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Range Maggot Bob

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DFord wrote:

I like clean air and water and the regulations that used to prohibit those who would plunder and pollute for their own greedy purposes from doing as they please.

When the last tree is cut down and the last bit of drinkable water is poisoned and there's nowhere for your children and grandchildren to visit that hasn't been destroyed with industrialization you'll have nothing left to do but eat your petroleum and fossil fuel.



Funny- I haven't seen that happening. Matter of fact, I haven't seen ANYTHING close to that.

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dave54 ~~ I like your word 'CATASTROPHIZE' do you mind if I use it??


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Range Maggot Bob wrote:

DFord wrote:

I like clean air and water and the regulations that used to prohibit those who would plunder and pollute for their own greedy purposes from doing as they please.

When the last tree is cut down and the last bit of drinkable water is poisoned and there's nowhere for your children and grandchildren to visit that hasn't been destroyed with industrialization you'll have nothing left to do but eat your petroleum and fossil fuel.



Funny- I haven't seen that happening. Matter of fact, I haven't seen ANYTHING close to that.


You've either got you head in the sand or you're getting your news from the The Fox.

Sadly, this administration has been an environmental disaster of enormous proportions.


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MDKMDK wrote:

DFord wrote:

I like clean air and water and the regulations that used to prohibit those who would plunder and pollute for their own greedy purposes from doing as they please.

When the last tree is cut down and the last bit of drinkable water is poisoned and there's nowhere for your children and grandchildren to visit that hasn't been destroyed with industrialization you'll have nothing left to do but eat your petroleum and fossil fuel.

Capitalism works best for everyone only when it's well regulated.


Unregulated capitalism made the USA the greatest country the planet has ever seen. Don't mess with it, if you want your decendents to have the same opportunities to prosper.
Don't worry about the environment too much, until you're ready to enforce it everywhere, because as you blow your brains out trying to save your little portion of the planet, the rest of the world is polluting and destroying their parts of it just as quickly. We share the oceans and the atmosphere with the rest of the world, and if they keep on ruining it, what chance do we have to fix it?


Haha....."Capitalism works best...." Well, socialism, communism, leftism can't make it past the first 2 words.

Fox is too left wing and corporate for me. Yes, corporate America needs to be regulated, same as big government.


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maddog348 wrote:

dave54 ~~ I like your word 'CATASTROPHIZE' do you mind if I use it??


JM2¢ ~~ YMMV


It is not mine. I took it from some other web site

"Creative plagiarism is better than inept innovation."


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Range Maggot Bob wrote:

DFord wrote:

I like clean air and water and the regulations that used to prohibit those who would plunder and pollute for their own greedy purposes from doing as they please.

When the last tree is cut down and the last bit of drinkable water is poisoned and there's nowhere for your children and grandchildren to visit that hasn't been destroyed with industrialization you'll have nothing left to do but eat your petroleum and fossil fuel.



Funny- I haven't seen that happening. Matter of fact, I haven't seen ANYTHING close to that.


By almost every metric private commercial forestland (owned by big greedy capitalist timber companies) are in better health, more biodiverse, and more resilient to disturbance than the adjacent federal forestland.

But then, most so-called environmentalist would not recognize a healthy forest if they got lost in one.

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dave54 wrote:

Range Maggot Bob wrote:

DFord wrote:

I like clean air and water and the regulations that used to prohibit those who would plunder and pollute for their own greedy purposes from doing as they please.

When the last tree is cut down and the last bit of drinkable water is poisoned and there's nowhere for your children and grandchildren to visit that hasn't been destroyed with industrialization you'll have nothing left to do but eat your petroleum and fossil fuel.



Funny- I haven't seen that happening. Matter of fact, I haven't seen ANYTHING close to that.


By almost every metric private commercial forestland (owned by big greedy capitalist timber companies) are in better health, more biodiverse, and more resilient to disturbance than the adjacent federal forestland.


But then, most so-called environmentalist would not recognize a healthy forest if they got lost in one.


As a long time (and now retired) forester with a federal land management agency, I've spent a lot of time with inventory, productivity, and mortality data on both public and private lands. And all I've got to say in response to your comment is: .....you are absolutely correct!

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So Mr. Dewey,
how do you get around?

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dewey02 wrote:


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By almost every metric private commercial forestland (owned by big greedy capitalist timber companies) are in better health, more biodiverse, and more resilient to disturbance than the adjacent federal forestland.
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Everyone always says they want federal forests managed according to the best available science. Yet Congress keeps passing laws forbidding the Forest Service from using the best science.

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dave54 wrote:

dewey02 wrote:


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By almost every metric private commercial forestland (owned by big greedy capitalist timber companies) are in better health, more biodiverse, and more resilient to disturbance than the adjacent federal forestland.
...



Everyone always says they want federal forests managed according to the best available science. Yet Congress keeps passing laws forbidding the Forest Service from using the best science.

While I don't completely disagree with your post,, please don't quote and respond to your own posts and attribute them to me. I agreed with, but never said or wrote what you have quoted. Those are your words. Thank you in advance for either changing or deleting your post

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