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Tuesday, April 12, 2005
UH Daily Cougar Columnist Sarah Morgan 'Ever the Environmental Scaremonger' (Loves to use asparagus ladened toilet water for her fragrance)
In her tripe today "EPA sewage blending is a putrid mix," Morgan baits the weak minded UH student with the EPA, and its proposal to approve Secondary Sewage Bypass only during extreme wet weather events, of which the super-super-majority would dissipate in the heavy runoff of water. Morgan would have you believe that if the "new Environmental Protection Agency proposal is approved, our lakes, rivers and coastal waters could contain inadequately treated sewage."
Morgan, instead of using Oscar's Eau de Toilette for women uses asparagus ladened toilet water as her fragrance from one of the women's bathrooms at PGH, believes that the EPA is dropping a load on the Clean Water Act and is "flushing it down the toilet." So if you smell Sarah on campus, just hold your nose and walk quickly past her.
Morgan is so bent to the left that she believes that sewage treatment facilities would release all their contents, "which would end up in drinking water supplies and recreational waters." She then goes to play the economist theorizing that "we thought it was silly to spend a dollar for a bottle of water." And of course, the French blood coursing through Morgan's veins had to mention "at least with Evian, we know the urine has been filtered out." But Evian water has never seen humans, since it is spring fed from a mountain aquifer. Now if Morgan would have mentioned Houston's "Superior Water" experiment from years ago, in which the city would have taken water straight from the "superior" and urine ladened Houston city tap and pumped it into bottles, I might have bought her tripe about the urine.
Morgan is adamant that "partially treated water could make people and aquatic life sick and could cause more beach closings." Wow, I wonder how the people of London survived before the plague with the sewage filled Thames, and that dumping was blatant in the early 1660s.
Morgan, ever the environmental scaremonger, spreads fear that this EPA rule change will affect "tourism and fishing economies, especially in coastal areas." Oh know, run for the hills!
Morgan, whose writing is junglesk and reminds me of Upton Sinclair, runs to the left leaning Grist Magazine and EnviroCitizen for her environmental news which spins their news to make it pallitable to their liberal readers. Sarah's description of "skipped treatment" steps that would not filter out the infectious disease is appalling, and the realization that "pathogens found in sewage-contaminated waters can cause gastrointestinal and respiratory illnesses, dysentery and hepatitis." My God Sarah (apologies to the liberals), have you looked in your milk bottle lately? Have you cleaned your bathroom or changed your air filter? Do you have mold in your house? I'm just not buying your tripe.
Morgan, who worries about "mushy toilet paper mixing with the floating islands of seaweed" is afraid to swim off the beach is Galveston. Your pooh could inadvertently be touching her skin when she swims in the Gulf. Of course with Morgan, "most of us have enough of an issue swimming in the questionable Galveston waters." Wow, she really cares.
Morgan proudly hails proposed legislation for the environmentalist, "the Save our Waters from Sewage Act, HR 1126," proposed by some socialist congressman from Michigan. Her inference that Americans would be drinking untreated tap water is ridiculous and the fear she is spreading is unfounded. Morgan literally believes that the EPA is not in favor of "more protection for our nation's drinking water, not more protection for the profits of the treatment plants."
Yes Sarah, the proposal that you submitted today, the "tripe" that I fondly call it. Like you with your love of toilet water "this proposal stinks."
Using the analogy of "if liberals hate it, its good for America" I'm not to concerned about the EPA proposed rule changed and the fear that Chicken Little is spreading. Wouldn't you think that those sewer operators and their families drink from the same water sources as liberals do.
Screw the libs!
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