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Lisa Jackson: EPA isn’t to blame for coal industry’s problems

Discussion in 'Political Issues' started by stsai465, Jun 11, 2012.


  1. stsai465

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    Obama's EPA believes that they have no negative impact on the coal industry, basically saying "it's all their fault..."

    Rest here:
    http://hotair.com/archives/2012/06/11/lisa-jackson-epa-isnt-to-blame-for-coal-industrys-problems/

    Frankly, if it were up to me and I was tasked to fixing our economy, eliminating the EPA would probably be on my top 3 things to do (right after replacing the IRS w/ a flat or fair tax); and with the money returned to the states, state that environmental affairs are now the province of the states and local counties to decide, with only cross-state issues handled at the federal level. What started out as a feel-good idea back in the 70s with the best of intentions has long ago outlived its usefulness and become a leviathan (like so many other government programs) whose sole purpose (it often seems) is to cripple the US economy and growth.
     
  2. callihan_44

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    EPA- A CANCER EATING AWAY AT THE HOST.. limit it's power
     

  3. Guss

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    How much dirty coal can you take?