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(Breitbart.com)   When an organization exposes people to toxic pollutants without informing them of the risks, it's time to shutter that organization   (breitbart.com) divider line 16
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2014-04-03 11:02:52 AM
2 votes:
So Breitbart is finally going to shut down?
2014-04-03 06:53:53 PM
1 votes:

HeadLever: cameroncrazy1984: He provided names of things, he didn't provide examples.

'Low-information voter' typing detected.


dev.solita.fi
2014-04-03 06:15:19 PM
1 votes:
Looks like this thread is all about Lucky LaRue. fark that shiat.
2014-04-03 06:10:27 PM
1 votes:
Obvious solution is to sell the EPA to the Koch brothers, let them run it (to the ground), then all the teabaggies wont get butthurt when the Enviromental Kock Protection Agency uses their towns water supply as a storage facility for some chemical which produces horrible side affects. Just so long as nobody sends them Obama-water damn it.
2014-04-03 03:13:31 PM
1 votes:
Well this thread got trolled to shait.
2014-04-03 01:26:57 PM
1 votes:

Lucky LaRue: I like how the herbal teabaggers are completely ignoring the fact that the EPA didn't provide full disclosure and focusing on a Breitbart beat-down.  That's why I like you guys - your truly the intellectual elite.


Ha!

/but oops, better not laugh too loud at the guys who comes in hurling insults then cries to the mods when people are not being "civil" to him.....
2014-04-03 01:23:53 PM
1 votes:
Is ANY of that even true?
2014-04-03 01:21:21 PM
1 votes:

neversubmit: International Handbook of White-Collar and Corporate Crime

As of 2007, not a single U.S. government researcher had been prosecuted for human experimentation. Many of the victims of U.S. government experiments have not received compensation or, in many cases, acknowledgment of what was done to them.



Yeah and here's the problem.  The government should be held accountable and so should any private organization.  But often times, big business colludes with the government and they watch each others' backs.  Methinks that perhaps getting money out of politics might make our government more responsive to these concerns that most average Americans have.
2014-04-03 01:17:48 PM
1 votes:
2014-04-03 01:11:49 PM
1 votes:
So, in the interest of finding common-ground, we all agree: the EPA was stupid to do these experiments in the manner they did, and, industries who wish to continue to pollute should be heavily regulated by the EPA or it's equivalent so that they don't expose people to the exact same pollutants used in these experiments during the normal course of their business.  And that anyone who thinks that closing the EPA over these experiments, as many of the commenters on that article appear to be doing, are fancy lads.
2014-04-03 01:06:48 PM
1 votes:

timujin: Seriously?  Someone actually thought, "Hey, let's expose kids with asthma to diesel fumes and see what happens!" was a good idea?


Well, the problem is, apparently, there are people who think that regulating diesel fumes without doing such experiments is also beyond the pale.  See, the idea is that, these very dangerous fumes that the EPA exposed people to, in order to determine if more regulation was needed, should not occur, and, those very same diesel fumes, which are so dangerous, should not be regulated, because freedom, reasons and such as.
2014-04-03 01:03:26 PM
1 votes:
the epa is a liberal organization??
2014-04-03 12:06:08 PM
1 votes:

Lucky LaRue: DarwiOdrade: Lucky LaRue: I like how the herbal teabaggers are completely ignoring the fact that the EPA didn't provide full disclosure and focusing on a Breitbart beat-down.  That's why I like you guys - your truly the intellectual elite.

OK - let's talk about pollutants and full disclosure change the subject. I'll go first:
Fracking companies won the right to keep secret the chemical cocktails they pump underground during shale gas drilling in North Carolina under a chemical disclosure rule approved Tuesday by the N.C. Mining and Energy Commission.

FTFY..


Okay. Let's suppose you're right that the EPA should be completely shut down for the argument stated in the headline. How does that argument not also apply to companies that willfully expose people to toxic pollutants without informing them of the risks?
2014-04-03 11:57:05 AM
1 votes:

Lucky LaRue: I like how the herbal teabaggers are completely ignoring the fact that the EPA didn't provide full disclosure and focusing on a Breitbart beat-down.  That's why I like you guys - your truly the intellectual elite.


OK - let's talk about pollutants and full disclosure. I'll go first:
Fracking companies won the right to keep secret the chemical cocktails they pump underground during shale gas drilling in North Carolina under a chemical disclosure rule approved Tuesday by the N.C. Mining and Energy Commission.
2014-04-03 11:35:40 AM
1 votes:
That kind of article and its comments are quite brain numbing.

They've managed to reach some sort of clueless nirvana, sort of Shangra-Duh.
2014-04-03 11:25:25 AM
1 votes:
Goodbye, Department of Defense.  It was nice working for you.
 
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