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Frackin' B.S.

YourWiseUncleRick Wrote: Jul 29, 2012 10:22 AM
When our public servants promote these expensive theories it costs money, and lots of it. New rule: if you can't prove what you're promoting is unequivocally true, keep your clam shut. In the mean time I want those responsible fired and retractions of these unfounded theories on the front page of the liberal rags- our other public servants.
Texas Chris Wrote: Jul 30, 2012 1:40 PM
Ultimatly, if the USG has a department then that department has to justify its existence. The EPA is doing just that.

The fact that they lie is of no consequence, as the truth never really comes to light. Ozone layer? Hoax. Acid rain? Naturally occuring. DDT? Harmless. BPA? Inert. Now fracking, and global warming... When are we going to just demand the EPA close?

"Even a broken clock is right twice a day” is an adage we’ve all heard dozens of times. Today, it applies to the EPA as even it gets things right now and then. The EPA is well known for its attacks on virtually every kind of industry that might result in economic development—hitting the energy sector particularly hard. Despite the agency's best efforts, it has not been able to match up the science with its desired claims of water contamination from natural gas extraction using hydraulic fracturing—which has been in use in America for more than 60 years.

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