Skip to comments.No federal water micromanagement
Posted on 06/14/2010 5:28:33 PM PDT by WilliamIII
Keeping Americas waterways and water supply clean is a crucial goal. So is guarding against federal micromanagement of our lives and property.
Unfortunately, a push is on to use the cause of clean water as an excuse to unbalance our federal system and undermine our liberties by concentrating regulation of land use in Washington, D.C.
The proposed Clean Water Restoration Act was the first legislative salvo in this campaign. Unveiled in 2007, the CWRA was reintroduced in the Senate last year by Sen. Russ Feingold, D-Wis. With a simple semantic change, it would usher in unprecedented centralization by giving federal officials the powers of a national zoning board.
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Look, it's simple ~ he went to Hebrew lessons like a good boy every Sunday but he got the lesson of the lesson plan wrong when it came to Nebechednezzer and the Pharoah!
He loved those guys!
Russel Feingold..., another of Johnny-boy’s good buddies.
America -- a great idea, didn't last.
The greatest concentrations of power were in hydraulic empires, when the king could turn off the water and let the people die of thirst, or of hunger in a few weeks.
How many divisions can the fascist EPA throw on the battlefield?