EPA: Regulate CO2 under existing law

March 24, 2009

Big Green Brother is moving to bootstrap itself into existence.

As per the 2007 Supreme Court decision in Massachusetts v. EPA, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has submitted to the White House its proposed finding that carbon dioxide can be regulated under the existing Clean Air Act.

Click here for the EPA document.

This is basically an ultimatum to Congress and regulated industries from the Obama administration: Either Congress regulates CO2 or EPA will via the arbitrary and oppressive Clean Air Act.

That’s “green democracy” in action.

One Response to “EPA: Regulate CO2 under existing law”

  1. drgroovejb Says:

    It is very interesting that the only source used by the EPA (in the case) is all of the “climate model” nonsense that the UNIPCC projected in their report from 1998. Even the IPCC in early 2008 admitted that they had to “adjust” their climate models to “more reflect reality”. They also admitted that La Nina was cooling the earth and may continue cooling for another decade.

    The point is: exasperation!


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