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    Who are the NERD fund donors Mr Snyder?

    Raise the curtain.

    Evangelical Environmental Network Runs Misleading Ads

    By Conservative First, Section News
    Posted on Sat Dec 03, 2011 at 12:55:27 PM EST
    Tags: Evangelical Environmental Network, Carl Levin, Debbie Stabenow, abortion, mercury (all tags)

    An environmentalist group that claims to be Christian is running ads in Michigan.

    Christian environmental group says the EPA's new rules on mercury pollution is a pro-life issue

    The Evangelical Environmental Network is running radio ads in six states.  The ads are virtually identical, merely substituting the name of the state and the senators who are targeted in the ad.  The ads, narrated by "Pastor Tracy" (no last name given) all say that "children here in [state] are vulnerable".  But unless she recorded identical ads in each state, she is LYING about where she is in most or all of the ads.

    The ads also reference "members of Congress who say they are pro-life", which is bizarre since since some of those mentioned, including Levin and Stabenow, say no such thing.

    I can't claim to be an expert on mercury emissions, but I am extremely skeptical of the scientific claims of environmental organizations, which have a long history of distorting science for their own ends.  But whatever the dangers to the unborn of a few parts per billion of mercury, it pales in comparison to the dangers of BEING STABBED IN THE NECK AND HAVING YOUR BRAINS SUCKED OUT.

    Abortion has killed 50 million or so unborn, and Carl Levin and Debbie Stabenow are ardent defenders of it.  For "Pastor Tracy" and the EEN to imply that Levin and Stabenow are pro-life is outrageous, and to attempt to use the pro-life cause to promote their environmental agenda is despicable.

    The EEN also uses bad theology.  In the Bible, God requires that we "Be fruitful and increase in number; fill the earth and subdue it."  Earth's resources are there for our use, and while we should use them responsibly, producing energy is essential to our standard of living.  Coal plants are an essential part of our energy production, and taking them away would hurt our economy and even our lifespans.

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    by JGillman on Sat Dec 03, 2011 at 01:23:12 PM EST
    Good dove-tail into what is going on in the administration's attempt at limiting our resource choices.

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