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Finally Obama does something right... euthanizing defective individuals should decrease healthcare costs, and the boy will euthanize them on the cheap! Paraplegics, blind, deaf, and all others bad for the environment are next S6

http://www.weeklystandard.com/blogs/obam...94113.html
And there will be that many less people exhaling that evil pollutant CO2 as well.

When did we become Nazi Germany?
Tuesday, January 20, 2009?

I have slight asthma and use albuterol inhalers. This has been going on for awhile now. When I had to refill I was told I had to get a new prescription for an inhaler that is eco-friendly.

Explain to me how this affects the ozone layer? We're inhaling it, not using it as air freshener.
It doesn't really. The ozone layer is constantly being replenished by newly created O3. It's a natural process, and little we can do about it. All this is is just an attempt to make ourselves 'feel' good about what we are doing, regardless the cost.

Big Government in action, and your tax dollars at work. Aren't you proud?
If it helps the earth, good. If some folks suffocate, too bad. Who do you folks think you are anyway? special?
Hey, after you kill a few million people by banning DDT, what's the harm in a few more casualties sacrificed at the altar of the Earth Goddess?
Hilarious. I can't wait till they have so many regulations and laws that pretty soon it becomes like Mexico and people plain ignore them.
I have to use a special set of shampoos to keep down scalp itching due to sebborhea. One of them is called Nizoral. Well, my wife went to the store and it was out of stock. I go online and it is out of stock across America.

I do a little research, I find an ingredient is classified by EPA as a carcinogen, so they stopped distributing in the states. I bought from Canada instead.

At work, one of my responsibilities is to keep up with these hazards in our chemical inventory, and what happens is IF you were to drink say 100 gallons of this stuff every day for 30 years, you would get cancer. This is how the EPA thinks. In their defense, if one person did get cancer and they had not made this warning, then they get sued.

Our populace is why our government sucks the big johnson so bad.
I think we should report you in the interests of public safety, you just admitted in spreading dangerous carcinogens via sewers. S6
Also, let's not forget that keeping wildlife...an amphibious rodent...for domestic...purposes...within the city. That ain't legal either.
(09-24-2011, 04:08 PM)ghoullio Wrote: [ -> ]Also, let's not forget that keeping wildlife...an amphibious rodent...for domestic...purposes...within the city. That ain't legal either.

[Image: 9926108-confused-cartoon-guy-scratching-his-head.jpg]Which amphibious rodent?
I think he is talking about sebborhea S6.
(09-24-2011, 02:03 PM)Gunnen4u Wrote: [ -> ]Hilarious. I can't wait till they have so many regulations and laws that pretty soon it becomes like Mexico and people plain ignore them.

According to my son, that is already happening in LA. The cops won't arrest people for many things since there is no jail to put them in and/or they cannot pay a fine. The only folks who get arrested are middle class (the Hollywood types always skate).

I have heard it said in various places that there are already enough laws and regulations on the books so that almost any citizen can be arrested and charged with some sort of crime. So, we are already there, G4U.

I think we should all appreciate the diligence with which the gummint takes care of us.S24