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Jun 9, 2021 19:22:35   #
proud republican Loc: RED CALIFORNIA
 
https://eminetra.co.uk/jane-fonda-accuses-joe-biden-of-not-being-bold-about-climate-change/519773/amp/

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Jun 9, 2021 19:39:29   #
JFlorio Loc: Seminole Florida
 
proud republican wrote:
https://eminetra.co.uk/jane-fonda-accuses-joe-biden-of-not-being-bold-about-climate-change/519773/amp/


LOL! That ol mummy doesn’t need to worry about it. Hopefully she won’t have to worry about it much longer.

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Jun 9, 2021 19:51:43   #
microphor
 
proud republican wrote:
https://eminetra.co.uk/jane-fonda-accuses-joe-biden-of-not-being-bold-about-climate-change/519773/amp/


She's a traitor so I don't value anything she says.

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Jun 9, 2021 19:54:06   #
wtroxell
 
JFlorio wrote:
LOL! That ol mummy doesn’t need to worry about it. Hopefully she won’t have to worry about it much longer.


Hanoi Jane !



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Jun 9, 2021 20:11:27   #
proud republican Loc: RED CALIFORNIA
 
wtroxell wrote:
Hanoi Jane !


Shes an idiot!

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Jun 9, 2021 20:11:56   #
proud republican Loc: RED CALIFORNIA
 
microphor wrote:
She's a traitor so I don't value anything she says.



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Jun 9, 2021 21:26:10   #
3507
 
proud republican wrote:
https://eminetra.co.uk/jane-fonda-accuses-joe-biden-of-not-being-bold-about-climate-change/519773/amp/


What a strangely-worded article! It looks like it was written by someone who doesn't know English very well.

The basic idea is apparent, anyway. Pollution (which is closely related to global warming and other climate changes) is a very urgent issue. And there are serious problems with "drilling" and oil "pipelines". The usual oil industry expansions are the wrong way to go. (The usual coal industry is also the wrong way to go.)

It would not be surprising if Mr. Biden (or any other president) is not doing enough fast enough, regarding climate change. It is the kind of problem that requires a radical solution. (radical: addressing the root of a problem; or, doing something much different from usual (preferably wisely)) Most ordinary people don't engage in radical action much. One of our previous presidents, Mr. Trump, might be willing to engage in some kind of radical action about something, but he either doesn't have enough sense, or doesn't care, to know anything or to choose wisely. He might protect himself at everyone else's expense, but that's not wise in terms of being a good leader of a nation or of the world. Mr. Biden's much better but, I would guess, still not radical enough or quick enough for the pollution/warming/change problem. Hardly anyone over 30 is radical enough or quick enough to adequately address the pollution/warming/change problem in its current status.

Regarding disruptive protests:

The Boston Tea Party was a disruptive protest.

And, of course, the American Revolution was a bigger kind of disruptive protest.

The important thing is to understand enough, before doing something violent, so that you will be choosing the right problem and the right side of it. If one does no violence, or if a group does no violence, then the heavy responsibility is lightened some.

I put this in here to point out a difference between some violent disruptive protests and others (such as the Jan. 6 one)! George Washington and the other "Founders" went through a long process of establishing what their problem was and articulating that problem and what should be done about it. The Declaration of Independence explains it. The Jan. 6, 2021 insurrectionists did not behave so responsibly in several ways.

The current pollution problem (which has existed for decades and has steadily gotten worse, and is accelerating, and is closely related to global warming and other climate changes) requires some fundamental changes to the economy. The "Green New Deal" is approximately the right idea. (I have to say "approximately" because I'm not familiar with its details; and it's new anyway, so presumably it hasn't progressed into all the detailed stages yet). It takes someone like an Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (or a Bernie Sanders) to say it. (That's because most people aren't brave enough to start a new idea like that.) Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is right; Greta Thunberg is right; and Jane Fonda is very likely right, although the article about what she's doing, as posted, has enough grammatical errors that the whole article is suspect.

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Jun 9, 2021 21:27:49   #
JFlorio Loc: Seminole Florida
 
Go away troll. We’ve seen these BS talking points (almost verbatim ) a hundred times.
3507 wrote:
What a strangely-worded article! It looks like it was written by someone who doesn't know English very well.

The basic idea is apparent, anyway. Pollution (which is closely related to global warming and other climate changes) is a very urgent issue. And there are serious problems with "drilling" and oil "pipelines". The usual oil industry expansions are the wrong way to go. (The usual coal industry is also the wrong way to go.)

It would not be surprising if Mr. Biden (or any other president) is not doing enough fast enough, regarding climate change. It is the kind of problem that requires a radical solution. (radical: addressing the root of a problem; or, doing something much different from usual (preferably wisely)) Most ordinary people don't engage in radical action much. One of our previous presidents, Mr. Trump, might be willing to engage in some kind of radical action about something, but he either doesn't have enough sense, or doesn't care, to know anything or to choose wisely. He might protect himself at everyone else's expense, but that's not wise in terms of being a good leader of a nation or of the world. Mr. Biden's much better but, I would guess, still not radical enough or quick enough for the pollution/warming/change problem. Hardly anyone over 30 is radical enough or quick enough to adequately address the pollution/warming/change problem in its current status.

Regarding disruptive protests:

The Boston Tea Party was a disruptive protest.

And, of course, the American Revolution was a bigger kind of disruptive protest.

The important thing is to understand enough, before doing something violent, so that you will be choosing the right problem and the right side of it. If one does no violence, or if a group does no violence, then the heavy responsibility is lightened some.

I put this in here to point out a difference between some violent disruptive protests and others! George Washington and the other "Founders" went through a long process of establishing what their problem was and articulating that problem and what should be done about it. The Declaration of Independence explains it. The Jan. 6, 2021 insurrectionists did not behave so responsibly in several ways.

The current pollution problem (which has existed for decades and has steadily gotten worse, and is accelerating, and is closely related to global warming and other climate changes) requires some fundamental changes to the economy. The "Green New Deal" is approximately the right idea. (I have to say "approximately" because I'm not familiar with its details; and it's new anyway, so presumably it hasn't progressed into all the detailed stages yet). It takes someone like an Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (or a Bernie Sanders) to say it. (That's because most people aren't brave enough to start a new idea like that.) Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is right; Greta Thunberg is right; and Jane Fonda is very likely right, although the article about what she's doing, as posted, has enough grammatical errors that the whole article is suspect.
What a strangely-worded article! It looks like it... (show quote)

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Jun 9, 2021 22:18:31   #
proud republican Loc: RED CALIFORNIA
 
JFlorio wrote:
Go away troll. We’ve seen these BS talking points (almost verbatim ) a hundred times.



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Jun 9, 2021 22:28:31   #
lpnmajor Loc: Arkansas
 
proud republican wrote:
https://eminetra.co.uk/jane-fonda-accuses-joe-biden-of-not-being-bold-about-climate-change/519773/amp/


Who? You mean, she's still alive?

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Jun 9, 2021 23:45:30   #
proud republican Loc: RED CALIFORNIA
 
lpnmajor wrote:
Who? You mean, she's still alive?


Barely...😄😄😄

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Jun 10, 2021 02:59:00   #
proud republican Loc: RED CALIFORNIA
 
3507 wrote:
What a strangely-worded article! It looks like it was written by someone who doesn't know English very well.

The basic idea is apparent, anyway. Pollution (which is closely related to global warming and other climate changes) is a very urgent issue. And there are serious problems with "drilling" and oil "pipelines". The usual oil industry expansions are the wrong way to go. (The usual coal industry is also the wrong way to go.)

It would not be surprising if Mr. Biden (or any other president) is not doing enough fast enough, regarding climate change. It is the kind of problem that requires a radical solution. (radical: addressing the root of a problem; or, doing something much different from usual (preferably wisely)) Most ordinary people don't engage in radical action much. One of our previous presidents, Mr. Trump, might be willing to engage in some kind of radical action about something, but he either doesn't have enough sense, or doesn't care, to know anything or to choose wisely. He might protect himself at everyone else's expense, but that's not wise in terms of being a good leader of a nation or of the world. Mr. Biden's much better but, I would guess, still not radical enough or quick enough for the pollution/warming/change problem. Hardly anyone over 30 is radical enough or quick enough to adequately address the pollution/warming/change problem in its current status.

Regarding disruptive protests:

The Boston Tea Party was a disruptive protest.

And, of course, the American Revolution was a bigger kind of disruptive protest.

The important thing is to understand enough, before doing something violent, so that you will be choosing the right problem and the right side of it. If one does no violence, or if a group does no violence, then the heavy responsibility is lightened some.

I put this in here to point out a difference between some violent disruptive protests and others (such as the Jan. 6 one)! George Washington and the other "Founders" went through a long process of establishing what their problem was and articulating that problem and what should be done about it. The Declaration of Independence explains it. The Jan. 6, 2021 insurrectionists did not behave so responsibly in several ways.

The current pollution problem (which has existed for decades and has steadily gotten worse, and is accelerating, and is closely related to global warming and other climate changes) requires some fundamental changes to the economy. The "Green New Deal" is approximately the right idea. (I have to say "approximately" because I'm not familiar with its details; and it's new anyway, so presumably it hasn't progressed into all the detailed stages yet). It takes someone like an Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (or a Bernie Sanders) to say it. (That's because most people aren't brave enough to start a new idea like that.) Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is right; Greta Thunberg is right; and Jane Fonda is very likely right, although the article about what she's doing, as posted, has enough grammatical errors that the whole article is suspect.
What a strangely-worded article! It looks like it... (show quote)



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Jun 10, 2021 07:01:12   #
drlarrygino
 
JFlorio wrote:
LOL! That ol mummy doesn’t need to worry about it. Hopefully she won’t have to worry about it much longer.


We can only hope that she he goes quickly. She has a lot of explaining to do in the afterlife.

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Jun 10, 2021 07:04:00   #
drlarrygino
 
3507 wrote:
What a strangely-worded article! It looks like it was written by someone who doesn't know English very well.

The basic idea is apparent, anyway. Pollution (which is closely related to global warming and other climate changes) is a very urgent issue. And there are serious problems with "drilling" and oil "pipelines". The usual oil industry expansions are the wrong way to go. (The usual coal industry is also the wrong way to go.)

It would not be surprising if Mr. Biden (or any other president) is not doing enough fast enough, regarding climate change. It is the kind of problem that requires a radical solution. (radical: addressing the root of a problem; or, doing something much different from usual (preferably wisely)) Most ordinary people don't engage in radical action much. One of our previous presidents, Mr. Trump, might be willing to engage in some kind of radical action about something, but he either doesn't have enough sense, or doesn't care, to know anything or to choose wisely. He might protect himself at everyone else's expense, but that's not wise in terms of being a good leader of a nation or of the world. Mr. Biden's much better but, I would guess, still not radical enough or quick enough for the pollution/warming/change problem. Hardly anyone over 30 is radical enough or quick enough to adequately address the pollution/warming/change problem in its current status.

Regarding disruptive protests:

The Boston Tea Party was a disruptive protest.

And, of course, the American Revolution was a bigger kind of disruptive protest.

The important thing is to understand enough, before doing something violent, so that you will be choosing the right problem and the right side of it. If one does no violence, or if a group does no violence, then the heavy responsibility is lightened some.

I put this in here to point out a difference between some violent disruptive protests and others (such as the Jan. 6 one)! George Washington and the other "Founders" went through a long process of establishing what their problem was and articulating that problem and what should be done about it. The Declaration of Independence explains it. The Jan. 6, 2021 insurrectionists did not behave so responsibly in several ways.

The current pollution problem (which has existed for decades and has steadily gotten worse, and is accelerating, and is closely related to global warming and other climate changes) requires some fundamental changes to the economy. The "Green New Deal" is approximately the right idea. (I have to say "approximately" because I'm not familiar with its details; and it's new anyway, so presumably it hasn't progressed into all the detailed stages yet). It takes someone like an Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (or a Bernie Sanders) to say it. (That's because most people aren't brave enough to start a new idea like that.) Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is right; Greta Thunberg is right; and Jane Fonda is very likely right, although the article about what she's doing, as posted, has enough grammatical errors that the whole article is suspect.
What a strangely-worded article! It looks like it... (show quote)


Slo Joe is better alright. Better at tearing our country apart and turning us into a trash heap of commie manure.

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Jun 10, 2021 07:07:07   #
drlarrygino
 
lpnmajor wrote:
Who? You mean, she's still alive?


Her exercise videos were a flop. The only thing she still exercises is her vile mouth. Jane has more weight in silicone in her body than Liz Taylor had in her fat a$$ when she died.

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