EPA raised concerns on border fence, ...

EPA raised concerns on border fence, environment (8:26 a.m.)

There are 6 comments on the Las Cruces Sun-News story from Jul 3, 2008, titled EPA raised concerns on border fence, environment (8:26 a.m.). In it, Las Cruces Sun-News reports that:

The Environmental Protection Agency had serious concerns about how barrier fencing would affect habitat, animals and communities along the border near El Paso, according to recently released comments the agency ...

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Bottle Rocket

Bridgeport, PA

#1 Jul 3, 2008
Nero fiddles while Rome burns.
willith

Fairfield, CT

#2 Jul 3, 2008
EPA is on Drugs, the wild life are also Illigal aliens Quality of water is another dumb excuse, these people all live in Austin and have no clue...
RAD

United States

#3 Jul 6, 2008
What is so bad about protecting the United States?
When is supporting your Country a bad thing?
I guess there weren't barn owls in the United States, until we built barns. I wonder where they lived before then?
Bottle Rocket

Rio Rancho, NM

#4 Jul 6, 2008
RAD wrote:
What is so bad about protecting the United States?
When is supporting your Country a bad thing?
I guess there weren't barn owls in the United States, until we built barns. I wonder where they lived before then?
RAD....I'm not sure you and I even read the same article.

I am 110% for supporting and protecting our country....and I wish that the dammmmn wall was already built!

My comment of "Nero fiddles while Rome burns" means that the heads of the EPA are oh, so concerned with the impact of the fence on local habitat, but there is NO concern for the effects of the millions of illegal aliens on our society.

Our schools are overwhelmed, our hospitals are jammed with illegals who think "Emergency Room" translates into "Place to go when you have a bellyache and you don't have to pay because the rich Americans will pay the bill for you"....and our prison population is 17% illegal aliens, even though they account for only 3% of the overall US population. So much for the "hard-working, peaceful immigrant" myths.

But instead, we should be concerned about the effect the wall will have on the local jackrabbit population.

"Nero fiddles while Rome burns"....GET IT??????
RAD

United States

#5 Jul 8, 2008
I was making fun of the EPA and their activists by point out, whatever impact humans have on the enviroment, the animals will adjust. for example, before we built barns in North America, the'Barn Owl' lived in holes in the sides of cliffs or in the ground.

GET IT??????? FOREST TREES??????????
Jameson

Austin, TX

#6 Jul 10, 2011
I can only imagine the difficulty of building a fence without using illegal workers. I know that fence installaion and fence repair in austin texas is normally done by illegal workers. If we were to make a fence on the border would it be made out of wood fence, iron fence or chain link fence. we can only wonder.http://www.choosepatrio t.com/ Patriot fence company

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