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2013-09-12 09:03:33 AM
Hm, let's see:

1) Encouraging over-consumption of a very limited resource that's even at critically low levels throughout the american west demonstrates a remarkable hypocrisy from an administration that's supposedly concerned about the environment.
2) To encourage additional water consumption without also addressing the issues raised by plastic bottles in landfills is also remarkably hypocritical.
3) Water is not free, and poor people tasked with drinking more water will either have to slide deeper into poverty to obtain it or receive additional government handouts. Either option demonstrates remarkable hypocrisy.
4) To have the Federal government choosing which drinks its citizens should consume demonstrates a remarkable willingness to intervene in the free market, and essentially amounts to a government endorsement of Evian and other such companies. What's next, the government picking winners and losers among footwear and cellphone companies?
5) To in one breath advocate excessive water drinking and in the next completely ignore the threat of hyponatremia is remarkably thoughtless and hypocritical from an administration supposedly concerned about healthcare.

There may be other issues as well, but I'm particularly concerned about these.
 
2013-09-12 09:05:51 AM
Yeah, but they're getting all of their electrolytes.
 
2013-09-12 09:06:03 AM

Pocket Ninja: Hm, let's see:

1) Encouraging over-consumption of a very limited resource that's even at critically low levels throughout the american west demonstrates a remarkable hypocrisy from an administration that's supposedly concerned about the environment.
2) To encourage additional water consumption without also addressing the issues raised by plastic bottles in landfills is also remarkably hypocritical.
3) Water is not free, and poor people tasked with drinking more water will either have to slide deeper into poverty to obtain it or receive additional government handouts. Either option demonstrates remarkable hypocrisy.
4) To have the Federal government choosing which drinks its citizens should consume demonstrates a remarkable willingness to intervene in the free market, and essentially amounts to a government endorsement of Evian and other such companies. What's next, the government picking winners and losers among footwear and cellphone companies?
5) To in one breath advocate excessive water drinking and in the next completely ignore the threat of hyponatremia is remarkably thoughtless and hypocritical from an administration supposedly concerned about healthcare.

There may be other issues as well, but I'm particularly concerned about these.


Remarkably brilliant.
 
2013-09-12 09:09:37 AM

Sybarite: Yeah, but they're getting all of their electrolytes.


Seriously.  Water? Like from the toilet?
 
2013-09-12 09:23:03 AM
i.imgur.com
 
2013-09-12 09:23:30 AM
I can't wait to watch FOX today to see Sarah Palin chug a pail of sand.
 
2013-09-12 09:29:11 AM

Mr. Coffee Nerves: I can't wait to watch FOX today to see Sarah Palin chug a pail of sand.


Oh god, let's tell her that Obama warned Americans against taking the Cinnamon Challenge
 
2013-09-12 09:32:36 AM
I can no longer sit back and allow Muslin infiltration, Muslin indoctrination, Muslin subversion and the international Muslin conspiracy to sap and impurify all of our precious bodily fluids.

Next thing you know, they'll be flouridating ice cream.
 
2013-09-12 09:34:06 AM
Your commie fluoride plot is as transparent as your husband's Kenyan birth.
 
2013-09-12 09:41:29 AM

nekom: Your commie fluoride plot is as transparent as your husband's Kenyan birth.


Oh man...  I forgot about the Birchers and their fluoride paranoia.

This is going to be wonderful.
 
2013-09-12 09:58:07 AM
Water?  Ugh.  Fish fark in it.
 
2013-09-12 10:02:00 AM
Real americans drink Big Gulps and Budweiser.
 
2013-09-12 10:02:58 AM
Republicans can drink all the fire water they want in frackin' country.
 
2013-09-12 10:03:34 AM

Sybarite: Yeah, but they're getting all of their electrolytes.


fc05.deviantart.net
 
2013-09-12 10:04:55 AM

Pocket Ninja: Hm, let's see:

1) Encouraging over-consumption of a very limited resource that's even at critically low levels throughout the american west demonstrates a remarkable hypocrisy from an administration that's supposedly concerned about the environment.
2) To encourage additional water consumption without also addressing the issues raised by plastic bottles in landfills is also remarkably hypocritical.
3) Water is not free, and poor people tasked with drinking more water will either have to slide deeper into poverty to obtain it or receive additional government handouts. Either option demonstrates remarkable hypocrisy.
4) To have the Federal government choosing which drinks its citizens should consume demonstrates a remarkable willingness to intervene in the free market, and essentially amounts to a government endorsement of Evian and other such companies. What's next, the government picking winners and losers among footwear and cellphone companies?
5) To in one breath advocate excessive water drinking and in the next completely ignore the threat of hyponatremia is remarkably thoughtless and hypocritical from an administration supposedly concerned about healthcare.

There may be other issues as well, but I'm particularly concerned about these.


sphotos.xx.fbcdn.net

Here. Perpetually Renewable resource.
 
2013-09-12 10:06:04 AM

whatsupchuck: Water?  Ugh.  Fish fark in it.


Ugh... you mean that stuff that we use for the toilets?

soberingconclusion.com
 
2013-09-12 10:07:32 AM

WI241TH: Sybarite: Yeah, but they're getting all of their electrolytes.

Seriously.  Water? Like from the toilet?


Well, that teaches me to skim thru the thread a bit more slowly.
 
2013-09-12 10:07:51 AM

Pocket Ninja: Hm, let's see:

1) Encouraging over-consumption of a very limited resource that's even at critically low levels throughout the american west demonstrates a remarkable hypocrisy from an administration that's supposedly concerned about the environment.
2) To encourage additional water consumption without also addressing the issues raised by plastic bottles in landfills is also remarkably hypocritical.
3) Water is not free, and poor people tasked with drinking more water will either have to slide deeper into poverty to obtain it or receive additional government handouts. Either option demonstrates remarkable hypocrisy.
4) To have the Federal government choosing which drinks its citizens should consume demonstrates a remarkable willingness to intervene in the free market, and essentially amounts to a government endorsement of Evian and other such companies. What's next, the government picking winners and losers among footwear and cellphone companies?
5) To in one breath advocate excessive water drinking and in the next completely ignore the threat of hyponatremia is remarkably thoughtless and hypocritical from an administration supposedly concerned about healthcare.

There may be other issues as well, but I'm particularly concerned about these.


9/10, you lost me at hyponatremia. Can't use big words like that.
 
2013-09-12 10:08:10 AM

Pocket Ninja: Hm, let's see:

1) Encouraging over-consumption of a very limited resource that's even at critically low levels throughout the american west demonstrates a remarkable hypocrisy from an administration that's supposedly concerned about the environment.
2) To encourage additional water consumption without also addressing the issues raised by plastic bottles in landfills is also remarkably hypocritical.
3) Water is not free, and poor people tasked with drinking more water will either have to slide deeper into poverty to obtain it or receive additional government handouts. Either option demonstrates remarkable hypocrisy.
4) To have the Federal government choosing which drinks its citizens should consume demonstrates a remarkable willingness to intervene in the free market, and essentially amounts to a government endorsement of Evian and other such companies. What's next, the government picking winners and losers among footwear and cellphone companies?
5) To in one breath advocate excessive water drinking and in the next completely ignore the threat of hyponatremia is remarkably thoughtless and hypocritical from an administration supposedly concerned about healthcare.

There may be other issues as well, but I'm particularly concerned about these.


I want to learn from you.
 
2013-09-12 10:10:15 AM
i.qkme.me
 
2013-09-12 10:10:30 AM
This is clearly a snub to Texas, Arizona, and all the drier Southern Republican states that face seasonal droughts.  Just totally rubbing it in their faces....

She's just thirsty because of all those damn crackers she's always eating in the White House hallways.
 
2013-09-12 10:10:31 AM

Mr. Coffee Nerves: I can't wait to watch FOX today to see Sarah Palin chug a pail of sand.


Ladies and gentlemen, your FARK Post of the WeekTM.
 
2013-09-12 10:12:46 AM
Just totally strolling through the halls, eating crackers and touching EVERYTHING.
 
2013-09-12 10:14:10 AM

dittybopper: I can no longer sit back and allow Muslin infiltration, Muslin indoctrination, Muslin subversion and the international Muslin conspiracy to sap and impurify all of our precious bodily fluids.

Next thing you know, they'll be flouridating ice cream.


Where article NPR wher

i194.photobucket.com
/sorry, couldn't help myself
 
2013-09-12 10:14:20 AM

Bloody William: Pocket Ninja: Hm, let's see:

1) Encouraging over-consumption of a very limited resource that's even at critically low levels throughout the american west demonstrates a remarkable hypocrisy from an administration that's supposedly concerned about the environment.
2) To encourage additional water consumption without also addressing the issues raised by plastic bottles in landfills is also remarkably hypocritical.
3) Water is not free, and poor people tasked with drinking more water will either have to slide deeper into poverty to obtain it or receive additional government handouts. Either option demonstrates remarkable hypocrisy.
4) To have the Federal government choosing which drinks its citizens should consume demonstrates a remarkable willingness to intervene in the free market, and essentially amounts to a government endorsement of Evian and other such companies. What's next, the government picking winners and losers among footwear and cellphone companies?
5) To in one breath advocate excessive water drinking and in the next completely ignore the threat of hyponatremia is remarkably thoughtless and hypocritical from an administration supposedly concerned about healthcare.

There may be other issues as well, but I'm particularly concerned about these.

I want to learn from you.


omidsafi.religionnews.com
 
2013-09-12 10:15:32 AM
"Comments are currentlyclosed for this article "


WHY DO YOU DENY ME THE THRILL THAT IS DERP TURNED UP TO POTATO?
 
2013-09-12 10:15:36 AM
Look at her, just drinking water like she owns the place.
 
2013-09-12 10:16:37 AM
I thought that this was going to be about drinking water, not drinking water.
 
2013-09-12 10:17:40 AM

WippitGuud: [i.qkme.me image 625x640]


Heh, I remember seeing a version that said "so you have clean water piped to your house... and you poop in it?"
 
2013-09-12 10:18:21 AM

ikanreed: Real americans drink Big Gulps and Budweiser.


Well Budweiser is mostly water so scratch that off.
 
2013-09-12 10:20:36 AM
blu.stb.s-msn.com
I kinda hate the hurr durr meme, but that's the sound that I imagine when I see this photo.
 
2013-09-12 10:20:57 AM
Glen Beck: Clearly the Obamas and their friends are planning on corning the water market. Buy gold so you can afford water later.

Rush Limbaugh : Folks, now they want to tell you what to drink. Pretty soon they will be telling you how to run everything in your lives.

Sarah Palin: I'm not gonna do it. You can't make a mamma grizzly drink that stuff. I drink Brawndo.

Alex Jones:  The Obamas have put chemicals in the water to turn us all in to zombie slaves

Michelle Bachman: Do these pants make my head look fat?
 
2013-09-12 10:21:17 AM

jakomo002: This is clearly a snub to Texas, Arizona, and all the drier Southern Republican states that face seasonal droughts.  Just totally rubbing it in their faces....

She's just thirsty because of all those damn crackers she's always eating in the White House hallways.


This post conjured up the strangest mental image, involving the hillbillies from "Deliverance."
 
2013-09-12 10:21:35 AM

Satan's Bunny Slippers: "Comments are currentlyclosed for this article "


WHY DO YOU DENY ME THE THRILL THAT IS DERP TURNED UP TO POTATO?


To get the comments closed, the derp must've been amazing. And really racist. Amazing and racist.
 
2013-09-12 10:21:50 AM

Rapmaster2000: [blu.stb.s-msn.com image 628x316]
I kinda hate the hurr durr meme, but that's the sound that I imagine when I see this photo.


My God, she looks fantastic!
 
2013-09-12 10:22:48 AM

Pocket Ninja: Hm, let's see:

1) Encouraging over-consumption of a very limited resource that's even at critically low levels throughout the american west demonstrates a remarkable hypocrisy from an administration that's supposedly concerned about the environment.
2) To encourage additional water consumption without also addressing the issues raised by plastic bottles in landfills is also remarkably hypocritical.
3) Water is not free, and poor people tasked with drinking more water will either have to slide deeper into poverty to obtain it or receive additional government handouts. Either option demonstrates remarkable hypocrisy.
4) To have the Federal government choosing which drinks its citizens should consume demonstrates a remarkable willingness to intervene in the free market, and essentially amounts to a government endorsement of Evian and other such companies. What's next, the government picking winners and losers among footwear and cellphone companies?
5) To in one breath advocate excessive water drinking and in the next completely ignore the threat of hyponatremia is remarkably thoughtless and hypocritical from an administration supposedly concerned about healthcare.

There may be other issues as well, but I'm particularly concerned about these.



You, sir, deserve one internet.  And you have perfectly demonstrated how the right has gotten so batshiat that Poe's law needs to be in the forefront of anyone's mind when reading right wing talking points.
 
2013-09-12 10:24:15 AM

Barry Lyndon's Annuity Cheque: Satan's Bunny Slippers: "Comments are currentlyclosed for this article "


WHY DO YOU DENY ME THE THRILL THAT IS DERP TURNED UP TO POTATO?

To get the comments closed, the derp must've been amazing. And really racist. Amazing and racist.


That's exactly what I thought.  Maybe I don't want to see, it would probably make me "not want to be on this planet anymore".
 
2013-09-12 10:27:17 AM
Millions of Democrats drown themselves because...
 
2013-09-12 10:28:14 AM

whatsupchuck: Water?  Ugh.  Fish fark in it.


not just fish *wink*
 
2013-09-12 10:29:21 AM

Arkanaut: WippitGuud: [i.qkme.me image 625x640]

Heh, I remember seeing a version that said "so you have clean water piped to your house... and you poop in it?"


Most of what I found would've bypasses the fark filter. Had to go with that one.
 
2013-09-12 10:29:59 AM
This is actually a brilliant idea to see how deep the opposition in the opposition party goes.

"Hey, you guys want to hawk war with Syria until we stand for it, and then do a 180 to try to make us look bad? Let's see what happens when we take a stand on drinking water, biatches."

Maybe next, they'll focus on breathing oxygen? It could make the 2014 election a whole lot more interesting.
 
2013-09-12 10:33:02 AM
I wonder if fark's resident right-wing derp squad gets angry when Pocket Ninja uses his Boobies to take away all their potential talking points.
 
2013-09-12 10:34:46 AM
You know... Canada has a surplus of water. AND oil.
 
2013-09-12 10:35:20 AM

jltthorson: Millions of Democrats drown themselves because...


I'll bite.....

because why?
 
2013-09-12 10:36:23 AM
img.photobucket.com


GET THE CHILDREN AND ALL THE SODEY YOU CAN CARRY TO THE BUNKER
 
2013-09-12 10:37:11 AM

jltthorson: Millions of Democrats drown themselves because...


democrats is not supposed to be capitalized, dude.
 
2013-09-12 10:37:16 AM

WI241TH: Sybarite: Yeah, but they're getting all of their electrolytes.

Seriously.  Water? Like from the toilet?


i1.ytimg.com

"It's a mixer, Pats. We have it with whiskey."
 
2013-09-12 10:38:02 AM

jltthorson: Millions of Democrats drown themselves because...


HA! Sure enough!  I immediately reached for my water bottle whiIe reading this.
 
2013-09-12 10:38:02 AM

SpectroBoy: Glen Beck: Clearly the Obamas and their friends are planning on corning the water market. Buy gold so you can afford water later.

Rush Limbaugh : Folks, now they want to tell you what to drink. Pretty soon they will be telling you how to run everything in your lives.

Sarah Palin: I'm not gonna do it. You can't make a mamma grizzly drink that stuff. I drink Brawndo.

Alex Jones:  The Obamas have put chemicals in the water to turn us all in to zombie slaves

Michelle Bachman: Do these pants make my head look fat?


Thanks. My screen needed to be cleaned anyway.

/+1 to you
 
2013-09-12 10:39:13 AM

grumpfuff: SpectroBoy:
Michelle Bachman: Do these pants make my head look fat?

Thanks. My screen needed to be cleaned anyway.

/+1 to you


You're wasting water on cleaning your screen!?
 
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