Chris Hadlock

Chris Hadlock 1 week, 4 days ago on Ron Roundtree: Campaign ad includes quote from non-supporter

Dan, that might very well be, but running the same choices again tends to result in the same results. I am not all that enamored with DMB necessarily, but I fail to understand how the Republicans think it will somehow be different.

What has really changed in the electorate to produce a different result? I know there are hard core voters behind each of these candidates. The real question is how many people do you think have changed their minds when asked to make the same choice again?

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Chris Hadlock 2 weeks ago on Celebrating 50 years of the Wilderness Act

Well Mark, we will just add that to the list of things that you are wrong about. Have a nice day.

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Chris Hadlock 2 weeks ago on Celebrating 50 years of the Wilderness Act

MIxing Apples and Oranges there Eric. We could have saved 5 Trillion by staying out of Iraq. We lose over a trillion a year to off shore tax havens and another trillion to corporate inversion. How about another 500 Billion to Oil and Gas subsidies?

When you get right down to it, the money spent on Wilderness areas is trivial when compared to Defense, Social, Policing, darn near everything.....

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Chris Hadlock 2 weeks ago on Celebrating 50 years of the Wilderness Act

You have to remember that Mark does not think the Gov't can do ANYTHING that is good or worthwhile. Every single thing the GOV'T does or accomplishes is wasted effort or useless right Mark?

When confronted with uncomfortable FACTS he reverts to the standard of GOV'T sucks and cannot do anything right. That is his basic answer for anything and everything so it is not at all surprising that he cannot support saving the wild places in America and sees no value for any resource that is not spoiled, dug up or burned.

IMO, saving pieces of the wilderness in perpetuity is a valuable goal so that all of us can enjoy the natural environment and spectacular vistas.. These beautiful places belong to all Americans and we should not let people like Mark Hartless ruin them.

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Chris Hadlock 2 weeks, 1 day ago on Celebrating 50 years of the Wilderness Act

Mark is of course absolutely wrong once again. The wilderness act has helped preserve so many of the wild features that belong to all of us. Tell us Mark, how well would private industry have protected these area. McDonalds on both sides of the Devils Causeway?

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Chris Hadlock 3 weeks, 6 days ago on Fundraising totals lopsided in local county commissioner and state House races

Actually, I think this article speaks more to the overwhelming advantage that incumbents have in the fundraising process, and why it is so difficult to remove them from office. Not at all sure that it has really anything to do with Right Vs. Left, corruption, or the trough that Joe Meglan refuses to explain. Where exactly is that Trough Joe, and how do you know about it?

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