Jerry Brown Breaks Out His Rake

Looks like President Trump was right again.

Gov. Jerry Brown proposes easing logging rules to thin forests – Santa Cruz Sentinel

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21 Responses to Jerry Brown Breaks Out His Rake

  1. arn says:

    Thinning forests and using the surplus of energy that gets accumulated in the woodd by surpression of wildfires etc
    and using it for heating would do the environment a greater favor than building windmills.

  2. Robertv says:

    Can’t Jerry Brown be accused of crime against people’s safety? He killed more people than any mass shooting incident.

    • Johansen says:

      No Robertv, you killed them by driving your Ford Excursion.

      Seriously though, California is a one-party state, so no one will be held accountable for the fire, OR for California’s growing $400 Billion debt, or for the school system which ranks below Mississippi’s, or for the $500,000 school Superintendent salaries, or for the drugs and human trafficking on the porous border, or the kickbacks and racketeering in the Statehouse, and so on. Sorry for the bad news…

  3. Psalmon says:

    Perhaps by thinning forests we will also have enough pulp to make all the paper straws necessary to replace plastic ones.

  4. Bill says:

    Here’s another story of Climate Change remediation planning gone horribly wrong:

    https://www.nytimes.com/2018/11/20/magazine/palm-oil-borneo-climate-catastrophe.html

    • Colorado Wellington says:

      Progressives are the best and brightest among us. They are rational, spiritual, generous, compassionate, loving and just. They “seek a world in which all of life is shaped by peace, justice, environmental stewardship, love, care for one another, care for the earth, generosity, compassion, respect for diversity and differences, and celebration of the miraculous universe”.

      Why is it that their projects lead to disasters, again and again?

      • Sharpshooter says:

        “They are rational, spiritual, ”
        See: superstition
        Sorry, guy; that’s a contradiction in terms.

        • Colorado Wellington says:

          Sorry, Sharpshooter, you just don’t understand. Nobody says they are all these things simultaneously and all the time. Did you not notice how easy it is for them to turn off reason when it gets in the way of bullshit and on again when needed?

          At least you do not question how nice, loving and compassionate they are.

      • ChrisC says:

        You left out “total subservience to the State” ;-)

        • Colorado Wellington says:

          That’s not true. Spiritual Progressives don’t want to be subservient to the State. They want to run it and have you and me be subservient to their State. ?

  5. rah says:

    So the POTUS and so many others were wrong about California environmental policies being to a large extent to blame for the terrible fires there the last few years. And yet the Governor who denied those policies were to blame institutes part of what his critics called for to help prevent such devastating fires.

    • Former95B says:

      “So the POTUS and so many others were wrong about California environmental policies being to a large extent to blame for the terrible fires there the last few years. ”

      Excuse me?
      Huh?

  6. Dave N says:

    Of course now the Greens will be out in force claiming *he* is destroying the planet

  7. Jeffk says:

    The California fires were caused by power lines sparking too close to trees — power from hydroelectric and nuclear (non-CO2) sources!

  8. Spurwing Plover says:

    Some idiots are blaming PG&E for the fires protesting carrying stupid signs with stupid slogans on them but we had a chance to have prevented this but Moonbeam vetoed the bill just like any of the Dumb Jackass Party who is in the pockets of the Greens so i say lets start putting the Eco-Wackos on the fires let them learn some resposibility

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