Nicq MacDonald wrote:
> Let's see... the Greens support equal redistribution of wealth,
Theft and largess bestowed upon the thief's henchmen...
> an increase in localization and community self-reliance,
> fighting for equal civil rights,
Those that they let you keep, anyway...
> better regulated international trade,
Protective and punitive tariffs...
> the development of clean and sustainable sources of energy,
Which also happen to be expensive and unreliable...
> the promotion of mass transit and neighborhoods constructed
> for pedestrians instead of cars,
Via punishing taxes on automotive fuels...
> a woman's right to reproductive choice,
How kind of them to give her this one, after taking away so many
> the promotion of small scale organic agriculture
> over industrialized, chemical agriculture,
Expensive, bug infested food in short supply...
> Native American sovereignty,
A noble goal about 100 years too late...
> and waste reduction programs.
Ignoring, of course, the waste caused by gross interference with
> In other words, the future that I think most Greens envision is not one of
> wilderness survivalism, but one of a technological ecotopia reminiscent of
> the Earth seen on Star Trek... in other words, a progressive, holistic view
> in which we begin to focus on what is really important in life, instead of
> what corporations tell us, and where advanced technology intermingles with a
> clean, healthy planetary ecosystem.
Nice dream- too bad the methods used tend to produce police states.
-- Doug Jones, Rocket Plumber XCOR Aerospace
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