As the new (and militarized) metro-sexual EPA, under the direction of the Kenyan, is positioned to impose new restrictions on coal, the Port of Savannah just release more pollution in just one day than all of the EPA restrictions will reduce over the next five years. 5,600 tons of imported raw rubber has been burning all day, releasing thick, heavy, oily smoke that can be seen for miles. It’s supposedly under control (like it can go anywhere), but expected to burn for days. But nothing to fear. That’ll be made up for by the bespectacled storm troopers from the EPA through their ridiculously tyrannical edicts. Say, in about 10 or 15 years. Assuming there are no more fires of this nature anywhere in the CONUS over that same period. And with an economy on the verge of collapse, what are the chances of that? Read more here.
But nobody will say a thing about the (EPA) planned abuses. Not even when their electricity begins to be rationed, their appliances fry due to inconsistent peaks (surges) and valleys, and prices double.
The herd will just move to the next pasture. Can you say, Moo?