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Old June 14th, 2018, 05:40 PM   #1
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Bye bye, clean water



I normally don't include the photos in these thing but that smarmy bromance had to be shared.

Hell, look at Detroit. Shitty water and it's still there, no big deal, right?
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Old June 14th, 2018, 05:45 PM   #2
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WOTUS is way overreach, and has been halted in many states by several courts.

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Old June 14th, 2018, 07:03 PM   #3
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and back to the same level of clean water that existed during the Obama administration.
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Old June 14th, 2018, 10:57 PM   #4
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Old June 14th, 2018, 11:40 PM   #5
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I normally don't include the photos in these thing but that smarmy bromance had to be shared.

Hell, look at Detroit. Shitty water and it's still there, no big deal, right?
Oh, that rule, the federal overreach rule that looks at water management as if everything's all connected, therefore what trashes a stream upstream will indeed flow downstream, trashing it as well, and eventually emptying into the sea, to "feed" the dead zones associated with the discharges of many rivers worldwide.

Can you imagine that? Regulating streams, lakes, and offshore waters as if they're all connected? What's with that? Nobody gets to tell us what we can do with a river when it flows across our state. Who the heck do they think they are ... anyway???

Overreach.
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Old June 15th, 2018, 12:00 AM   #6
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I normally don't include the photos in these thing but that smarmy bromance had to be shared.

Hell, look at Detroit. Shitty water and it's still there, no big deal, right?
You figure that's bullet proof glass in the background? And you know Pruitt's security detail has got things covered, usually.

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Scott Pruitt reportedly had his EPA security detail track down his favorite body lotion — here's what we know about it

Scott Pruitt likes to put the lotion on his skin.

The scandal-scarred EPA administrator has reportedly been enlisting members of his security detail to buy him his favorite moisturizing lotion — and the Daily News has tracked down the brand he likely prefers.

People familiar with the matter told the Washington Post on Thursday that Pruitt directed his security guards to help him chase down a particular lotion on offer at the Ritz-Carlton hotel in Washington, D.C.

The sources didn’t clarify what particular lotion Pruitt liked, but a housekeeper at the Ritz-Carlton told the Daily News the hotel only carries creams from the London-based Asprey brand at their locations.

...An EPA spokeswoman declined to comment on what type of lotion Pruitt prefers, only providing a generic statement saying he uses “the same security protocol whether he’s in his personal or official capacity.”
More: Scott Pruitt reportedly had his EPA security detail track down his favorite body lotion ? here's what we know about it - NY Daily News

"People familiar with the matter," who knows if this is 100 percent non-alternative fact? The point is: It's believable. 100 percent.
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Old June 15th, 2018, 12:43 AM   #7
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Oh, that rule, the federal overreach rule that looks at water management as if everything's all connected, therefore what trashes a stream upstream will indeed flow downstream, trashing it as well, and eventually emptying into the sea, to "feed" the dead zones associated with the discharges of many rivers worldwide.

Can you imagine that? Regulating streams, lakes, and offshore waters as if they're all connected? What's with that? Nobody gets to tell us what we can do with a river when it flows across our state. Who the heck do they think they are ... anyway???

Overreach.
Apparently, like evolution, the idea that water flows downstream is just a theory.
And like so many other things "the science is not in".
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Old June 15th, 2018, 09:40 AM   #8
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Water isn't important. Just ask Scott Pruitt or any GOP politician.
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So its legal now for me to dump anything I want in a stream thats on my property? That is the implication I am hearing. I am sure you leftists/Socialist can demonstrate that
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Water isn't important. Just ask Scott Pruitt or any GOP politician.
What is wrong with the water regulations that Obama operated under? Was he for dirty water too?
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