Sunday, January 29, 2006

Is Anyone Surprised? No? Then Why Are We Just Nodding About It?

How many more people are going to have to speak up about how our current government has tried to silence them from telling the truth that will hurt their already full pocketbooks before Americans organize to put an end to things like this? I mean, we're only talking about the future of our world's environment. Nothing *too* important, right?


Blogger Maureen McHugh said...

For what it's worth, I know some people who work at NASA and they screen everything. Because NASA is a government agency, there are strict regulations about supporting political positions. The idea is that people should not use their position in a government job to support a political candidate or political stand.

It's just bad (and absurd) when science becomes a political stand.

3:15 PM  
Blogger Christopher Barzak said...

I understand things being screened so that they don't become a political stand in support of a particular person or whatnot, but I do grow tired of the silencing of information from the public in general.

Not that anyone shouldn't be able to figure out the environment is shot anyway, but you know, in general. ;-)

5:09 PM  

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