Tuesday, June 5, 2012

EPA Region 7's 'Udder' Job


This story crossed the MoosWire on June 4th, 2012 (source: Infowars.com):

Kurt Nimmo writes:  Obama’s Environmental Protection Agency is using aerial drones to spy on farmers in Nebraska and Iowa. The surveillance came under scrutiny last week when Nebraska’s congressional delegation sent a joint letter to EPA Administrator Lisa Jackson.

On Friday, EPA officialdom in “Region 7” responded to the letter.

“Courts, including the Supreme Court, have found similar types of flights to be legal (for example to take aerial photographs of a chemical manufacturing facility) and EPA would use such flights in appropriate instances to protect people and the environment from violations of the Clean Water Act,” the agency said in response to the letter.

“They are just way on the outer limits of any authority they’ve been granted,” said Mike Johanns, a Republican senator from Nebraska.

In fact, the EPA has absolutely zero authority and is an unconstitutional entity of an ever-expanding and rogue federal government. Article 1, Section 8 of the Constitution does not authorize Congress to legislate in the area of the environment. Under the Tenth Amendment, this authority is granted to the states and their legislatures, not the federal government.

The EPA has not addressed the constitutional question, including its wanton violation of probable cause under the Fourth Amendment. It merely states that it has authority to surveil the private property of farmers and ranchers. It defends its encroaching behavior as “cost-efficient.”

Yes, and as we all know, Agencies of the Federal Government are nothing, if not, 'Cost-Efficient'...

Okay, a couple of things about this report are freaking me out a 'bit':

First, is it JUST me, or does the drone above look a little like the 'Hunter Killers' featured in the original Terminator film of 1984?

Go ahead, I'll give you a moment to check out the following:



 
Oh, sure, I'm sitting here connecting dots again, but sometimes dots ARE connected.  Okay, I'll grant you that the Terminator version of the drone is MUCH cooler to look at than our current-day Environmental Protection Agency's 'cow-watcher version', but what else are they looking at while they're flying around up there?

Hey you pig farmers, you'd better watch your swine...  

The pigs step out of line, one EPA-drone-fired Hell-Fire Missile from above and...

Whoosh, BLAM-O! 

Bacon, as far as the eye can see. 

Second, what, exactly, does the EPA believe these cows are DOING which warrants this observation? 

*  Are the cows driving 'environmentally-insensitive' SUV's around the ranch (while listening to 'way-loud' RAP music)?

*  Neglecting to pick up their 'patties' at the end of each day?  I have a problem with this one myself...

*  Creating a toxic-waste nuisance by discharging un-pasteurized milk into the stream while no one is looking?

*  Operating Coal-Fired power plants to run their bovine air conditioning units, hot tubs, and home theater systems?


Third, hey, um, didn't the nice folks at the EPA Region 7 Office write to me last year when I posted that article where Mike Callicrate accused the EPA of declaring 'hay' a 'pollutant'?  Yes, looking back now, I see that it WAS the hyperactive Region 7 Office of the EPA which I wrote of in "Don't Say Hay About the EPA" in September of 2011!

Super! 

And now they have drones!

Imagine my excitement!!! 

I may never leave my hidden mountainside lair ever again...

Yes, in an effort to step up 'much needed' protection of the Environment, the Environmental Protection Agency is cracking down on, cows.  It is taking to the air to find (fine?) more creative ways to monitor, punish, and bill the people who raise the beef, swine, and chickens which makes their way into grocer's refrigerated meat cases across the Nation. 

Oh, but don't worry about America's farmers because if they get fined, they'll do what most other businesses do...  They'll pass the costs of EPA fines and compliance on to you! 

But that's okay, because you're doing just fine, aren't 'cha?  This evening you'll sleep well knowing that the EPA has it's Eyes In the Sky above Nebraska.

They'll be watching 'herds' grazing, pooping, eating, and, of course, driving Yukons around the ranch.  All so YOU won't have to.  Cool. 
   
Okay, it's after midnight, I'm calling today's (yesterday's?) post officially DONE. 

I would, however, be remiss if I didn't post this Terminator-inspired image of President "If I don't turn the economy around I'll be a one-term President" Obama.

I'd PAY extra to see this particular film in 3-D, but please, no popcorn, and no nachos with cheese during the film itself...  Who's got THAT kind of money?  And, it's only a matter of time before 'corn' finds its way onto the EPA's Enemies of the State list. 

Night all...

Source:  dailyrushbo.com
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