- Jun 23, 2004
I wonder who you would vote for to hold corporations accountable.... and the government to take interest and action in protecting our health....
Have any ideas?
Have any ideas?
I love when far right wing Republicans say they They care about all these things and the environment and then it continually vote in people that do the exact opposite.
So they don't mean anything they are hypocrites and liars. Tell me you're for sensible regulations and then vote for 99% of the Republicans out there. You're a hypocrite
"I want clean air and water but continue to vote for the party that makes it legal to pollute both as fast as possible and against the only party that tries to make it illegal."Excuse me? You conclusion is asinine.
Just because I recognize influence peddling has been a fixture for over 200 years in Congress does not mean I am fine with this. It could happen anywhere even in your neighborhood.
Like I said before I want clean air and water just like everyone else and those responsible should be held to account.
Yeah, DemocratsYou mean the Democrats?
Semi off topic but there is a growing concerted effort to smear Pete now on the right. I’m guessing the right recognizes that Pete could possibly be a presidential candidate and are taking the opportunity to smear him now.
It seems conservatives only have a 5 minute memory capacity. So they only vote on what the GOP brings up 5 minutes before they fill out their ballots."I want clean air and water but continue to vote for the party that makes it legal to pollute both as fast as possible and against the only party that tries to make it illegal."
This is ridiculous. The EPA was onsite within 24 hours of the derailment. The federal government is LAST on the list to foist blame.East Palestine residents are angry and the Biden administration is taking political heat over what's being called a delayed over response to the Ohio train derailment.abcnews.go.com
Last night @11 WAVE News reported samples were not currently carrying unsafe levels of chemical runoff from that event. Recent rainfall has helped mitigate any concentration. Allegedly.My local Kroger was packed yesterday with people buying bottled water in Louisville.