|Forum topic by Joe Lyddon||posted 06-24-2012 06:10 PM||1176 views||0 times favorited||11 replies|
06-24-2012 06:10 PM
Now, I ask you:
Is the EPA really qualified in attempting to do What it IS doing?
Is the EPA really trying to look at things Objectively?
Is the EPA really attempting to get qualified answers from as many experts in order to accurately assess their Impact Studies?
Is the EPA holding the USA back from significantly growing in several areas to improve out Economy?
Should the EPA expect that ALL impact studies should have NO IMPACT at all on our environment?
Should the EPA put things into a better perspective… considering percentages of Bad of the Total area instead of just saying “It does this… and that’s Bad”?
If one wants to plant a tree, it does require a hole to be dug! ... The same area could be used to plant grass; does NOT require a hole… BUT does require that the surface be prepared for the grass… Did that really make it bad for some way out reason?
IMHO: The EPA is not qualified to do what it’s trying to do! It is doing more harm than good.
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