Good Point,,,,,,,,,,<quoted text>yah he passed fewer stricter rules on regulation genius .. lets just not fine people or have an consequences for people dumping toxic waste in irrigation ditches and water sheds .. lol what a joke... he imposed fewer rregulations with stricter more broad consequences.. increased fines and regulations is better !! i mean why don't we just let every oil well be built like the one in the gulf that bp owned and let all the bad ones just blow... why inspect them ? i mean not like it's gonna dump millions of gallons of oil in the ocean.. but lets only fine them 5 billion on 100billion dollar industry lol get real more like 15 or 20 billion i think the number is actually somewhere around 16 or 17 but i think that's still to low.. i love your little post by bloomberg by the way lol should of read the whole column... and yes bush did collapse the economy with tax cuts and 2 wars and an unregulated wall street and banking system and then doesn't have the backbone to show his face for a duration of his last year in office.. yes bush did ruin the economy and every major credible analys, jounelist, specialist, economist, and a vast majority of republicans with a good head on their shoulder... unlike some ..
"For instance, the Department of Interior’s new controls on deep-water oil drilling may cost the industry $180 million, but one oil spill like that caused by Deepwater Horizon could cost the industry $16.3 billion. Some of the administration’s rules, like those governing coal ash, will actually help create thousands of jobs."