27 April 2006

If It's a Politically Motivated Abuse of a Public Prosecutor's Office You Want, I Have Your Man Right Here

(per usual, Drudge tip)

Good lord, 10 Blue States get together and decide to stroke each other in a manner meant to bring themselves to satisfaction (at the expense of both their states, and the federal government).

The lead wanker is the inimitable New York Attorney General Eliot 'I never met a camera or microphone I could pass by without saying something against business and industry' Spitzer.

New York, California, Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Mexico, Oregon, Rhode Island, Vermont, and Wisconsin filed the lawsuit in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit.

The states, led by New York Attorney General Eliot Spitzer, want the government to require tighter pollution controls on the newest generation of power plants.

"We feel it's incumbent on EPA to regulate carbon emissions from those power plants now in order to help us get our arms around global warming," said Spitzer spokesman Marc Violette.

EPA spokeswoman Jennifer Wood said the agency "will review all options and make an informed decision on how to proceed. EPA's climate protection programs continue to exceed the agency's greenhouse gas emissions goals and are on target to meet the president's 18 percent goal to reduce greenhouse gas intensity by 2012."

God help NY if he becomes their next governor (and if they elect him, they'll get exactly what they deserve).

As Al Gore would say, EXCELSIOR!

1 comment:

bill said...

Unless they're asking for lots of nuclear power plants, they should STFU.