I find this woman to be very annoying. Look at her “screw you, I’m bored with you” body language. Who does this bored posture in a Congressional hearing? Now this idiotic claim.

  1. aha says:

    #68 I did not direct my comment at the headline or any other post. I directed my comment at your post, as well as what she said hence the quotation marks. She said and I quote again, “a child who may not get autism if they’re not exposed to contaminated water,” the logical converse of that statement is that a child may get autism if exposed to contaminated water. What she said is a bullshit statement. If she had simply said a child may not get any-insert any waterborne disease here-she would have made the point with a valid scenario backed with actual science. I expect better from the head of a Federal environmental agency, especially one with a degree in chemical engineering.

  2. JakeF23 says:

    Republicans have a contempt for anyone outside of the top 1% of wage earners and are hell bent on tearing down anything and everything that benefits anyone below that 1%. This whole theatrical exercise they are conducting is a joke and a perfect example of big government (which they supposedly abhor) not working, since they know that anything they pass in the House will be shelved in the Senate anyway. They are a complete farce and I too would looked bored if I was hauled in to sit and listen to their stupid and disingenuous questioning.

    In regards to her comment, possibly inarticulated in the moment, a true conservative would fault on the safe (conservative) side of things, strictly regulate pollution, and fund the science needed to prove things one way or another. And besides, don’t we all want and deserve to drink clean water? Breathe clean air? Or is it more important that coal, oil, and chemical companies be allowed to pollute at will in order to increase their bottom line. Isn’t it everyone’s water and air? Not Massey’s. The fact that anyone, other than the board of directors of these polluting entities, would agree with the Republican side of this matter is beyond me. Somehow the GOP has figured out a way to get half the population to vote against their own interests. Clever.

    The “fiscally conservative and free market advocate” GOP (complete and utter nonsense) drove us into the ditch during the Bush years and now to right everything they want to punish the middle class and poor but gutting every program they can.

    You guys do realize John Boehner was the one on the floor of the House back in 2008, while Bush was still in office, desperately pleading, with the obligatory tears in his eyes, to get all his fellow Republicans to bail out the banks. He and the rest of the GOP, a sick joke with no shame.

    Rep. Boehner, where are the jobs?

  3. aha says:

    I guess its a good thing I vote for the best option and not party affiliation.

  4. JakeF23 says:

    #73. The GOPers are the kings of ad hominem attack. If you can’t dispute the facts, go after the messenger. Ah, forget that. Just go after the messenger regardless.

    Great thing about facts is that they are true whether you believe them or not.

    As for the left loons, I have a ton of criticism for them too. It’s not an a one or the other situation as far as I’m concerned. So your comments are made in ignorance and are without merit. Of course.

    Life is too short, so I’m done here.

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