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Apparently, the EPA is more concerned about carbon dioxide than truly toxic chemicals.
Last week, minions for the agency misjudged the pressure at which toxic chemicals in a gold mine were stored and triggered a massive spill.
As the details emerge from the sludge, the EPA's Carbon Credit Czarina warned that the contaminated water from the Colorado mine will spread.
Mark Steyn, in turn, warns us that this is what happens when citizens are downstream from bureaucrats.
Paul Driessen concurs. Rules & Regulations don't apply to the rulers and regulators, only to us proles.
I can't take credit for the title of this blog post. The honor goes to political cartoonist Dana Summers...
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