Yeah, it's a copy of that.

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Jul 7 anon1256 commented on BBC Officially Has No Time for Science Skeptics.
@23 as if there weren't a legitimate scientific case against monocrops drenched in herbicide.
Jul 7 anon1256 commented on BBC Officially Has No Time for Science Skeptics.
What took so long? We have known that climate denialists are a fig leaf for the merchants of doubt for over a decade now.
Jul 4 anon1256 commented on Timothy Egan's Independents Daze.
@3 No, he wasn't. He is in denial about Democrats. His column read like brown nosing to the Democratic party establishment as if Goldy was getting ready to run for office as a Democrat.
Jul 4 anon1256 commented on World Cup Open Thread.
Germany looked poor today. Scoring on a foul (shoving of defender as he jumps to head the ball) and producing next to squat for the rest of the match is clearly not the way to change their familiar pattern of failure in the semi. It's also true there isn't a clear favorite, so they may be able to pull it off (especially now that Neymar is out).
Jul 2 anon1256 commented on I Wish Every Voter in America Would Read This One Paragraph Before the Midterm Elections.
@1 Bush's operatives who got away with murder, thanks to Obama, will be back. The same way that Cheney and co came back from Reagan's Iran-Contra scandal even though it should have been the end of their political careers, at minimum ..
Jul 2 anon1256 commented on A Wonky Decision That Will Define the Future of Our Food.
@12 Do you have any citations to substantiate your bashing of Ansel, because otherwise it is largely meaningless.
Jul 2 anon1256 commented on A Wonky Decision That Will Define the Future of Our Food.
Average consumption is largely meaningless considering the likely great number of people who hardly ever eat fish. The law should be designed to protect the people for whom fish is a central part of their diet.
Jun 30 anon1256 commented on What Do We Call Politicians Who Value the Rights of Corporations Over the Rights of Individuals?.
see, Zok even agrees with plutocrats about austerity but nooo, he isn't a corporatist. wink, wink.
Jun 30 anon1256 commented on What Do We Call Politicians Who Value the Rights of Corporations Over the Rights of Individuals?.
@22 - in other words you are denying that massive financial deregulation occurred over the last 30 years, which makes of you either a delusional fool or someone with the intellectual honesty of a toilet (toilets have no intellectual honesty). You aren't a corporatist, you just happen to agree with them.

I am not going to argue blow by blow with your verbal diarrhea, which in traditional fashion for a Libertarian is profuse but meaningless for a non-religious type like me; however, your simplistic count of regulations in the books as evidence that greater regulation occurs today is not worth my time discussing any further.
 
 

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