Patagonia CEO: This Is Why We're Suing President Trump

  • metta

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    Dec 07, 2017 6:04 AM GMT
    Patagonia CEO: This Is Why We're Suing President Trump

    http://time.com/5052617/patagonia-ceo-suing-donald-trump/
  • jlars12

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    Dec 07, 2017 6:36 AM GMT
    It's funny how conservatives always talk about "state rights" only when they're trying to prolong segregation or some other awful thing
  • NealJohn

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    Dec 07, 2017 12:40 PM GMT
    Waste of tax dollars on a no-chance win suit. But what does the CEO care? No a damn
  • outdoorsmuscl...

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    Dec 07, 2017 1:10 PM GMT
    Scum Trump the #illegitimatepotus, lying piece of shit does not care about states rights. He is in the pocket of oil and mining business.
    He views the environment as dispensable ... if he can make a dollar why save it for anything else?
    The antithesis of Theodore Roosevelt’s vision.
    As president, Roosevelt created five national parks (doubling the previously existing number); signed the landmark Antiquities Act and used its special provisions to unilaterally create 18 national monuments, including the Grand Canyon; set aside 51 federal bird sanctuaries, four national game refuges, and more than 100 million acres' worth of national forests.

    There are more National Park Service units dedicated to Roosevelt's life and memory than any other American, including Theodore Roosevelt National Park in the Badlands of North Dakota, where he shot his first buffalo and set up a ranch.

    Roosevelt's conservation spirit continued that with a bipartisan succession of presidents added to what is now a total of 170 national monuments, ranging from the Mariana Trench in the Pacific to the Statue of Liberty in New York Harbor. Even a huge marine sanctuary established by President George W. Bush, and added to by Mr. Obama, has been targeted for review. Trump serves only commercial interests and to a belief among some in the West that the public lands belong not to the American people but to them. That would be a tragic retreat from the Roosevelt vision.

    https://www.nytimes.com/2017/11/06/opinion/trump-attacks-teddy-roosevelts-grand-legacy.html

    NealJohn saidWaste of tax dollars on a no-chance win suit. But what does the CEO care? No a damn
  • roadbikeRob

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    Dec 07, 2017 2:12 PM GMT
    outdoorsmuscleguy saidScum Trump the #illegitimatepotus, lying piece of shit does not care about states rights. He is in the pocket of oil and mining business.
    He views the environment as dispensable ... if he can make a dollar why save it for anything else?
    The antithesis of Theodore Roosevelt’s vision.
    As president, Roosevelt created five national parks (doubling the previously existing number); signed the landmark Antiquities Act and used its special provisions to unilaterally create 18 national monuments, including the Grand Canyon; set aside 51 federal bird sanctuaries, four national game refuges, and more than 100 million acres' worth of national forests.

    There are more National Park Service units dedicated to Roosevelt's life and memory than any other American, including Theodore Roosevelt National Park in the Badlands of North Dakota, where he shot his first buffalo and set up a ranch.

    Roosevelt's conservation spirit continued that with a bipartisan succession of presidents added to what is now a total of 170 national monuments, ranging from the Mariana Trench in the Pacific to the Statue of Liberty in New York Harbor. Even a huge marine sanctuary established by President George W. Bush, and added to by Mr. Obama, has been targeted for review. Trump serves only commercial interests and to a belief among some in the West that the public lands belong not to the American people but to them[/b]. That would be a tragic retreat from the Roosevelt vision.

    https://www.nytimes.com/2017/11/06/opinion/trump-attacks-teddy-roosevelts-grand-legacy.html

    NealJohn saidWaste of tax dollars on a no-chance win suit. But what does the CEO care? No a damn
    Oh will you shut up you fucking retard! You are the most unAmerican repugnant piece of shit on Realjock. Do everyone a long overdue favor by taking a flying leap off of the Tappan Zee Bridge. This great country will be a far better and saner place without you flapping your jaws in the breeze with all your childish and treasonous anti President Trump tirades.
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    Dec 07, 2017 3:43 PM GMT
    To defend our business. Patagonia’s business relies directly on public lands, like Indian Creek in Bears Ears, which hosts world-class climbing. Powered by national monuments, national parks and other special public lands that draw millions of visitors a year, outdoor recreation is America’s fourth-largest industry — driving $887 billion in annual consumer spending and 7.6 million jobs, according to the Outdoor Industry Association.


    outdoorsmuscleguy saidScum Trump the #illegitimatepotus, lying piece of shit does not care about states rights. He is in the pocket of oil and mining business.
    He views the environment as dispensable ... if he can make a dollar why save it for anything else?
    The antithesis of Theodore Roosevelt’s vision.
    As president, Roosevelt created five national parks (doubling the previously existing number); signed the landmark Antiquities Act and used its special provisions to unilaterally create 18 national monuments, including the Grand Canyon; set aside 51 federal bird sanctuaries, four national game refuges, and more than 100 million acres' worth of national forests.

    There are more National Park Service units dedicated to Roosevelt's life and memory than any other American, including Theodore Roosevelt National Park in the Badlands of North Dakota, where he shot his first buffalo and set up a ranch.

    Roosevelt's conservation spirit continued that with a bipartisan succession of presidents added to what is now a total of 170 national monuments, ranging from the Mariana Trench in the Pacific to the Statue of Liberty in New York Harbor. Even a huge marine sanctuary established by President George W. Bush, and added to by Mr. Obama, has been targeted for review. Trump serves only commercial interests and to a belief among some in the West that the public lands belong not to the American people but to them[/b]. That would be a tragic retreat from the Roosevelt vision.

    https://www.nytimes.com/2017/11/06/opinion/trump-attacks-teddy-roosevelts-grand-legacy.html

    NealJohn saidWaste of tax dollars on a no-chance win suit. But what does the CEO care? No a damn


    Hopefully, we will not see a golf course on the lands Trump is trying to free up.
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    Dec 07, 2017 3:57 PM GMT
    jlars12 saidIt's funny how conservatives always talk about "state rights" only when they're trying to prolong segregation or some other awful thing


    Mostly people just like to be left alone without any meddling from an over reaching government.
    The suit will go nowhere.
  • outdoorsmuscl...

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    Dec 08, 2017 1:58 AM GMT
    roadbikeRob said
    outdoorsmuscleguy saidScum Trump the #illegitimatepotus, lying piece of shit does not care about states rights. He is in the pocket of oil and mining business.
    He views the environment as dispensable ... if he can make a dollar why save it for anything else?
    The antithesis of Theodore Roosevelt’s vision.
    As president, Roosevelt created five national parks (doubling the previously existing number); signed the landmark Antiquities Act and used its special provisions to unilaterally create 18 national monuments, including the Grand Canyon; set aside 51 federal bird sanctuaries, four national game refuges, and more than 100 million acres' worth of national forests.

    There are more National Park Service units dedicated to Roosevelt's life and memory than any other American, including Theodore Roosevelt National Park in the Badlands of North Dakota, where he shot his first buffalo and set up a ranch.

    Roosevelt's conservation spirit continued that with a bipartisan succession of presidents added to what is now a total of 170 national monuments, ranging from the Mariana Trench in the Pacific to the Statue of Liberty in New York Harbor. Even a huge marine sanctuary established by President George W. Bush, and added to by Mr. Obama, has been targeted for review. Trump serves only commercial interests and to a belief among some in the West that the public lands belong not to the American people but to them. That would be a tragic retreat from the Roosevelt vision.

    https://www.nytimes.com/2017/11/06/opinion/trump-attacks-teddy-roosevelts-grand-legacy.html

    NealJohn saidWaste of tax dollars on a no-chance win suit. But what does the CEO care? No a damn
    Oh will you shut up you fucking retard! You are the most unAmerican repugnant piece of shit on Realjock. Do everyone a long overdue favor by taking a flying leap off of the Tappan Zee Bridge. This great country will be a far better and saner place without you flapping your jaws in the breeze with all your childish and treasonous anti President Trump tirades.
  • outdoorsmuscl...

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    Dec 08, 2017 2:09 AM GMT
    The Country will be a better place if Trump suddenly has a heart attack.

    Make Our Planet Great Again
    Trump Dies from Heart Attack

    too much fast food
    fabricated medical records

    trumpdead.jpg
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    roadbikeRob said
    outdoorsmuscleguy saidScum Trump the #illegitimatepotus, lying piece of shit does not care about states rights. He is in the pocket of oil and mining business.
    He views the environment as dispensable ... if he can make a dollar why save it for anything else?
    The antithesis of Theodore Roosevelt’s vision.
    As president, Roosevelt created five national parks (doubling the previously existing number); signed the landmark Antiquities Act and used its special provisions to unilaterally create 18 national monuments, including the Grand Canyon; set aside 51 federal bird sanctuaries, four national game refuges, and more than 100 million acres' worth of national forests.

    There are more National Park Service units dedicated to Roosevelt's life and memory than any other American, including Theodore Roosevelt National Park in the Badlands of North Dakota, where he shot his first buffalo and set up a ranch.

    Roosevelt's conservation spirit continued that with a bipartisan succession of presidents added to what is now a total of 170 national monuments, ranging from the Mariana Trench in the Pacific to the Statue of Liberty in New York Harbor. Even a huge marine sanctuary established by President George W. Bush, and added to by Mr. Obama, has been targeted for review. Trump serves only commercial interests and to a belief among some in the West that the public lands belong not to the American people but to them. That would be a tragic retreat from the Roosevelt vision.

    https://www.nytimes.com/2017/11/06/opinion/trump-attacks-teddy-roosevelts-grand-legacy.html

    NealJohn saidWaste of tax dollars on a no-chance win suit. But what does the CEO care? No a damn
    Oh will you shut up you fucking retard! You are the most unAmerican repugnant piece of shit on Realjock. Do everyone a long overdue favor by taking a flying leap off of the Tappan Zee Bridge. This great country will be a far better and saner place without you flapping your jaws in the breeze with all your childish and treasonous anti President Trump tirades.
  • outdoorsmuscl...

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    Dec 08, 2017 2:10 AM GMT
    ChartsAndMapAstrologer saidTo defend our business. Patagonia’s business relies directly on public lands, like Indian Creek in Bears Ears, which hosts world-class climbing. Powered by national monuments, national parks and other special public lands that draw millions of visitors a year, outdoor recreation is America’s fourth-largest industry — driving $887 billion in annual consumer spending and 7.6 million jobs, according to the Outdoor Industry Association.


    outdoorsmuscleguy saidScum Trump the #illegitimatepotus, lying piece of shit does not care about states rights. He is in the pocket of oil and mining business.
    He views the environment as dispensable ... if he can make a dollar why save it for anything else?
    The antithesis of Theodore Roosevelt’s vision.
    As president, Roosevelt created five national parks (doubling the previously existing number); signed the landmark Antiquities Act and used its special provisions to unilaterally create 18 national monuments, including the Grand Canyon; set aside 51 federal bird sanctuaries, four national game refuges, and more than 100 million acres' worth of national forests.

    There are more National Park Service units dedicated to Roosevelt's life and memory than any other American, including Theodore Roosevelt National Park in the Badlands of North Dakota, where he shot his first buffalo and set up a ranch.

    Roosevelt's conservation spirit continued that with a bipartisan succession of presidents added to what is now a total of 170 national monuments, ranging from the Mariana Trench in the Pacific to the Statue of Liberty in New York Harbor. Even a huge marine sanctuary established by President George W. Bush, and added to by Mr. Obama, has been targeted for review. Trump serves only commercial interests and to a belief among some in the West that the public lands belong not to the American people but to them. That would be a tragic retreat from the Roosevelt vision.

    https://www.nytimes.com/2017/11/06/opinion/trump-attacks-teddy-roosevelts-grand-legacy.html

    NealJohn saidWaste of tax dollars on a no-chance win suit. But what does the CEO care? No a damn


    Hopefully, we will not see a golf course on the lands Trump is trying to free up.
  • outdoorsmuscl...

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    Dec 08, 2017 2:11 AM GMT
    roadbikeRob said
    outdoorsmuscleguy saidScum Trump the #illegitimatepotus, lying piece of shit does not care about states rights. He is in the pocket of oil and mining business.
    He views the environment as dispensable ... if he can make a dollar why save it for anything else?
    The antithesis of Theodore Roosevelt’s vision.
    As president, Roosevelt created five national parks (doubling the previously existing number); signed the landmark Antiquities Act and used its special provisions to unilaterally create 18 national monuments, including the Grand Canyon; set aside 51 federal bird sanctuaries, four national game refuges, and more than 100 million acres' worth of national forests.

    There are more National Park Service units dedicated to Roosevelt's life and memory than any other American, including Theodore Roosevelt National Park in the Badlands of North Dakota, where he shot his first buffalo and set up a ranch.

    Roosevelt's conservation spirit continued that with a bipartisan succession of presidents added to what is now a total of 170 national monuments, ranging from the Mariana Trench in the Pacific to the Statue of Liberty in New York Harbor. Even a huge marine sanctuary established by President George W. Bush, and added to by Mr. Obama, has been targeted for review. Trump serves only commercial interests and to a belief among some in the West that the public lands belong not to the American people but to them. That would be a tragic retreat from the Roosevelt vision.

    https://www.nytimes.com/2017/11/06/opinion/trump-attacks-teddy-roosevelts-grand-legacy.html

    NealJohn saidWaste of tax dollars on a no-chance win suit. But what does the CEO care? No a damn
    Oh will you shut up you fucking retard! You are the most unAmerican repugnant piece of shit on Realjock. Do everyone a long overdue favor by taking a flying leap off of the Tappan Zee Bridge. This great country will be a far better and saner place without you flapping your jaws in the breeze with all your childish and treasonous anti President Trump tirades.
  • outdoorsmuscl...

    Posts: 1153

    Dec 08, 2017 2:12 AM GMT
    roadbikeRob said
    outdoorsmuscleguy saidScum Trump the #illegitimatepotus, lying piece of shit does not care about states rights. He is in the pocket of oil and mining business.
    He views the environment as dispensable ... if he can make a dollar why save it for anything else?
    The antithesis of Theodore Roosevelt’s vision.
    As president, Roosevelt created five national parks (doubling the previously existing number); signed the landmark Antiquities Act and used its special provisions to unilaterally create 18 national monuments, including the Grand Canyon; set aside 51 federal bird sanctuaries, four national game refuges, and more than 100 million acres' worth of national forests.

    There are more National Park Service units dedicated to Roosevelt's life and memory than any other American, including Theodore Roosevelt National Park in the Badlands of North Dakota, where he shot his first buffalo and set up a ranch.

    Roosevelt's conservation spirit continued that with a bipartisan succession of presidents added to what is now a total of 170 national monuments, ranging from the Mariana Trench in the Pacific to the Statue of Liberty in New York Harbor. Even a huge marine sanctuary established by President George W. Bush, and added to by Mr. Obama, has been targeted for review. Trump serves only commercial interests and to a belief among some in the West that the public lands belong not to the American people but to them. That would be a tragic retreat from the Roosevelt vision.

    https://www.nytimes.com/2017/11/06/opinion/trump-attacks-teddy-roosevelts-grand-legacy.html

    NealJohn saidWaste of tax dollars on a no-chance win suit. But what does the CEO care? No a damn
    Oh will you shut up you fucking retard! You are the most unAmerican repugnant piece of shit on Realjock. Do everyone a long overdue favor by taking a flying leap off of the Tappan Zee Bridge. This great country will be a far better and saner place without you flapping your jaws in the breeze with all your childish and treasonous anti President Trump tirades.
  • outdoorsmuscl...

    Posts: 1153

    Dec 08, 2017 2:14 AM GMT
    roadbikeRob said
    outdoorsmuscleguy saidScum Trump the #illegitimatepotus, lying piece of shit does not care about states rights. He is in the pocket of oil and mining business.
    He views the environment as dispensable ... if he can make a dollar why save it for anything else?
    The antithesis of Theodore Roosevelt’s vision.
    As president, Roosevelt created five national parks (doubling the previously existing number); signed the landmark Antiquities Act and used its special provisions to unilaterally create 18 national monuments, including the Grand Canyon; set aside 51 federal bird sanctuaries, four national game refuges, and more than 100 million acres' worth of national forests.

    There are more National Park Service units dedicated to Roosevelt's life and memory than any other American, including Theodore Roosevelt National Park in the Badlands of North Dakota, where he shot his first buffalo and set up a ranch.

    Roosevelt's conservation spirit continued that with a bipartisan succession of presidents added to what is now a total of 170 national monuments, ranging from the Mariana Trench in the Pacific to the Statue of Liberty in New York Harbor. Even a huge marine sanctuary established by President George W. Bush, and added to by Mr. Obama, has been targeted for review. Trump serves only commercial interests and to a belief among some in the West that the public lands belong not to the American people but to them. That would be a tragic retreat from the Roosevelt vision.

    https://www.nytimes.com/2017/11/06/opinion/trump-attacks-teddy-roosevelts-grand-legacy.html

    NealJohn saidWaste of tax dollars on a no-chance win suit. But what does the CEO care? No a damn
    Oh will you shut up you fucking retard! You are the most unAmerican repugnant piece of shit on Realjock. Do everyone a long overdue favor by taking a flying leap off of the Tappan Zee Bridge. This great country will be a far better and saner place without you flapping your jaws in the breeze with all your childish and treasonous anti President Trump tirades.