Election 2012 and Obama’s Green Agenda
If you have 30 minutes to spend and didn’t catch it when it aired, you could do much worse than viewing Brett Bair’s insightful look into the EPA and Obama’s green agenda. In a way, it’s a look below the headlines into the consequences of the results of November’s election, as much as it is a case study in government gone wild in a manner that will impact generations of Americans.
A Romney win won’t simply stop this madness. It goes well beyond partisan politics at this point. But it will be impossible to do anything about it given an Obama 2nd term. At a state level, I saw what NJ’s EPA did to businesses decades ago. That model has now grown to the national level and its influence can be malignant, with more impact on economics and business, including jobs, than it will ever impact the environment.
Friend Mark Levin is also featured as a result of his tireless work with the Landmark Legal Foundation, something that doesn’t get nearly as much exposure as does his radio work. While we joust our way from headline to headline, it’s in the details that go on every day that the real damage is being done to America, often by leftist bureaucrats whose names you rarely hear in the news for long. And they aren’t all Democrats at this point, either.
From Obama appointee Al Armendariz, an EPA regional chief was ousted when a 2010 video surfaced of him pledging to “crucify” lawbreaking oil and gas companies, to the so called mission creep that has infected the bureaucracy of the EPA – and Washington, as a whole – you may be shocked by some of the details covered in this relatively brief special.
Check out the video if you’ve time. h/t RCP: A FOX News special that aired on this past weekend.