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23 hours ago, Tweety said:

AOC is getting pretty good reviews for the Cohen hearing from more than one source.

https://www.nytimes.com/2019/02/28/opinion/alexandria-ocasio-cortez-cohen-hearing.html

Not so from co-founder of Greenpiece.

https://www.dailywire.com/news/44167/pompous-little-twit-greenpace-co-founder-unloads-ryan-saavedra

I also saw Governor Cuomo is trying to undo her sabatoging of the Amazon deal.

 

 

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26 minutes ago, SC_RNDude said:

Not so from co-founder of Greenpiece.

https://www.dailywire.com/news/44167/pompous-little-twit-greenpace-co-founder-unloads-ryan-saavedra

I also saw Governor Cuomo is trying to undo her sabatoging of the Amazon deal.

 

 

You might want to read my post again because I was talking about her getting good reviews for her performance in the Cohen hearings specifically and you're changing the subject to Greenpeace and the Amazon deal, so no need to put me in quotes.  Just sayin'

I will say that her Tweet:  Until then, we’re in charge - and you’re just shouting from the cheap seats." was deserving of the "pompous little twit" comment.  She is very full of herself.

I appreciate Mr. Moore's commitment to the environment and hopefully he walks and the walk and isn't all talk.  Of course in Canada it's easy to say "open the window and not use air conditioning".  But I live in Florida.  Be realistic man.

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Patrick Moore, the co-founder of Greenpeace, slammed socialist Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) on Saturday for being a hypocrite over living a lifestyle that does not align with her extremist views on climate change.

This seems so tired to me. 

She is definitely a focus of a laughable amount of conservative angst and animosity. So far, I've been impressed that she remains relatively composed with no Kavanaugh moments. 

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11 minutes ago, toomuchbaloney said:
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This seems so tired to me. 

She is definitely a focus of a laughable amount of conservative angst and animosity. So far, I've been impressed that she remains relatively composed with no Kavanaugh moments. 

I never would have guessed the co-founder of Greenpeace is a conservative.

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48 minutes ago, Tweety said:

You might want to read my post again because I was talking about her getting good reviews for her performance in the Cohen hearings specifically and you're changing the subject to Greenpeace and the Amazon deal, so no need to put me in quotes.  Just sayin'

I will say that her Tweet:  Until then, we’re in charge - and you’re just shouting from the cheap seats." was deserving of the "pompous little twit" comment.  She is very full of herself.

I appreciate Mr. Moore's commitment to the environment and hopefully he walks and the walk and isn't all talk.  Of course in Canada it's easy to say "open the window and not use air conditioning".  But I live in Florida.  Be realistic man.

The world is ending in 10-12 years unless we make drastic changes, including you folks in Florida.

Unless Of course, you’re giving up and just wish to be comfortable these last 10 years.  I’ll be with you on that!

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38 minutes ago, SC_RNDude said:

The world is ending in 10-12 years unless we make drastic changes, including you folks in Florida.

Unless Of course, you’re giving up and just wish to be comfortable these last 10 years.  I’ll be with you on that!

I'll probably be underwater before I die as I'm only 11 feet above sea level as it is.  

My new air conditioner is much more energy efficient than the prior one built in 1996, and I would have done that anyway to save on power bills, but also regulations are in place as to the type of air conditioner I could get.   But with "feels like temps" of 110 sometimes with this dreadful humidity I run it.  I ran it today actually.   Not moving up north either.

Still with the rollbacks in environmental regulations and climate change denying going on, I actually am on the verge of giving up hope for our future.  It's really getting to the point where it's going to be too late.

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43 minutes ago, SC_RNDude said:

I never would have guessed the co-founder of Greenpeace is a conservative.

I have no idea, my comment was not specific to him. AOC is a focus of conservative angst and anxiety AEB the frequency she is mentioned by conservatives.  It's kinda creepy. 

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8 minutes ago, Tweety said:

I'll probably be underwater before I die as I'm only 11 feet above sea level as it is.  

My new air conditioner is much more energy efficient than the prior one built in 1996, and I would have done that anyway to save on power bills, but also regulations are in place as to the type of air conditioner I could get.   But with "feels like temps" of 110 sometimes with this dreadful humidity I run it.  I ran it today actually.   Not moving up north either.

Still with the rollbacks in environmental regulations and climate change denying going on, I actually am on the verge of giving up hope for our future.  It's really getting to the point where it's going to be too late.

It really is shocking and disheartening sometimes to wrap my head around how intentionally harmful the environmental policy of this administration is. 

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44 minutes ago, toomuchbaloney said:

I have no idea, my comment was not specific to him. AOC is a focus of conservative angst and anxiety AEB the frequency she is mentioned by conservatives.  It's kinda creepy. 

Today’s dialogue here about her was started by one of our liberal posters sharing a link from the NYT that was critiquing her performance at the Cohen hearing.  Then I mentioned a story about the Greenpeace guy upset with her.  

Where is the conservative angst?  It seems Democrats and liberals are keeping her in the spotlight as much as anyone.

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50 minutes ago, SC_RNDude said:

Today’s dialogue here about her was started by one of our liberal posters sharing a link from the NYT that was critiquing her performance at the Cohen hearing.  Then I mentioned a story about the Greenpeace guy upset with her.  

Where is the conservative angst?  It seems Democrats and liberals are keeping her in the spotlight as much as anyone.

Do you take every comment about conservatives personally? Is there some disagreement about the attention she gets from conservatives in the general political conversation if the country?  Would you consider that a measure of the liberal discussion is provoked by ridiculous attempts to paint her in some negative way? 

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6 hours ago, toomuchbaloney said:

Do you take every comment about conservatives personally? Is there some disagreement about the attention she gets from conservatives in the general political conversation if the country?  Would you consider that a measure of the liberal discussion is provoked by ridiculous attempts to paint her in some negative way? 

You definitely are correct here, conservatives revile her and many Democrats, especially young, minority and particular women have elevated her to a status unlike anyone I've seen lately.  That she's come up with the Green Deal fresh out of the box when she was a bartender just a year ago is telling.  

I'm not afraid of her bold new ideas, but also would like some discussion and consideration from Democrats that know how the system works and what is reasonable and doable.   She's getting a bit too much attention and like I said does seem full of herself.   However, I also see confidence and hard work.  I've said before, it takes some self-confidence and arrogance to be a politician.  

 https://www.rollingstone.com/politics/politics-features/alexandria-ocasio-cortez-congress-interview-797214/

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