Or, welcome to my low-maintenance heck.
Seriously, this trendy
fad—which, I might add, isn't backed by an ounce
of credible science—can't come to an end soon enough
"It's not just the economic downturn that has harmed the green order. People have become wary of environmental causes that can turn out to do more harm than good. They don't want wind turbines marching across Britain's moors when nuclear power stations can do more to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. They worry that washing and bleaching all those non-disposable nappies may be damaging the ozone layer, that the massive incentives for biofuels have distorted the world food market, and that green taxes are actually stealth taxes."
"Green" living is so utterly
impractical that even Mr. Inconvenient Truth himself
can't seem to hack it
Isn't any wonder that everyone else
is starting to notice?
Incidentally, the rabid left crucified Jimmy Swaggart for such hypocrisy, and we on the right made no excuses on his behalf at the time. You've just got
to love how "different" things are now that our roles are reversed.