Wednesday, November 01, 2006

Another day Another Bush Shill

In several instances, MacDonald [Julie] wrote sarcastic comments in the margins of the documents, questioning why scientists were portraying a species' condition as so bleak.

When scientists raised the possibility that a proposed road might degrade the greater sage grouse's habitat, which is scattered through 11 Western states, MacDonald wrote: "Has nothing to do with sage grouse. This belongs in a treatise on 'Why roads are bad'?"

Yeah, this is Bush objectivity. We've hit an all time low in every area. Poiticizing science is but one, because predetermined agendas rule the day here and abroad. Not workin too well is it?


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