>>American Thinker: The shocking lesson from the climate scandal
Posted December 12, 2009on:
President Obama is not the least bit concerned that the whole global warming thing is a scam. The emails from global warming scientist revealing how they lied and “cooked the books” so to speak to arrive at the conclusions they wanted to reach seems not to make any difference. In fact, it DOESN”T make any difference according to the EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) chief that Obama appointed. The EPA plans to continue to use the data based on fraudulent facts to declare CO2 a pollutant and therefore take over control of most of our economy based on these lies. And our President intends to continue in his drive to turn over the sovereignty of the United States to the United Nations One World Government cabal based on these lies.
Oh, and just in case you missed it in the hush from the main stream media about all this: the EPA has taken over the control of every drop of water in the United States! Yes, every drop from the drip from your tap to the mighty Mississippi.
You see, the government has long had control of the “navigable” waters of the United States. This seemed reasonable since the navigable waters were and are used for interstate commerce and requires dredging and other maintenance issues that are best handled by cooperating states or a central government. However the wording of the law has quietly been changed to drop the designation “navigable” and that changes everything.
And while all of this is going on our Congressmen are totally ignoring the issue in their squabble over Universal Health Care which should in light of the near depression be a non-issue, and while lifting the debt ceiling by $1.1 trillion so they can pass the stupendous nearly $500 billion spending bill in the House by only a margin of 20 votes (still not voted on by the Senate but Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid has enjoined cloture which with 60 votes will shut off debate and force voting where he can if he deems it necessary enlist the “nuclear option” and pass the spending bill on only 51 votes..
I thought you might find this article by American Thinker author Monte Kuligowski interesting in view of these actions by the EPA and our federal government. BB