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Report: EPA Heavily Pressured into Bias by Bush Administration

Science is science...right? EcoGeeks should be allowed to perform their duties to {digg}http://digg.com/environment/Report_EPA_Heavily_Pressured_into_Bias_by_Bush_Admin{/digg}the best of fast propecia their abilities. Even if they happen to work for a government that doesn't particularly love truth, they shouldn't feel any obligation to alter their studies or misrepresent their data. That's just not SCIENCE!

Well, throw away those notions, folks...the Union of Concerned Scientists just conducted a report in which they surveyed 1,586 people working for the order 5mg cialis cheap online EPA, and they found the following:

  1. 889 report that they have personally experienced political pressure in the course of performing their duties.
  2. 400 said that they had observed EPA administrators, appointed staff, and higher-ups misrepresenting their findings
  3. 285 said that they had observed incomplete or biased information used to order viagra without prescription justify policies and tramadol contains management decisions.

OK...I would like to provide you with intelligent analysis of this situation, but I'm gonna have to take some time to calm down first.

Our brothers at EnviroWonk have this to say:

The report points to the White House Office of Management and Budget as one of the worst offenders, demonstrating where most of this pressure is coming from. While this is i use it buy viagra online australia not terribly surprising, it does attest to the depth of very good site viagra 50mg the problems at the EPA under the Bush Administration, and to recommended site levitra fast delivery the frustration and low morale of an agency being tugged in two diametrically opposed directions.

Now, this was a questionnaire sent to 5,419 EPA staffers who voluntarily responded. It could be that those who had experienced political interference were most inclined to complain about it and return the bying viagra online cheap us survey. However, we EnviroWonks are everywhere, including at the EPA. The current and/or previous first-hand experiences of our brethren do nothing to disprove these allegations.

Somewhat mysterious...but telling.

What do viagra original pfizer order we do when the major body controlling environmental law is so very easy to manipulate...not just into relaxing regulations, but into manipulating data. This is the stone and steel that we are supposed to be building the safety of our country upon. If it can bend so easily, I simply cannot see its strength.

Via UoCS and EnviroWonk

 

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just another crime to mexican rx cialis low price list..
written by peter, April 27, 2008
the list is so long now it's hard to know where to start. i get outraged too and try to share it with my family, and they don't even have patience to listen to me anymore... claiming i always emphasize on the negative (?). but gah, all of these things HAVE TO be brought up and talked about, since these people are above the law.

i mean, if they were only greedy, but their actions have more implications than that, for the environment, and people DIE (in war, the third world, and in this country too). see, here i go again ranting. it makes me so mad.

thanks for bringing this to the table, and keep'em coming, and i'll keep sharing them
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written by Bob Wallace, April 27, 2008
A few months back I had a minor health issue and buy viagra online usa went to the FDA site to nassmc.org check on a possible medication - side effects sorts of stuff.

I read what they had to say and then cross checked with a couple other sites such as the Mayo Clinic.

While I found no difference between the http://www.deboerderijhuizen.nl/viagra-canda sites, I came away a bit sad that I wasn't comfortable taking the word of our government scientists.

Looking forward to a better government in 2008.

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written by Bob Wallace, April 27, 2008
A few months back I had a minor health issue and went to the FDA site to check on a possible medication - side effects sorts of stuff.

I read what they had to say and then cross checked with a couple other sites such as the Mayo Clinic.

While I found no difference between the sites, I came away a bit sad that I wasn't comfortable taking the word of our government scientists.

Looking forward to a better government in 2008.

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written by Anonymous, April 27, 2008
Wasn't it the Union of Concerned Scientist that voted to revoke Pluto's status as a planet?

Somehow, they have little credibility left with me. This report may be correct, which would be sad, but the source is rather dubious.
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So angry I can only laugh
written by Brian, May 01, 2008
I think that for an administration to respect the earth, they must first aknowledge that the earth is older than 5000 years. And we must first have a president that recognizes global warming and even the foundations of generic viagra mexico science. How do we begin to breif the president on such issues the only best offers cheap 25mg cialis EPA fights for when he believes the dear lord jesus has the power to fly back to earth and re-freeze the ice caps. When you have a government agency such as the EPA, fighting for the very things this administration has caused, (burning of fossil fuels) they are treated like the bastard child.

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