*Update at the bottom*
Unless the EPA taxes YOU to death that is.
Currently, our Senate is debating a measure to wrestle power back away from the Executive Branch of our People's Government. The Executive Branch self-determined that it alone had the power to manage, regulate, and control the particles within the air we breathe. But, right now in the Senate, they are actually debating on whether or not they should take that power back.
Insanity has gone malignant.
A brief statement is not the answer. A CENSURE of the Executive Branch is!!
But, either way, there are Socialist members of the Ruling Senate Body that feel it is fine to destroy the fabric of our civilization and spit on our Constitution. Especially Sen Boxer:
A big tip of the cowboy hat to Ed Morrissey over at Hot Air for the cue. I'll steal a bit of his quote here to help punctuate the video.
This hyperbole comes from a desperate attempt to get her colleagues to push her cap-and-tax bill forward in the Senate, and the ridiculous claim that CO2 will somehow outweigh a nuclear Iranian mullahcracy and a global Islamist network for national-security concerns shows just how desperate Boxer has become.
They don't care about the Iran situation or the Taliban situation or the al-Queda situation. All they care about is power and taking it away from the people.
You see, if they allow the Exective Branch to keep this power to regulate air, without laws and oversight from Congress, then there is absolutely no recourse for the common man. You can't file a grievance against the President when your company is forced to close due to rumors you pump out too much CO2.
nick, nick, nick, nick. They destroy this nation and its laws one nick at a time.
[UPDATE] It would seem the People's Congress has allowed the Executive Branch to steal more power unto itself: From Fox News:
The Senate has rejected a bid to stop the Obama administration from imposing regulations on greenhouse gases, giving a boost to President Obama as he pursues broader clean energy legislation.
Senators turned back a resolution that would have rescinded the authority of the Environmental Protection Agency to regulate greenhouse gases under the Clean Air Act.
Supporters of the measure, mostly Republicans, argued that the EPA had usurped the authority of Congress to set climate policy and that the EPA regulations would increase energy costs and kill jobs.
But the White House, which threatened to veto the measure, said depriving the EPA of its ability to regulate carbon and other greenhouse emissions
would result in greater dependence on oil and more pollution.