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John Reece
05-31-2014, 09:03 AM
THE MOST EPICALLY HYPOCRITICAL DEMOCRATIC PARTY SMEAR EVER! THIS IS ONE FOR THE RECORD BOOKS (http://www.powerlineblog.com/archives/2014/05/the-most-epically-hypocritical-democratic-party-smear-ever-this-is-one-for-the-record-books.php)

A long post, made long by many multiple picture windows, so do not mistake any of them as being the end of this interesting article.

The hypocrisy has to do with an attack against the Koch brothers; the article really is fascinating.

CMD
05-31-2014, 09:12 AM
Politics as usual.

rogue06
05-31-2014, 09:15 AM
Politics as usual.
In Civics? I'm shocked. Shocked I say.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SjbPi00k_ME&feature=kp

JimL
05-31-2014, 11:31 AM
THE MOST EPICALLY HYPOCRITICAL DEMOCRATIC PARTY SMEAR EVER! THIS IS ONE FOR THE RECORD BOOKS (http://www.powerlineblog.com/archives/2014/05/the-most-epically-hypocritical-democratic-party-smear-ever-this-is-one-for-the-record-books.php)

A long post, made long by many multiple picture windows, so do not mistake any of them as being the end of this interesting article.

The hypocrisy has to do with an attack against the Koch brothers; the article really is fascinating.
First off, consider the source. I'm sure the Koch Bro's paid these lawyers handsomely for the spin job. Second the partnership with Green/Mark was initiated by Andrew to promote "Project Green Fleet" and its initiative to reduce carbon emmisions which Flint Hills Resources refused to sign on to. Now why do you think Flint Hills Resourses would turn that opportunity down? Use your head!

CMD
05-31-2014, 01:07 PM
First off, consider the source. I'm sure the Koch Bro's paid these lawyers handsomely for the spin job. Second the partnership with Green/Mark was initiated by Andrew to promote "Project Green Fleet" and its initiative to reduce carbon emmisions which Flint Hills Resources refused to sign on to. Now why do you think Flint Hills Resourses would turn that opportunity down? Use your head!

http://www.quickmeme.com/img/86/860546ec816052ae17827d96d3c9690455ec88b8c267066204 eb91034f6123ca.jpg

Cow Poke
05-31-2014, 01:16 PM
First off, consider the source. I'm sure the Koch Bro's paid these lawyers handsomely for the spin job. Second the partnership with Green/Mark was initiated by Andrew to promote "Project Green Fleet" and its initiative to reduce carbon emmisions which Flint Hills Resources refused to sign on to. Now why do you think Flint Hills Resourses would turn that opportunity down? Use your head!

Hi, Jim! Welcome back.

Congratulations on a very well written post! You only spelled "Resourses" and "emmisions" incorrectly, but otherwise, not bad!

Your buddy,

CP

Cow Poke
05-31-2014, 01:31 PM
First off, consider the source. I'm sure the Koch Bro's paid these lawyers handsomely for the spin job. Second the partnership with Green/Mark was initiated by Andrew to promote "Project Green Fleet" and its initiative to reduce carbon emmisions which Flint Hills Resources refused to sign on to. Now why do you think Flint Hills Resourses would turn that opportunity down? Use your head!

Dear Jim,

Did you actually read the article? Here's one of the factors that makes this "epic hypocrisy".

What makes Andrew’s article the most epically hypocritical smear of all time is that in 2009, Andrew not only recognized Flint Hills’ environmental excellence, he made a business proposal to partner with Flint Hills to advertise and promote the company’s stellar environmental record!

So, on one hand this Andrew feller is attacking the environmental footprint of Flint Hills, after first making a business proposal to partner with them and extolled their virtues.

Now, unless things at Flint Hills have gone to Heck in a Hand Basket, to what would you attribute this "mixed message" by this Andrew feller?

Your buddy,

CP

JimL
06-01-2014, 08:29 AM
Dear Jim,

Did you actually read the article? Here's one of the factors that makes this "epic hypocrisy".

What makes Andrew’s article the most epically hypocritical smear of all time is that in 2009, Andrew not only recognized Flint Hills’ environmental excellence, he made a business proposal to partner with Flint Hills to advertise and promote the company’s stellar environmental record!

So, on one hand this Andrew feller is attacking the environmental footprint of Flint Hills, after first making a business proposal to partner with them and extolled their virtues.

Now, unless things at Flint Hills have gone to Heck in a Hand Basket, to what would you attribute this "mixed message" by this Andrew feller?

Your buddy,

CP
The partnership would give Flint Hills a platform with which to extoll their virtues, such as the economic benefits as well as their commitments and efforts to protect the enviroment. It said nothing about their past environmental excellence, and its obviously a past which they don't want to be obligated to change or to be scrutinized on through a public forum. Thats the spin of the professional spinners. It is not hypocrisy to try and partnership with an organization that provides obvious economic benefits to a community while trying to get them to comply with environmental standards as well, and giving them a platform in which to extoll those efforts publicly.

Cow Poke
06-01-2014, 11:19 AM
The partnership would give Flint Hills a platform with which to extoll their virtues, such as the economic benefits as well as their commitments and efforts to protect the enviroment. It said nothing about their past environmental excellence, and its obviously a past which they don't want to be obligated to change or to be scrutinized on through a public forum. Thats the spin of the professional spinners. It is not hypocrisy to try and partnership with an organization that provides obvious economic benefits to a community while trying to get them to comply with environmental standards as well, and giving them a platform in which to extoll those efforts publicly.

Wow... talk about SPIN! :glare:

Epoetker
06-01-2014, 10:10 PM
Given the volume, this is less an epic than a short story of hypocrisy, maybe a three-act play if we're being generous, since it fits the pattern so well.

If you want hypocrisy sonnets, you'll need true masters of the art, like Hillary Clinton.