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I heard Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. at the Hobby Center tonight. His incendiary Crimes Against Nature exposes the Bush administration's rape-and-pillage antagonism toward the environment, a result of its industry-friendly leaning.
The administration has appointed former industry lobbyists to key environmental positions. Corporate interests have no business in government other than to turn the public commons (air, land, water) into profit. They're going on a wild binge with the world's natural resources, and our great-grandchildren will still be dealing with the consequences.
The administration clouds these policies with Orwellian double speak like the "clear skies" bill, which actually makes the air dirtier by easing standards.
On the ides of March of this year, Bush passed a weak coal plant regulations bill. As a result, fish will (continue to!) contain high levels of plant-produced mercury. More mercury will enter women's wombs, and more children will be born with birth defects, autism and impaired intelligence.
Meanwhile, the front page of USA Today declares "The debate's over: Globe is warming" after General Electric earmarked $1.5 Billion for environmental and greenhouse gas emissions research. Bush has never liked global warming science, and doesn't acknowledge that it's real. (Maybe his mother ate too much fish?)
Since the President isn't doing anything, maybe you can help me and Robert Kennedy Stop Global Warming.
While you're at it, let's Make Poverty History too.
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