Wow, this was super deep from Politico …
— POLITICO (@politico) September 9, 2017
Guess Mother Nature gave them an exclusive interview.
But white men began to realize that South Florida had real potential if they could figure out how to drain its “monstrous” swamp. Governor Broward vowed to dig a few canals and create an instant “Empire of the Everglades,” a winter garden that would grow food for the world and cities larger than Chicago. Swindlers sold swampland to suckers, turning Florida real estate into a land-by-the-gallon punchline. Pioneers flocked to long-forgotten marshy boom towns with names like Utopia and Hope City and Gladesview, buying lots that looked great in the dry season only to find that they still flooded regularly during the rainy season.
Gotta blame the evil white man.
Next time you board a flight, remember that Mother Nature never intended for us to fly. https://t.co/BFPadGl2TQ
— Cam Edwards (@CamEdwards) September 9, 2017
What does that even mean in practice? Mother Nature never “intended” for us to vaccinate against polio either. Should we stop doing so?
— Charles C. W. Cooke (@charlescwcooke) September 9, 2017
Sounds like we shouldn’t live in Florida AND we shouldn’t fight polio.
This may be the dumbest article Politico has ever published, and that says a lot.
"Mother Nature"? You talk as if you've met her, you freaking dimwits.https://t.co/cKHT4zAnL7
— Acosta's Tantrum™? (@EF517_V2) September 9, 2017
They totally had a latte at Starbucks together, duh.
— Joel Engel (@joelengel) September 9, 2017
Don’t be surprised when Politico takes this tweet and uses it as proof that Mother Nature didn’t intend for man to live, at all.
Please tell us all of mother nature's other policy positions. Did she intend for humans to go through gender transitioning? Abort babies?
— Mark McAfee (@Markmcafee19) September 11, 2017
Next time you get appendicitis, remember that Mother Nature never intended for us to have surgery.
— clayjohanson (@clayjohanson) September 9, 2017
Just tough it out and all, since Mother Nature didn’t intend for surgery to exist.
Hey, this game is fun.
"Mother Nature" doesn't care where you live. The weather is what it is before you decided to live there, wherever that is.
— Dwarfclone (@Dwarfclone) September 11, 2017
But MAN CONTROLS THE WEATHER! Everything is MAN’S fault!
Somehow politico managed to squeeze "white men" in the article. Good grief! Now We can blame all FL disasters on white men building in it.
— Paul A Marketos (@PaulAMarketos) September 11, 2017
Wait sorry, everything is the WHITE MAN’S fault.
As you look up at the moon, remember, Mother Nature never intended man to walk its surface…
— Harry Gato (@harrygato) September 11, 2017
They really didn’t think this article through, did they.
This article soft af.
— Fermin (@JeffFermin) September 9, 2017
Mother Nature never intended the internet either, dumbasses.
— ol' Bill Deal (@chrismcm66) September 10, 2017