Why people "politicize" issues, and become concerned over this administration<br>stuffing the decision-making committee with right-leaning "scientists":<br><br>The Bush Environmental Record<br><br>From the beginning of President George W. Bush's first term through 2005, NRDC compiled a comprehensive account of his administration's actions on environmental matters. Though we are no longer updating the Bush Record, it remains available here as a unique resource. See above to search the Record's hundreds of stories or browse by topic; you can also [color:red]view by date</font color=red>.<br><br>As for the Bush administration, it has shown again and again that it will cater to industries that put America's health and natural heritage at risk; there is little doubt that more attempts to undermine environmental enforcement and weaken key programs will be made. NRDC will continue to vigilantly defend the environment.<br><br><br>
Aw crap.<br><br>Howze this for reality then? <br><br>I just woke up to an e-mail from my friend in Sweden<br>informing me of his concern that "the Baltic Sea is dying"<br>and that "most of the Cod species are already going extinct<br>due to over fertilization run-off and dairy farming there."<br><br>The alarming bit is that he ISN'T an environmental activist.<br>He never even pays attention to such things.... I guess until<br>the accumulating evidence is right under his nose.<br><br>ICKIE! ROTTING COD! Now THAT'S Reality. <br><br>
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