Monday, September 21, 2009

The EPA Chooses Fish over Americans

This is astonishing. The EPA has turned off the agricultural water for one of America's most productive food-growing areas to protect a two-inch minnow.

Millions are out of a job. The fields are fallow and in drought conditions. And 12% of America's food supplies will be in jeopardy because the EPA prefers a two-inch minnow to people.

Vile. Disgusting. Wrong.

Surely the geniuses at the EPA could have come up with a better solution than simply cutting off the water to millions of acres of farmland in order to protect a two-inch minnow?

If the EPA really cared about fish, it would be banning synthetic estrogen rather than causing droughts in California.

Here's the full story...
The Valley Hope Forgot: California Farmers at Obama's Mercy.

The Valley Hope Forgot: Schwarzenegger Responds to Crop Crisis.

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