Obama : CO2 Threatens Your Health


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22 Responses to Obama : CO2 Threatens Your Health

  1. Mike Davis says:

    Time to cut the entire budget for EPA! Shut down the entire agency as well as DOE and NOAA! Stop funding for NSF and NASA!

  2. Chris F says:

    Agreed Mike Davis, the EPA has become a traitorious enemy of the people and must be terminated with extreme prejudice.

  3. Scarface says:

    It’s unbelievable that EPA can act on CO2. It is essential to life. Not only as plantfood but also for our respiration. CO2 regulates how often we breath and it even helps binding O2 to hemoglobin in our blood.


  4. “Greenhouses gas are pollution. We know that.”

    ~Lisa Jackson, EPA head

  5. Chris F says:

    Why is everything the opposite of reality with these people? What’s their next proclamation, that daytime will bring bouts of darkness and nighttime will get brighter?

  6. Don'tBSMe says:

    Bad news for Coke, 7-UP & Pepsi.

    I guess any interference on their part would be perceived like the tobacco producers thing of the 60’s & 70’s.

    I am doing my part for AGW and limiting myself to Vodka and Tang as a healthy substitute. I can tell the difference already – I feel much better having 3 or 4 V & O instead of having 3 or 4 cokes. 🙂


  7. Don'tBSMe says:


    Perhaps we should be asking for limits from the French on their sparkling wines. Maybe they should be targeting some reductions. 🙂
    Anyone want to come up with rough calculations, and get that into an AP story?
    Sorry, I’m have a tough time with the stupidity going on in the world. It wasn’t retarded like this 20 years ago.

  8. Brian G Valentine says:

    Not to worry, there are too many lawsuits and too many votes in the House to de-fund regulatory actions to make it happen before the curtain comes down on the present, administration.

    I work for the US DOE. I do what I can to help the public, and am outspoken about bogus science such as “climate change.”

    Many people who I work with feel the same way, although are too timid to come out fighting against what is wrong.

    Time to come out of the closest, folks. If Jim Inhofe can do it, so can you.

  9. Brian G Valentine says:

    The Congress doesn’t want “climate” legislation and the Congress isn’t going to let the administration invent its own little Congress.

    Trust me.

    • NoMoreGore says:

      I hope you’re right. I know they want to stop it…..but they have too often caved when the going got rough. I for one will be writing them to THANK them if they force a standoff, EVEN if this shut down the Fed. I think we’d find that very little depended on them. Wouldn’t THAT be a shocker. 🙂

      We MUST get the zealots out of the White House in 2012. Much more of this, and the country will be bankrupt.

  10. “Greenhouse gases are pollution.”

    ~~Lisa Jackson, EPA head

    See her say it, 0:31 second video

    • Brian G Valentine says:

      That (*expletive*) expelled about 100 cc of greenhouse gas pollution outta her mouth to get that out

    • “Greenhouse gases are pollution.”

      I see a pattern here,
      They want to block out the sun light.
      They want to ban and reduce Greenhouse gases including (CO2).
      They want to raise the price of energy prices so people use less.
      They want to reduce the amount of farm animals who produce Greenhouse gases (CH4), (producing less food as a by-product) .
      They want to trade in the reduction of energy production which is a by-product of “Carbon trading”.
      The want the tax payer to pay for it all.

      There appears to be a systematic reduction plan of the food chain from the bottom up,
      Guess who’s at the top of this food chain? That’s right it’s you and me!

  11. EPA moving unilaterally to limit greenhouse gases

    WASHINGTON – Stymied in Congress, the Obama administration is moving unilaterally to clamp down on power plant and oil refinery greenhouse emissions, announcing plans for developing new standards over the next year.


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