Wednesday, June 06, 2012

The Big Green Statists

This is not really 'news.'  It's merely confirmation.

In preparation for Obama-EPA Regional Administrator Al Armendariz’s testimony before the House Energy and Commerce Committee on Wednesday, Sen. James Inhofe (R-Okla.) released a video montage of Obama EPA Regional Administrators longing to impose a green “Way Of Life Act” on Americans through the regulatory regime of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).

Regional Administrators talk of how they plan to “crucify” domestic energy producers, make their businesses “painful every step of the way,” or otherwise compel a green way-of-life.

It's not only 'Mr. Crucify Them,' either--there is at least one other Enforcer who is on tape saying the same thing.

Well, to continue with old Roman allusions:  EPA delenda est. (Sorry--I can't remember the future imperative of 'delendare.')

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Dad, did you read this one?

The Environmental Protection Agency and Department of Energy must be exterminated before they kill us all.

.........Put this in your "God is really, really smart. Humans? Not so much." file. Within just the last few years, farmers all over the U.S. have noticed a strange and completely heretofore unseen incidence of SULFUR deficiency in crops. Odd. Why would sulfur deficiency issues suddenly appear where they had never been seen before?
It turns out that the sulfur in the diesel burned by the tractors would aerosolize in the exhaust, and then precipitate and FERTILIZE the ground at planting and harvest as the tractor effectively covered the entire field. When the tyrannical government removed pretty much all sulfur from the diesel itself, and by mandating sulfur-scrubbing exhaust systems on tractors within the last decade, they removed the necessary sulfur fertilization mechanism from the system.

Citation here. John Deere has also published a tremendous amount on this topic.

So, just reviewing, God Almighty specifically creates this planet filled with a substance that not only is an incredibly efficient energy source, but which also contains needed fertilizer which the burning of said fuel in internal combustion engines perfectly spreads over farmground making it incredibly productive above and beyond the productivity made possible by the internal combustion engine-driven devices themselves.

God, smart. People, stupid. The Environmental Protection Agency and Department of Energy must be exterminated before they kill us all........