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  1. Did anyone hear the fake news complaining about 18 school shootings so far this year? When we have a Republican in office they even count accidental discharges as "shootings", but when Obama was in office they never counted any of them. It's the same when it comes to pollution, just look at how one poster runs to an online list to show how the troubles in Hawaii must be OK because the fake list says so.
  2. It's good that Hawaii is finally being exposed for their own pollution, the liberal judges don't care about that but sure love to rule on federal law. California is easily the most polluted state, and it's controlled completely by Democrats. Then you have our 51st state of Canada that dumps raw sewage into coastal waters like its mountain dew every day. And this is where many people live while pretending to be environmentalists. The bottom line is Hawaii is polluted, and since Democrats have controlled it for all these years, there's no one else to blame.
  3. Hawaii’s water is so dirty with human waste that tourists are getting skin infections Surfers and snorkellers have fallen victim to skin infections and the state’s drinking water, its coral reefs and famous beaches are all under threat because of a cesspool crisis. Cesspools are holes in the ground where untreated human waste is deposited and this waste is entering the drinking water in part of the state — pushing nitrate levels close to the legal limit. According to the state health department, the state now has 88,000 cesspools across its eight major islands, more than any other state in the US. As the state’s politicians scramble to find a solution, the report states that the cost of replacing each cesspool could reach around US$1.75 billion (£1.26billion). Worryingly, more that 90 per cent of the state’s drinking water comes from groundwater wells, but these cesspools deposit 53 million gallons of raw sewage into the ground every day. ***************************************************** When are these states being run by Democrats going to clean up the pollution? Here we have Hawaii suffering from sewage going into the groundwater.
  4. Ask all the people being assaulted in Canada if they feel safer, I don't think so. You must not get out much in the real world, lol.
  5. STAT Canada Total crimes per 1000 80.25 Ranked 10th. 94% more than United States ********************************************* 94% higher crime rate in Canada over the United States. So instead of shooting each other, they just rob you or beat you up.
  6. kimmel shooting off his mouth again at trump

    He was crying and acting like he was going to lose his healthcare because of Trump, which was ridiculous when he makes enough to pay hospital bills with cash.
  7. Canadians are victimized by assault a little over twice as often as the Americans most demographically similar are, with 337 more nonfatal, nonsexual assaults per 100,000 inhabitants occurring in Canada. But let's not let facts get in the way of things.
  8. kimmel shooting off his mouth again at trump

    I can't believe so many people waste an hour of their life every night watching him. And this guy lost it when he complained about paying for health insurance when he makes over $20 million a year.
  9. I now support global warming

    No Children Because of Climate Change? Some People Are Considering It Add this to the list of decisions affected by climate change: Should I have children? It is not an easy time for people to feel hopeful, with the effects of global warming no longer theoretical, projections becoming more dire and governmental action lagging. And while few, if any, studies have examined how large a role climate change plays in people’s childbearing decisions, it loomed large in interviews with more than a dozen people ages 18 to 43. A 32-year-old who always thought she would have children can no longer justify it to herself. A Mormon has bucked the expectations of her religion by resolving to adopt rather than give birth. An Ohio woman had her first child after an unplanned pregnancy — and then had a second because she did not want her daughter to face an environmental collapse alone. Among them, there is a sense of being saddled with painful ethical questions that previous generations did not have to confront. Some worry about the quality of life children born today will have as shorelines flood, wildfires rage and extreme weather becomes more common. Others are acutely aware that having a child is one of the costliest actions they can take environmentally. If it weren’t for climate change, Allison Guy said, she would go off birth control tomorrow. But scientists’ projections, if rapid action isn’t taken, are not “congruent with a stable society,” said Ms. Guy, 32, who works at a marine conservation nonprofit in Washington. “I don’t want to give birth to a kid wondering if it’s going to live in some kind of ‘Mad Max’ dystopia.” ************************************************** I completely support their decisions, if people are too stupid to understand this scam, then they shouldn't have children.
  10. Gun violence in Canada is a lot more common than you think A gunman fatally shot a soldier in Ottawa Wednesday before being shot and killed himself. Authorities believe the man was Michael Zehaf-Bibeau, a Canadian convert to Islam, according to U.S. law enforcement officials. The Globe and Mail reported that Zehaf-Bibeau had been denied a passport, as authorities were worried he would join violent extremists abroad. There were 1,092 violent crimes committed per 100,000 Canadians last year, according to the agency. About half of those crimes were threats or assaults involving little or no physical harm. By comparison, the U.S. violent crime rate reported by the Federal Bureau of Investigation was 387 per 100,000 people, a figure that excludes threats and simple assaults. ********************************************** More violent crimes in Canada than in the United States per 100,000 citizens? I would have never guessed it based on the advice given by Canadians.
  11. Passengers Recall 'Flight From Hell' After 3-Year-Old Screamed for 8 Hours Straight It was a transatlantic headache for passengers aboard a flight from Germany to the U.S. when a child would not stop screaming for eight hours. The passengers described it as the flight from hell which featured nonstop screaming and fussing from a 3-year-old on board. The mother of the child was overheard telling flight attendants that her son has “behavioral problems,” according to passengers. Passenger Shane Townley captured parts of the August flight on video, which has recently come to light. "She kind of looked like she was used to it," he told Inside Edition of the boy’s mother’s disposition. "He was climbing the chairs. He would not let up. He was running up and down the aisles and there was nothing she could do." ******************************************* All the mother had to say was the kid's still upset that Hillary lost and Trump was elected. Everyone would have instantly understood.
  12. When Obama was elected the Republicans gave him a couple of years to prove he could be President. Democrats on the other hand have been crying since day one about Trump and lying constantly to stop him from doing what he was elected for. What a bunch of babies.
  13. Justin Trudeau makes Trump look like a genius again.
  14. To Lorna

    Maybe they didn't want people to become all hot and bothered like what happened with The Story Of Temple Drake, then get a big letdown.
  15. Hundreds of scientists demand improved Canadian pollution laws in letter to Justin Trudeau The letter is signed by more than 540 scientists and doctors from across Canada, telling Trudeau this is a “once-in-a-generation opportunity to curb pollution, save lives, protect the environment, boost the economy and improve the quality of life for all Canadians.” “Canada has a serious pollution problem that is a threat to both human health and the quality of our environment,” it says. Canada, says the letter, is the only industrialized country in the world without legally binding, and enforceable, air quality standards. Canada sets ambient air quality standards under CEPA, including objectives for substances like ozone and sulphur dioxide, but the standards are voluntary and don’t make mention of some of the most troubling pollutants like cadmium and benzene. Diamond said there are standards at the provincial level, but they are very uneven and it shouldn’t be that someone in one province has less protection from polluted air than someone in another province. ********************************************* When 540 "scientists" have to write a letter to Justin Trudeau telling him to stop polluting, you know things are bad in Canada. It doesn't even mention all the sewage he has allowed to be dumped into our coastal waters.

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