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Granola Hell Raisers

The Lexus lefties of the Sierra Club made it clear in their Tuesday “Insider” newsletter, for those paying attention, that this upscale Earth-worship cult is not just a bunch of sweet people concerned with clean air and water.

Sierra declared the People’s Climate March last Sunday — in which more than 400,000 people with time on their hands created a huge carbon and garbage footprint in Manhattan (New York, not Kansas) in the name of getting America to reduce its carbon footprint — a great success. The Sierra newsletter described the motley of demonstrators in this way: “Everyday citizens” who “joined with religious, tribal, labor, youth, and civil rights activists.” In other words, absent the “everyday citizens,” the usual leftist, anti-capitalist, anti-American hell-raisers.

My guess is “everyday citizens” were a mere garnish on the large pack of Friends of Saul (Alinsky that is). Time to call Sierra, along with the rest of Big Environment, what it is, just another left-wing lobbying cohort, not unlike “[left] religious, tribal, youth, laor, and civil rights activists.”

When the latest outrageous demand from Sierra, or one of the other extravagantly funded enviro groups, comes up, we can rely on someone to say, “Well, they’re well intentioned.”

Really? With this lax standard for good intentions, Lenin could have been chosen Miss Congeniality for 1917.

Larry Thornberry
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Larry Thornberry is a writer in Tampa.
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