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Sunday, 20 February 2011


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matthew richard

great example of how money corrupts our political process. how much does it cost to deceive the public? how much does it cost to create a bogus narrative that says that biomass is "clean, green, and cheap?" and that this toxic mess is an economic boon for Lowndes County?

well, here's a down payment of $17,000. undoubtedly, there's a heck of a lot more money changing hands . . . thanks for this post . . .


And don't forget over $6,000 to Dr. Christopher Teaf, the "health expert."

That man never met a chemical he wouldn't endorse, or a polluting industry he wouldn't shill.

Leigh Touchton

I sat in front of Brad Lofton at WACE's public forum. When Joy Ezell, former Sierra Club Conservation Chair of Florida, talked about the vast number of exposes that a reporter named Hauserman has done on Dr. Christopher Teaf, I overheard Mr. Lofton say "I didn't know that."

Mr. Lofton is paid a six-figure salary but couldn't take time to research Dr. Teaf's scientific credibility? I spent ten minutes on the internet researching Dr. Teaf's endorsements and he's been thoroughly discredited as a reputable scientist, particularly his outrageous endorsement of arsenic-treated wood for playground equipment. But that doesn't stop biomass corporations from bringing him to endorse their polluting industry: he's come to Valdosta twice, he's been paid to go to Gainesville, and who knows how many other cities to promote biomass boondoggles.

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