Discussion in 'Health and Lifestyle' started by JBeukema, Dec 24, 2010.
Probable carcinogen hexavalent chromium found in drinking water of 31 U.S. cities
So what, three sips and we're dead? Guzzle for 50 years and you may get cancer? Give us some context please.
Is the municipal water supply one of those socialist perks we're supposed to be grateful for?
You're only grateful because Bush and the Republicans repealed so many regulations.
I thought this was hilarious under Yahoo "Answers":
Bush has relaxed restrictions against pollution across the board, including lower standards for the cleanliness of drinking water. Do republicans really not care about your children enough to want them to have clean water to drink?
The hilarious answer:
Hey Av, I think George has a limited amount of time left to do an historic amount of damage...Need I say more? When was the last time the welfare of the American public was a political concern?
Why is Bush deregulating pollution controls just before he leaves office? - Yahoo! Answers
Wasn't that funny? Limited time for a historic amount of damage?
Specifically, which regulations put chromium in the drinking water?
This should be good, because Erin Brockovich brought suit against Pacific Gas & Electric, in California, in 1993, 7 years before Bush was elected.
The case was settled in 1996, 4 years before Bush was elected.
Kewl ! Did "The Greatest Nation on Earth" get a #1 again or did China beat you ?
I hear if you put fluoride and chlorine in it it makes it "less toxic"
Rdean posts both the questions and the answers on Yahoo Answers.
So Bush didn't "deregulate"? Careful. Know the facts.
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