3 thoughts on “Dog-and-Pony Show: How a Congressman Expects to Solve Bark-Beetle Infestations”

  1. The link didn’t work but, I found it elsewhere.


    It seems that Miller wants to “preserve” the controversy through partisan politics. Surely, Bishop needs better “coaching” on what to say, and how to say it. However, there is no mention of those on the other side of the aisle (particularly the eastern Democrats), who favor doing nothing at all, and continue to push for new massive Wilderness. Dead forests simply are not suitable for recreation or as “wildlife corridors”.

    • Derek,

      Care to elaborate? When I read your remark, I thought of a thought experiment wherein one writes on both sides of a single page: “The statement on the other side of this page is false!” The two statements frame a logical contradiction. But I thought of it differently, this way: Since you provide no reference, I presume that what you wrote is self-referential. That is, your comment, devoid of content or context is itself “garbage.”

      [Note: I updated this, and embellished on my cryptic three-word-comment to better frame my intent on trying to get you to elaborate.]


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