wow when did you finally decide to go to work it’s been like forever
All these politicians that put themselves in a big people sized vending machine and big oil and munitions contractors and the like come and put in their dollars, pull the knob and out comes a bought and paid for politician all nice and neatly packaged. How else would they be appointed. Certainly not by their wisdom and experience but by their willingness to take bribes and be at their benefactors service. Their motto being, profit over people.
Hey, the Koch Brothers and other oligarch have finally got their Bang-for-the-buck return (same as Putin) for all those billions funding campaigns and bribes for anti-AmericaN Maga traitors. Ah, but George Soros and those Chavez-funded Jewish space lasers controlled out of Italy…
Hey, oligarchs have a right to crap in our nest, same as everybody else.
BTW, Heinz is a big Maga donor and might not appreciate the negative advertising…
The coal industry needs to be included in the mix of whatever is coming out of that hammer.
The rich don’t care. They will be long gone when the earth becomes uninhabitable.
The question has become: are the conservative “Justices” of SCOTUS really just idealogues with little connection to reality or pragmatism, or are they bought?
Roe v Wade was the loss leader Republicans used to get a sixteenth century majority on the court. This decision is what they really wanted. Rich a$$hats make money no matter who gets poisoned for it. Voting rights are gone. Look for this court to make certain there is minority rule for decades. And to quote a former Democrat from Florida regarding the Republican position on health care “If you get sick die quick.” McConnell couldn’t throw out the Affordable Care Act but this court will and the GQP will skate free from bearing the responsibility for people dying for lack of care.
That EPA decision is covered with the oily fingerprints of Charles Koch and his ilk.
Apt. But a little wide of the mark. The ruling applied to power plants, coal fired ones, I think. The EPA rule in question was for the reduction of CO2 emissions from coal burning. Ironically, many coal plants have converted to gas already because of the high cost of coal. Sadly, this too is a problem because gas prices are high than a sparrow singing on a barn roof, too.