Bottling hypocrisy

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Give-away to water bottling plant in Florida is on the wrong side of sustainability in many ways. We must follow the lead of those on the right path.

Good read by one of my favorites writers, Carl Hiaasen, on the irreparable and villainous damages being inflicted upon our state by the man who imagines himself our future President, Rick Scott. The alt-fact definition of political hero in our current world:  Sucking up to deep pockets while selling out your constituents (and sucking our Florida aquifer dry.)  Rick Scott takes his place among the pantheon of heroes who deserve a medal.

2 thoughts on “Bottling hypocrisy

    Living Soils said:
    May 29, 2017 at 7:23 pm

    Rick Scott couldn’t spell science if you spotted him the first five letters. We need to send politicians like this back to the hole from which they came. Thanks for the post.


    Karl Schroeder said:
    May 30, 2017 at 1:31 pm

    Why the Smiling Penis sees himself as the next teabag presidential nominee would be an interesting reveal. However, a more serious issue is how to overturn his idiotic deal with Nestle that allows it to pump .5 billion gal/day of Floridan Aquifer water even while the state is in a protracted drought. Where is the Legislature? Absent and counting their take from Nestle as well, or just plain stupid and short-sighted? It’s plain as the nose on any teabagger’s face – voting Republican is a vote against the voter’s vital self interest. Wake up, Republicans: The last conservative US president left the White House in Jan, 1961, and you’ve been led down a cactus path ever since.


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