Not when your answers are based upon your preconceived notion that everything humanity does is bad.<quoted text>
changing the subject and expressing your megalomaniac attitudes.
Is it better to make decisions based on real data rather than your ideologically biased observations. Yes
Is it better to make decisions on the basis of the long-term vs. short-term values. Yes
Is it better to prevent groundwater pollution than to hope for the best? Yes
Not when the long term values of America are liberty, prosperity, and a vibrant and self-sufficient economy, rather than increased government power and perpetual deficits cause by a weak economy.
Not when the law of diminishing returns creates an unsustainable imbalance between government expenditure and taxation in order to "fix" problems that don't exist.
What is most damaging to the health of humans is NOT pollution...it's being poor. A vibrant and prosperous economy, free from government intervention, is the best cure for poverty.
I don't change subjects, I CREATE them.