“The American people will never knowingly adopt Socialism. But under the name of ‘liberalism’ they will adopt every fragment of the Socialist program, until one day America will be a Socialist nation, without knowing how it happened.”

Socialist Party presidential candidate Norman Thomas

Tuesday, December 28, 2010

EPA deems itself 4th branch of government

In the absence of congressional support regarding Cap-and-Trade, the Obama administration is following through on it's promise to fundamentally transform America by using unelected and unaccountable political radicals, place in positions of power, to do it by issuing CO2 regulations that once in place, will be difficult if not impossible to rescind by subsequent congresses....

From Directorblue -- The Environmental Protection Agency announced Thursday that it will regulate greenhouse gas emissions from power plants and oil refineries next year in an attempt to curb global warming.

The Obama administration intends to create a Soviet-style, centrally-planned economic society overseen by smarmy bureaucrats with no accountability to tax-paying voters who're forced to fund them. New regulations on the FCC, land management, and CO2 use will irreparably harm the economy such that throwing out the old rules in two years will not be able to repair the damage.

Only the most retarded democrat voter still believes in man-made global warming. Even Obama's EPA doesn't believe it, they're just using it as a scary justification for seizing control of the domestic energy industry. With these regulations in place, the prices of literally everything that uses energy to be produced, will necessarily go up.......everything!

I hope you people see what despotic evil arises when messianic politicians are given unlimited control over us and our activities.


David said...

I think I'll go purchase the largest SUV I can find!

We could delete the EPA and the Dept of Education tomorrow will no noticeable effect other than a few less people working for the government.

ed said...

Absolutely, and throw out the deptartments of education, interior, energy, and the IRS while we're at it. Think of the money we'll save and how many fewer bureaucrats will be around to torment us with pointless regulations?