EPA. Because Mother Government Loves Us
The EPA is one of the several alphabet agencies created by the Nixon Administration in a time where Nixon, himself, accused any expansion of the proverbial "big government" ideology as anathema to daily life in America.
- The EPA represents an example of bureaucracy being prolonged at a huge government expense.
- The EPA is not immune from having its authority misused.
- The cries to end EPA are not to end environmental conservation, but the harrowing bureaucracy of unnecessary and abusive federal oversight into everyday citizens, as well as corporations doing business.
I would, too, if my income were challenged by the notion of actually having to make a living...
If you still think we need this agency in fuge, please, move along. Don't talk about Monsanto, either.
And don't bother me if I fish near the strip mines. If those fish are tainted, it is only the taint we get from water and dirt.
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