Monday, June 26, 2006

Who wants responsibility?......NOT ME!

Al Gore must have sparked a lot of attention with his movie, "An Inconvenient Truth" because the issues of global warming are becoming a very new recurrent issue among many environmentalist, politicians and also the general public. Environmental groups have brought the issue of global warming to the courts for the Bush administration to regulate carbon dioxide.

The only problem is that no one wants to take responsibility in regulating carbon dioxide emissions. The EPA refused to regulate carbon dioxide emissions because it was not a pollutant controlled under the federal clean air law. President Bush was an advocate for regulating carbon dioxide when he first ran for president but he changed his mind after getting into office. President Bush believes that voluntary control is a better way to control carbon dioxide and mandatory regulation would be costly for businesses. To view full article, click “Supreme Court to Hear Key Environment Case.”

Well, what do you think?

Do you think that the Supreme Court should rule for mandatory carbon dioxide emissions?
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Also, see Nutrit's Blog on this issue.


At 11:50 AM, Blogger Baconboy said...

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At 11:53 AM, Blogger Baconboy said...

I voted yes to federal regulation, but on a specific term. Yes to regulation solely if the government took actual action to helping inducing alternative fuel sourced machinery, most namely automobiles. You can today convert a diesel engine to run on natural gas or propane(which Hank Hill would fully endorse)
Read About Diesel to Natural Gas or Propane

or Diesel to Vegetable Oil
Read About Diesel to Vegtable Oil

At 12:07 PM, Blogger Baconboy said...

PS: Your link to the article only works if you sign up for NY Times.

At 12:56 PM, Blogger soukphpb said...

You can sign up to the New York times for a free trial. Sorry about the inconvenience.

At 12:58 PM, Blogger soukphpb said...

These alternative feul source seems like a great idea and a good place to start. Thanks for the information reference baconboy.

At 9:00 PM, Blogger Tucopup said...

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