^Great, another idiotic enviro-nazi.
Originally Posted by Doady
The only thing that's "dictatorial" here is saying that people should not run for office because you don't agree with their stance on environmental issues.
I never said people shouldn't run for public office. What I said was that Hazel McCallion should pack it in if these are the kind of things she supports now. There's nothing dictatorial about criticizing elected officials either. In fact it's important in a democracy to do just that.
Here's something i'm sure you enviro-nazis have never read:
"Whole Foods recently announced that they will no longer be using plastic bags, but is that really the best thing for the environment? According to the Environment Protection Agency, paper is the number one item most frequently encountered in landfills. And let's not forget where paper comes from: trees. Millions of trees are being knocked down just because some people think that plastic bags are bad for the environment but they're wrong. Plastic bags are recyclable and isn't that the entire point of being 'green'? We're trying to reduce the amount of waste in the landfills by recycling more and throwing away less trash. Plastic bags aren't the evil items they're made out to be - they allow us to re-use them in our small household bins, as a means to carry our lunch to work or for a picnic; you can put your wet bathing suits in a plastic bag when packing, and how about re-using them when you go grocery shopping? If you're not re-using your grocery store plastic bags then what are you using to line your bathroom or office bins? Are you buying plastic bags from manufacturers like Hefty or Glad? Why buy bags when we can just recycle the ones we already have?"
Taken from: http://voices.yahoo.com/are-plastic-...nt-863715.html