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Tell Google to leave the US Chamber of Commerce


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The US Chamber of Commerce has aggressively lobbied for the Keystone XL, pipeline that once constructed will transport dirty and climate killing tar sands from Canada to the US and other world markets. They want to weaken various government rules and restrictions against pollution and harmful chemicals.They are also climate change deniers and has numerous times attacked EPA over its regulation of carbon emissions. The Chamber also tries to undermine climate science and promotes propaganda from the fossil fuel industries to our children. The Chamber called for taxpayers, not BP, to pay for the Deepwater Horizon disaster in the Gulf of Mexico. As you can see, their evil track record is pretty long...

The US Chamber of Commerce is an evil organisation which needs to be destroyed.

So please, tell Google to leave the US Chamber of Commerce!

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