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EPA Takes to Air to Watch Cow Pies

Pistol Wrote: Jun 05, 2012 8:28 AM
Strangely enough, Mattie, armed rebellion, should it occur here, will come from the left. The core of the political left is people who feel victimized and powerless who look to a nanny government to provide protection and prosperity. These people strive to make their government bigger and more powerful. In this, they are self-defeating, for big governments cater only to the rich, powerful and well-connected. And so the core left, the losers, vote them selves into misery. We are watching it right now. It is the miserable people who revolt.
Pistol Wrote: Jun 05, 2012 11:52 AM
Rich L of 10:29

Here again, Barry's moves are so radical and devastating, so likely to have unintentional and unpredictable results, that the question comes up again: Is he just stupid, is he rigidly ideolgical, or is he a shrewd manipulator who is achieving exactly his designed results?

Whatever the answer, he is unparalled disaster. My hope is that he is an unparalled educator as well. Some people learn only in the College of Hard Knocks, and Barry has shown he is a masterful professor. Nothing personal, Barry. Anybody who implemented the same policies you have, would be just as bad.
Rich L. Wrote: Jun 05, 2012 10:29 AM
Pistol, while your analysis is correct, it doesn't matter which side starts the armed rebellion. It has been the goal of the commie-in-chief all along to foment a rebellion from either side so as to declare Martial Law and suspend this election that he now knows that he cannot win, nor even steal enough votes in. He is doing a superb job at pushing both sides to get the ball rolling.

The Environmental Protection Agency declined to answer questions this week as the Omaha World-Herald sought to clarify whether the agency had the legal authority to conduct overflights of cattle operations to determine if cattle are pooping in streams in the Midwest.

I don’t know much about bovine latrine habits, but I’ve been around enough pastures to know that cattle really aren’t that particular.

It seems to me that they let go pretty much wherever they are, stream or no.

So I think I can say with some authority, that, yes, cattle all around the Midwest are indeed pooping in...