The federal government has for years been trying to insert its will upon states, and the people therein.
Over the last several years, the most abusive
theocracy bureaucracy, the Environmental Protection Agency has grown itself through rule making that threatens our way of life, and the ways in which we provide for ourselves. And it seems as though Dan Scripps who was tossed from his 101st State House seat in Michigan must have given them some hints recently, as they have been copying his efforts to regulate the water underneath and around us.
Fox News is reporting that Congress has ‘blocked’ their efforts.
“The House of Representatives on Tuesday voted to block the EPA from implementing a new plan that critics say could significantly broaden the agency’s ability to impose environmental regulations over America’s waterways.
Many farmers and landowners across the country say rules proposed last year by the Environmental Protection Agency and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers would give federal regulators even more say over waters. The issue had become a hotly contested one for many who say there are already too many government regulations affecting their businesses.”
Yeah. OK, does anyone think this will stop them?
Dan Benishek, remember that conversation we had a couple of years ago? The one where I had to instruct you on how CONGRESS can defund these out of control institutions, and you disagreed because you haven’t a clue on how the constitution works?
I didn’t think so.