Feinstein Compares Water Restoration in Central California to Pearl Harbor

The Valley that Hope Forgot show that Sean Hannity did exposed what a bunch of hypocritical, left wing loons did to a part of the country that produces 12% of the country’s food. They shut off the water line all in the name of a the “delta smelt” fish, in the middle of a terrible drought were farmers can no longer use their farmland to produce food for the country. Instead its turned into one big dust bowl. Again, all in the name of the Delta Smelt fish. GOP South Carolina Sen. Jim DeMint tried to turn the water back on, but the Senate voted down his amendment, 61-36, with all Democrats voting against it and 4 Republicans also voting against the amendment (Snowe, Collins, Voinovich (Ohio) and Alexander of (TN). Shamefully Diana Feinstein from California compares “turning on the water” to Pearl Harbor somehow:


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  • http://www.kylevarner.com Kyle Varner

    Where did Pearl Harbor come from? That’s just really out there…

  • http://www.paramountinc.com Steve Slepcevic

    “Feinstein Compares Water Restoration in Central California to Pearl Harbor”

    Well it’s time we did something about the water restoration problem.

    Steve Slepcevic
    Paramount Disaster Recovery, Inc.

  • Jason

    As usual, Hannity distorts the crap out of anything a Democrat says. Had a Republican made these same sentences, you bet your bottom dollar he would go, “What a nice connection!” What she’s referring to is how complex this issue is and that the same complexity was found in debates back then on responding to the devastation of Pearl Harbor.

    Why can’t people THINK their stupidity through before posting such outlandish nonsense? She’s making a connection to the SERIOUSNESS of both issues but in no way is trying to say they are of the same scale.