Cali is going after Farming like Obama is going after Coal and Oil...

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    Open Channel - Farming communities facing crisis over nitrate pollution, study says

    It's interesting...

    The things I found out by reading this article.

    1.) There is no Statistical Data regarding the rates of Health Issues in these areas as compared with other regions.

    2.) The Worst case they illustrate was one area that tested at 106 parts per million in contaminates as compared to the acceptable 45 parts per million... parts per MILLION... And no Statistical Data on what 106 compared to 45 has done in the past or even in test cases... Or even worse than 106 for that matter or what occurs naturally in areas outside of Farming.

    3.) The Source of this article that MSNBC is pushing... The Food and Environment Reporting Network... Who MSNBC called "an independent and nonprofit investigative news organization." Do you know where MSNBC got that?... Right from the "About us" section of the Activist Site. :thup:

    4.) UC Davis conducted the "Study" at the Direction of Liberals in the Cali Legislature... Abject Objectivity at it's best.

    5.) And finally... The Conclusion... New Taxes... Because we all now how well the California Government is doing Financially.

    Am I shocked?...

    Nope.

    Will I be shocked when the California Economy continues to Fail?...

    Nope.

    Anyway, it's good to see that Liberals are least Consistent...

    Consistently Wrong and Dishonest when the Ends Justify the Means. :thup:

    :)

    peace...
     
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    I guess they like turning their state into a massive ghetto.
     
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    Well, it's what it looks like to the South of them, so maybe that's the Influence... :thup:

    I wonder what percentage of California's State Budget comes from Farming?...

    When it becomes cheaper to Import the Food from Mexico, what will the Liberals say then?...

    They aware of the GREAT Regulations they have South of the Border?...

    Yum.

    :)

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    more taxes?

    The people that can afford to leave are, the people that can't are stuck.

    oh, wait


    Farmers CAN'T leave b/c they can't take the farm with them or sell the property anymore.

    ohhhh, smart move.


    :lol:

    libtards, nice to have living examples of what not to do.
     
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    Finally, someone is addressing the real polluters and not the imagined.
    Agriculture has forever been given a pass with respect to impacts on the environment.

    Now if they'd just address the Ogallala pollution from agriculture...
     
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    are you talking about the town of Ogallala or the indian tribe Ogalala?
     
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    Study: Thousands face cancer risk from water

    ^That's how MSNBC is Pimping the Story they are so Obviously Sympathetic to.

    But don't worry...

    The Cali Legislature is not Partisan.

    UC Davis is not Partisan.

    The Food and Environment Reporting Network is not Partisan.

    This is an Honest and Objective look at just how Horrible Farmers are. :thup:

    They are Killing all of us.

    :)

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    "We have to tax more, in order to spend more" Charles Rangel (D-NY) promoting the other half of the Democrat Manifesto that Government Hath The Power To Do Infinite Good.
     
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    I hope Truthdoesntmatter loves paying those higher taxes , higher gas prices and paying for all those illegal aliens!
     
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    The aquifer that is supposedly threatened by the Keystone XL pipeline.
    Sorry about that I was in a hurry LOL.

    http://www.nytimes.com/2011/12/01/opinion/polluting-the-ogallala-aquifer.html
     

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