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Post by apostate » Thu Jul 19, 2018 9:53 pm

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Post by OneGun » Thu Jul 19, 2018 10:16 pm

Finally, someone in NYC has a brain!! I hope New York gets stuck with the Defendants attorneys' Fees!!
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Post by Abraham » Fri Jul 20, 2018 10:56 am

I think I've asked this question before, but here goes: If this judge or any other pretends they have the power to act like congress, why not simply ignore them?

So what if judge XYZ insists that this or that be done when they've no insistence right?

Ignore them and their non-qualified pomposity.

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Post by bblhd672 » Fri Jul 20, 2018 1:59 pm

If the judge really had a brain he would have ruled that the climate change agenda is fake science.
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Post by Jusme » Fri Jul 20, 2018 6:55 pm

bblhd672 wrote:
Fri Jul 20, 2018 1:59 pm
If the judge really had a brain he would have ruled that the climate change agenda is fake science.
The problem was, the plaintiffs, didn't put "climate change" on trial. They proceeded, as if it was a decided, matter. Which then put oil companies, as "decided" contributors.

This was simply a "money grab" from large profitable companies. My question is, what if all of these companies, suddenly decided, the plaintiffs, were correct, and then ceased all oil production? How long would New York last?
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Post by Abraham » Sat Jul 21, 2018 9:33 am

Jusme,

Wouldn't it be delightful if they at least stopped distributing oil/gas in NYC, if only temporarily to see what world will be like for them without oil/gas.

So NYC, reap the results of your blanket condemnation of oil companies and see how long you last without them.

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Post by The Annoyed Man » Sat Jul 21, 2018 10:22 am

Jusme wrote:
Fri Jul 20, 2018 6:55 pm
“bblhd672” wrote: If the judge really had a brain he would have ruled that the climate change agenda is fake science.
The problem was, the plaintiffs, didn't put "climate change" on trial. They proceeded, as if it was a decided, matter. Which then put oil companies, as "decided" contributors.

This was simply a "money grab" from large profitable companies. My question is, what if all of these companies, suddenly decided, the plaintiffs, were correct, and then ceased all oil production? How long would New York last?
Abraham wrote:
Sat Jul 21, 2018 9:33 am
Jusme,

Wouldn't it be delightful if they at least stopped distributing oil/gas in NYC, if only temporarily to see what world will be like for them without oil/gas.

So NYC, reap the results of your blanket condemnation of oil companies and see how long you last without them.
It’s not just that the plaintiffs sought to circumvent the Constitution, it’s that they did it with a blind acceptance of theory which doesn’t even include their belief paradigm. The fact is, the climate IS changing. It is the ONE constant throughout human history and even further into the past, to the days when the planet was first formed. Literally NOBODY denies it. What at least half or more of the world’s climatologists (the ONLY people whose opinions matter) DO deny is (A) that climate change is anthropogenic, and (B) that puny men can do anything to change it. Hell, we can’t even make it rain locally when we want it to, or NOT put down tornadoes locally when we don’t want them. The thought that we can globally change the climate - or stop it from changing - requires a level of hubris possessed almost exclusively by lefties - the same people who want to tell you how to run every other phase of your life, and demand the political and legal power to compel your cooperation. They are the ones who have an innate faith in totalitarianism, and believe that this time, they’ll be the ones to get it right. In other news, the sky is falling. Or not.

My response to them is a two-word epithet advising someone to go have intimate knowledge of themselves. Leftist/progressive/collectivist thinking is a mental illness, based in a denial of reality, a denial of human nature, and a belief that you can make science say whatever you want it to say, for your own political ends, instead of what it materially says in actual fact; and the endgame of that kind of muddled thought is control over the rest of the planet’s population and their behaviors, just so that they themselves can feel some semblance of control over their own destinies. In short, they live in fear, so they have to control everyone/everything around them to hold their fear at bay. But it is a delusion. IF they ever achieve control over everyone and everything else, they’ll find that the fear they are running from comes from deep within themselves; and they will turn on each other like cornered rats. Their world view is a mental illness.
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Re: Judge refuses to legislate from the bench

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Post by rdcrags » Sun Jul 22, 2018 12:33 am

Amen
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