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God Bless You, Sen. Feinstein

badshot46 Wrote: Feb 17, 2013 11:06 AM
Here is prime example of like people, the goody2shoes, Liberal Wacko's, Environmental Nut Cases, medaling in things and they have no idea what they are taking about. We, as a world, almost eradicated Malaria, like polo, small pox, etc. Then some group of Environmental Wanka's decided we should not use DDT, as it had the possibility of killing around 50 people per year. So we follow along like good little puppy dogs. The result: Malaria is on the rise worldwide and is killing, for fact they are dead, 300,000 people a year. This is what happens when you get people like Feinstein, who does not do any research, but lets a volunteer staffer come up with ideas. Another example Obamas health care. She has never read the bill.
Moonbat Exterminator Wrote: Feb 17, 2013 11:16 AM
DDT was banned because of some studies indicated thet it might soften the shells of some bird's eggs, lowering their rates of reproduction. The studies were by no means conclusive, but the panic mongers got it banned. To them, the fact that the ban has cost over 20 million human lives is an "acceptable sacrifice".
dashersdad Wrote: Feb 17, 2013 12:15 PM
Scientific argument supporting "climate change":
"Hey Jim. Does it feel hotter to you this summer than last?" "Yeah Fred it feels hotter to me." Study concluded.
Basis for banning DDT. "Hey Jim. Do you think that DDT make bird eggs more fragile?" "Yeah Fred it seems that way to me." Study concluded and viola. DDT gone! Bring on the squitoes. All this despite piles of data to the contrary.
Sen. Dianne Feinstein began her war on allergy and cold sufferers in 2005. In an effort to prevent small-time dealers from buying allergy and cold drugs and cooking them into methamphetamine, she pushed through legislation requiring consumers to show identification before purchasing products with pseudoephedrine -- otherwise known as the good allergy drugs, known only to those who know enough to ask for them.

Now Feinstein wants to make you get a prescription from a doctor before you buy these drugs.

In 2005, I thought Feinstein's Combat Methamphetamine Epidemic Act wrongly punished law-abiding citizens by limiting their access to over-the-counter medications. A spokesman...