Skip to comments.Species protection list dying off
Posted on 03/24/2008 2:08:07 PM PDT by OeOeO
WASHINGTON With little- noticed procedural and policy moves over several years, Bush administration officials have made it substantially more difficult to designate domestic animals and plants for protection under the Endangered Species Act.
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Here’s a great comment!
“I hope we all become extinct, and soon.
every time I think we cannot sink any lower
I am continually surprised that we can and
do **** Sapiens are the parasites of the planet.
BTW: heck of a job, Bushie, heck of a job.”
BWAAAAAAAAAAAAA! And he won’t even say “Homo.” which means he is one!
“Where would the bald eagle be now, Mr. America if liberals didn’t do something about DDT. Propaganda? “
Because the DDT scare was crapola you idiot! And the worldwide ban has killed countless numbers of *** Sapiens!
Another accomplishment by President Bush and his "lackeys."
Here is information on a current issue. Cape Hatteras National Seashore Recreational Area has always had a mission (founding purpose) that included (1) providing access to the public (including by Off Road Vehicle), and (2) the protection of wildlife. It is a North Carolina-located national treasure, and is under threat to be closed to the public due to a lawsuit filed by the Defenders of Wildlife and the National Audobon Society.
The article below provides insight. The references at the end provide essentially the entire background.
These are pretty tough times, and fighting against the environmentalist funding machines is especially difficult. Any help is most welcome.