House votes to block EPA's global war...

House votes to block EPA's global warming power

There are 4 comments on the Oroville Mercury-Register story from Feb 18, 2011, titled House votes to block EPA's global warming power. In it, Oroville Mercury-Register reports that:

The Republican-controlled House has voted to block the Environmental Protection Agency from regulating greenhouse gases that scientists say cause global warming.

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John Scott

Oroville, CA

#1 Feb 18, 2011
Wally Herger, Dan Logue and Kim Yamaguchi all support corporate greed over the future of Humanity.
They are a disgrace and must be Voted out.
To this day Dan Logue supports Valero Oil and bad mouths the thousands of new green jobs created in Californias, even those in the North State.
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IHATEGREEN

AOL

#2 Feb 18, 2011
Hey John,you and all your environmental nuts have done more than your fair share of de developing our country and especially our once great state!WE voted in the Republicans to do this,we need to disband EPA,CAL EPA and my favorite,CARB.These rogue agencies are run by non elected officials and are running un checked.Since when in our country does an un elected minority call the shots?The next step is to totally cut funds to EPA,when that happens,our country will once again flourish.Dan Logue is a great honest guy,and valero is a great company that employs thousands of Californins and pays millions of dollars in California taxes!What do you Greenies do to contribute John?Hey John,can you give us the definition of a green job?Tom Steyer,the guy that spent 20 million dollars to defeat Prop 23 could not define a green job.
Brad

United States

#3 Feb 19, 2011
IHATEGREEN, everybody knows what a green job is. It is one that needs at least 1 other job in the Government to make the original job work.
Taxpayer

Orland, CA

#4 Feb 20, 2011
A greenie is one looking for a government job. Something everyone should know. Every time one of these so called green jobs are created and funded by any government money at all, prevailing wages must be paid to do the job. This is why schools, highways and government buildings cost so much to build. You can only guess what this high speed rail will cost in the end. Getting rid of prevailing wages would be a good start to save taxpayer money.

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