Skip to comments.Ridiculous EPA rules make wildfires more dangerous
Posted on 07/18/2014 7:40:56 AM PDT by rktman
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) standards are to blame for a freeze in a Pentagon program that provides military equipment to fire departments for fighting wildfires, according to a group of bipartisan senators.
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He has erected a multitude of New Offices, and sent hither swarms of Officers to harrass our people, and eat out their substance.
BIG GOVERNMENT IS CRONY SOCIALISM
Socialism Is Legal Plunder - Bastiat
This is just another death panel to remove people from rural areas to implement their UN Agenda 21.
It seems like the EPA never does anything right even accidentally!
The EPA is run by Enviro Nutcases ,who are Nutcases
I wonder if all those MRAPs going to police departments meet emission standards.
This is how we know they don't care about air quality and that it is all a means to herd us into camps. Have any of you been around a forest fire? WOW! The air is bad news.
Well, it is a fine example of lib-logic. Let the fire burn and pollute the air but OMG a truck that doesn’t meet emission standards. Uh uh. No way you can use that. (Head scratch)
There is no federal bureaucracy or organization, other than the military, that hasn’t been run like a Keystone Kops episode - making things worse with every action they take.
Our military has been the pride of the nation.
But sadly, Obama has embarked on a plan to destroy the military too.
He is working hard to change it into just another democrat social program stuffed with communists, muslim radicals, racists, moochers, sexual freaks, misfits of every sort and other Obama ass-kissing leftist victim groups.
Off topic slightly, but all this BS about second hand smoke. So a bunch of people bought it, right? So I have two questions for the Cigarette Nazi's.
1. How exactly is water vapor going to cause any harm to any one?(e-cigs ban). 2. So let me get this straight. I can't smoke a cigarette on the streets of Boulder but I can smoke a filter-less joint? Which one generates more smoke?
I could go on. But I don't want to jack your thread.
LOL! I gotta say, not knowing your age, but at 67 I gotta tell you that my folks and my friends folks used to have parties/get togethers where you could barely see across the living room and we were in and out of it constantly. If the 2nd hand smoke issue were “fact”, don’t you think the death rate of boomers would be a LOT larger than it is? In any case, the death rate for all people remains at a staggering 100%. Nobody is getting out alive. :>}
P.S. I do partake of the cigarette still. Bad me I guess. Women shield their children’s eyes and cross the street to avoid contamination.
I still smoke some. I think I would have quit a long time ago, if they nanny state naggers would quit telling me I have to. I want to be juvenile with them and say "you're not the boss of me"!
LOL! Roger that. Ain’t gonna boss me around dang it! Besides, I’m supporting a legal business enterprise. Cigs bad. Pot good. Until 50 years from now they suddenly realize that maybe tokin’ down all day long wasn’t such a good thing to push for. Or sooner.
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