming and fishing. Additionally, water resources face an ongoing threat from man-made environmental disasters such as the 1989 Exxon Valdez oil spill, during which approximately 11 million gallons of crude oil were accidentally dumped into the sea off Alaskas Prince William Sound. The disaster, which created a 3,000-square-mile oil slick, instantly killed hundreds of thousands of birds, fish and other wildlife and devastated the area for years afterward.
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The IDIOCY of the Rightwingnuts

 

And there it is.....the Koch sucking little troll, InsaneSam, is stooge for the corporate polluters who want to be able to maximize their profits by dumping their toxic wastes into our water and air, like they used to, without having to comply with those pesky "environmental protection regulations" that were enacted to protect the ordinary people of this country.

 

Rightwingnuts and corporate polluters are a plague on this world.

 

WATER AND AIR POLLUTION

History.com

 

iStock_000010436173Large-H.jpeg

 

Along with amazing technological advances, the Industrial Revolution of the mid-19th century introduced new sources of air and water pollution. By the middle of the 20th century, the effects of these changes were beginning to be felt in countries around the world. In the 1960s, an environmental movement began to emerge that sought to stem the tide of pollutants flowing into the planets ecosystems. Out of this movement came events like Earth Day, and legislative victories like the Clean Air Act (1970) and the Clean Water Act (1972).

 

In the latter part of the 13th century, in an effort to reduce air pollution, Englands King Edward I threatened Londoners with harsh penalties if they didnt stop burning sea-coal. However, the kings regulations - and those of subsequent leaders - had little effect.

 

By the late 18th century and first part of the 19th century, coal came into large-scale use during the Industrial Revolution. The resulting smog and soot had serious health impacts on the residents of growing urban centers. In 1952, pollutants from factories and home fireplaces mixed with air condensation killed at least 4,000 people in London over the course of several days. A few years earlier, in 1948, severe industrial air pollution created a deadly smog that asphyxiated 20 people in Donora, Pennsylvania, and made 7,000 more sick. Acid rain, first discovered in the 1850s, was another problem resulting from coal-powered plants. The release of human-produced sulfur and nitrogen compounds into the atmosphere negatively impacted plants, fish, soil, forests and some building materials.

 

Today, the leading cause of air pollution in the U.S. is motor vehicles, which were first mass-produced in the U.S. by Henry Ford in the early 20th century. Auto emissions also increase the amount of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere, which in turn contribute to global warming.

 

In 1963, in an effort to reduce air pollution, the U.S. Congress passed the Clean Air Act, legislation which has been amended and strengthened in the ensuing decades. However, in 2007, almost half (46 percent) of all Americans resided in counties with unhealthy levels of either ozone or particle pollution, according to the American Lung Association (ALA). Ozone, or smog, is described by the ALA as "an irritating, invisible gas that is formed most often by a reaction of sunlight and vapors emitted when fuel is burned by cars and trucks, factories, power plants and other sources. Ozone reacts chemically (oxidizes) with internal body tissues that it comes in contact with, such as those in the lung." It irritates the respiratory tract and can lead to a number of health problems, including asthma attacks, chest pain and even death. The ALA defines particle pollution (formerly referred to as soot) as "the most dangerous, and deadly, of the widespread outdoor air pollutants." Particle pollution is microscopic and derived from a complex mixture that can include ash, soot, diesel exhaust, chemicals, metals, and aerosols. In the eastern U.S., many particles come from power plants that burn coal to produce electricity. In the western U.S., many come from diesel buses, trucks, and heavy equipment, as well as agriculture and wood burning, according to the ALA. "Breathing particle pollution year-round can shorten life by one to three years. It causes many other health effects, premature births to serious respiratory disorders, even when the particle levels are very low. It makes asthma worse and causes wheezing, coughing and respiratory irritation in anyone with sensitive airways. It also triggers heart attacks, strokes, irregular heartbeat, and premature death."

 

Just like air, water is under assault from numerous types of pollution. For centuries, humans unknowingly contaminated sources of drinking water with raw sewage, which led to diseases such as cholera and typhoid. According to a CNN report, one gram of human excrement contains approximately "10 million viruses, 1 million bacteria, 1,000 parasite cysts and 100 parasite eggs." Today, over 1 billion people worldwide lack access to safe water and every 15 seconds somewhere on the planet, a child dies from a water-related disease, according to WaterPartners International (www.water.org) .

 

Water pollution intensified with the advent of the Industrial Revolution, when factories began releasing pollutants directly into rivers and streams. In 1969, chemical waste released into Ohio's Cuyahoga River caused it to burst into flames and the waterway became a symbol of how industrial pollution was destroying Americas natural resources. In 2007, CNN reported that "up to 500 million tons of heavy metals, solvents and toxic sludge slip into the global water supply every year. In the developing world [according to UNESCO] as much as 70 percent of industrial waste is just dumped untreated into the rivers and lakes. China is a perfect case in point. According to Greenpeace, around 70 percent of Chinas lakes and rivers are now polluted from industrial waste, leaving 300 million people forced to rely on polluted water supplies.'" Water sources are also contaminated by rain runoff from such things as oil-slick roads; construction, mining and dump sites; and livestock wastes from farm operations. Leaky septic tanks, pesticides and fertilizers are among the other sources that can contaminate groundwater. Over half the American population (including the majority of those living in rural areas) relies on groundwater for drinking water, according to The Groundwater Foundation (www.groundwater.org), which also notes that the largest use for groundwater is crop irrigation.

 

In 1972, Congress passed the Clean Water Act to reduce water pollution. Various pieces of anti-pollution legislation have followed since that time and today the U.S. has relatively clean, safe drinking water compared with much of the world. However, water pollution is still a problem. In 2006, the Environmental News Service (ENS) reported that "more than 62 percent of industrial and municipal facilities across the country discharged more pollution into U.S. waterways than their Clean Water Act permits allowed between July 2003 and December 2004." The ENS also noted that over 40 percent of American waterways were unsafe for swimming and fishing. Additionally, water resources face an ongoing threat from man-made environmental disasters such as the 1989 Exxon Valdez oil spill, during which approximately 11 million gallons of crude oil were accidentally dumped into the sea off Alaskas Prince William Sound. The disaster, which created a 3,000-square-mile oil slick, instantly killed hundreds of thousands of birds, fish and other wildlife and devastated the area for years afterward.

 

HMMMMMM CAN WE SAY HYPOCRITE?

 

DC MALL AFTER LIBERAL EVENT

 

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DC MALL AFTER GLENN BECK EVENT WITH 800,00 MORE PEOPLE...NOT 1 PIECE OF TRASH FOUND ON THE GROUND

 

After the Glenn Beck rally with hundred of thousands of people in attendance around the Mall area of Washington eating, drinking and generally camping out for an entire day, once the rally was completed with the exception of specified areas where trash was designated to be left for pick up, the Mall was left spotless. In fact so spotless that one could not tell that a rally had taken place. Even the designated trash pick up areas were tidy with trash stacked neatly in containers or bags for easy disposal.

Contrast this with the after math of the rally held by the left on October 2. Not only was the trash not placed in containers or stacked neatly for disposal, but the entire Mall area was trashed including locations where no one was standing during the rally. Sacred Memorials like the WWII Memorial were left looking like a garbage dump. The area around the Lincoln Memorial resembled a trash pile.

Signs and leaflets were strewn everywhere. Bottles and uneaten food were tossed wherever participants has stood or walked. Food wrappers were blowing in the breeze looking for a place to cling for some poor soul to have to pick up by hand in order to throw it away. It will take days and thousands of dollars to clean up the mess left behind. After the Beck rally those who carried the trash away completed their clean up task shortly after the rally finished.

Both rallies claimed they had the better direction for America. Both rallies came to DC with people who believed what they expressed during the rallies. But one left behind a disaster for workers to clean up showing no respect for our Nations Capitol, the Memorials that honor those who sacrificed in service to our Nation or the poor workers whose job it was to clean up the mess. Not once did they concern themselves with the massive cost to clean up after their rally which comes from tax payer funds.

Whatever anyone thinks about the substance of either rally, whether one agrees or disagrees with what was said, who said it and how it was expressed, what was left behind gives the best example of how our Nation will fare as a result of the influence and ideals of those who participated. If people have no respect for their surroundings while marching for their cause how can they be expected to respect the traditions of freedom and the principles of our Founders without trashing the country as they trashed the Mall.

Those who participated in the rally on October 2 left behind a trashed environment. In like manner those who have and do govern with the socialist ideals expressed by the rally participants have trashed our Nation and left and are leaving behind a mess that generations will be forced to clean up. Rally participants showed no respect or concern for the poor sanitation workers who will spend days cleaning up their mess. Those who govern on the ideals expressed during the October rally use tax payer and borrowed money for reckless spending without respect or concern for the hard work of Americans who pay the burdensome taxes and whose children will be saddled with the debt.

They trashed the Mall and they have and are trashing America. A march which made its way around the base of the Washington Monument chanted love for Socialism in complete dishonor and disrespect for the man and the ideals of the person who the Monument was built to honor, George Washington. Our greatest President who fought for and sacrificed to insure that all Americans then and those who would follow would not have to face the tyranny of a government that took God given freedoms from its citizens. Yet those who chanted in the shadow of the Monument spit in the face of what Washington fought for as they celebrated socialist tyranny.

Those who rallied with Glenn Beck talked of and are seeking a productive and free future for America and Americans following the principles of our Founders and our Constitution. Those who rallied on October 2 seek a destructive and enslaved path for America and Americans. As they showed no respect for the Mall in trashing it they have no respect for our Founding and Constitutional principles of freedom, liberty and a government that leaves Americans to prosper of their own accord without government interference or oppression.

What was left behind on the Mall gives a telling insight to our future if those who govern today are left to do so and allowed to continue the destructive path they have legislated and promoted under the leadership of the current Congress and President. Our task for the future and freedom of America cannot be more clear. The elimination of those who are seeking to trash and destroy our Republic by voting them out of office and replacing them with those who respect our Founding principles and believe in Constitutional values and precepts. If not then our nation faces a future much like the Mall after the October rally our Nation will be trashed if left in their hands.

Ken Taylor The Liberal Lie, The Conservative Truth

 

 

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