Can Unconstitutional EPA Edicts Make The Weather Better?

The last time the atmosphere had less than 350 PPM CO2, the weather sucked – like in 1927. Experts tell us that somehow everything would be different this time around, below the impossible goal of 350 PPM.

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Besides the obvious fact that the experts are completely irrational and have no idea what they are taking about, Obama’s EPA mandates are unconstitutional according to his left wing mentor at Harvard Law School.

The Clean Power Plan Is Unconstitutional

The EPA acts as though it has the legislative authority to re-engineer the nation’s electric generating system and power grid. It does not.


As a law professor, I taught the nation’s first environmental law class 45 years ago. As a lawyer, I have supported countless environmental causes. And as a father and grandfather, I want to leave the Earth in better shape than when I arrived.

Laurence Tribe: The EPA’s Clean Power Plan Is Unconstitutional – WSJ

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17 Responses to Can Unconstitutional EPA Edicts Make The Weather Better?

  1. Pathway says:

    But the Little Dictator told the EPA that they had to remake Amerika. I bet the Bamster has the constitution printed on every roll of toilet paper that he and Muchell use.

  2. Hugh K says:

    Ironic – Alarmists get coal for Christmas….

  3. Anything is possible says:

    You think Obama’s flagrant disregard for the constitution is bad now?

    Just wait until his third term…….

  4. philjourdan says:

    The EPA cannot to anything about the weather. And nothing they do affects it.

  5. gofer says:

    It seems logical that scientists would examine the weather at 350ppm or below since there are decades worth of data. They don’t, since some of worlds worse weather occurred at that level. That alone should be enough to disprove the theory or ,at least, cause a lot of doubt. I’ve asked the question numerous times,to warmists, and simply get ignored.

  6. the most interesting thing about those flood was that all was taken care of by local and state funds , Cal Coolidge did not believe and rightly so that the federal government had any business interfering with local government.

    • Gail Combs says:

      Even when the disaster is too big for local or state, volunteer help will come flooding in if the blasted Feds will get the heck out of the way!

      An example of the mess made by the feds: link

  7. markstoval says:

    “Can Unconstitutional EPA Edicts Make The Weather Better?”

    Yes, EPA edicts can make the weather better. If they get to define “better” and get to tell you what you think — they can say that hell itself into a tropical paradise. Ya just gotta go with their mythology on this

    Note: There may be a small bit of sarcasm in the above.

    • mjc says:

      Mark…not sure even then, because no two of them can agree on ‘better’, without faking something. But the edicts sure can make someone feel ‘better’…and that’s what really counts, right?

      • Gail Combs says:

        Wrong model.

        1. EPA edicts transfer tax payer funding to crony-capitalists that financed election campaigns. (Stimulus loans to wind and solar farms for example.)

        2. EPA edicts either severely handicap or outright ban the competition of the crony-capitalists that financed election campaigns.

        Once you understand that then you understand how government actually works. Mother Jones even gives a good example.

        (You would think the rank and file leftist useful idiots would get a clue.)

  8. John M says:

    Thanks for the link to the excellent editorial by Laurence Tribe, who likens the current EPA shenanigans to Lincoln’s suspension of habeas corpus, the Alien and Sedition Act, FDR’s internment of Japanese-Americans during World War Two, and Truman’s attempted seizure of steel mills during the Korean War. In hindsight, even granting the premise of an existential crisis, none of these measures proved effective or beneficial, and those taken proved to have regrettable consequences.

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