Saturday, November 17, 2012


It's been a while since this topic has come up here but the EPA is at it again. As we all know ethanol adds to pollution by reducing fuel economy in cars, and by extension helps fund Al-Quaida through the extra oil required to make up for the lowered economy.

The law mandating ethanol in gas was written in such a way as to require ever increasing amounts of ethanol to be added to the gasoline we buy as time goes on. There is an exception to this but so what:
The EPA said Friday it had not found evidence to support a finding of severe "economic harm" that would warrant granting a waiver of the Renewable Fuel Standard.
Rapidly rising food prices amongst the peasantry doesn't actually count as a problem. 


Brad K. said...

"lack of severe economic harm" merely means "Obama won. Nyah, nyah."

Sheesh. I could almost think that some people didn't realize what was at stake, in the recent election.

Next thing you know, ObamaCare will drive Wonder Bread/Hostess out of business. Wait . .

Billll said...

Not to worry, all the "Twinkies" seem to have found jobs in the administration.