The Age of Corporate Environmentalism

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    http://reason.com/archives/2006/02/01/the-age-of-corporate-environme/singlepage
     
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    They see a way to separate the gullible from their money...Nothing new under the sun there.

    Nice source. ;)
     
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    Sorry, the Libertarian Times website wasn't working. ;)
     
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    BP's past record, and the negligence demonstrated in the present disaster should lead to criminal charges for those in control of this operation. Any executives of the company that knew of the chances being taken, and did not speak out against that, should also be charged.

    We are in the process of losing a very large, beautiful, and important part of our nation. Part of the heritage of the children of this nation has been destroyed. Do we just say, oh well, the price of doing business?
     
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    They were more or less forced into drilling a mile under the surface of the ocean, in international waters, because nutbar environmentalist wackaloons like you poop your pants when oil companies want to explore on dry land.

    You could be asked the same question...Has being a reactionary nutcase, who freaks out at the thought of producing energy in America, been worth it?
     
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    You just can't trust British Corporations. Damn you Britain!!!!!
     
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    These people are corrupt down to the last and anyone who doesn't know that is a fucking idiot. Fuck the GOP! Fuck the Dems! Bankrupt the bastards rather than giving them a law to hide behind!
     
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    She did hack your account!

    I better get my IT people on it right away!

    And let's not forget those poor marine animals, the dolphins, the birds, the fish, Samson's squid. I'm sure our children won't mind either.
     

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