Is The EPA More Dangerous For Americans?

That GE Bulb that so calls "save's energy" is very dangerous! If you break it your supposed to leave your home immediately! The bulbs have mercury in them that can cause many muscle diseases like Lymphoma. There is about 10 steps on how to clean up the bulb if it breaks- Also these are being produced mostly overseas and the old bulbs were produced in Kentucky - and thats more jobs gone in America! Cause of EPA and most likely GE guy Immelt - who owns NBC networks.

Asked By: Pelosi & Lefts Ruined California - 4/24/2009
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More dangerous than what? We need the rest of the question.
Answered By: Max Hoopla - 4/24/2009
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I like 30 Rock therefor I must support GE. Your on your own.
Answered By: Political Junkie - 4/24/2009
They have also classified CO2 as a dangerous health risk. Something we all exhale & plants use to make oxygen. In order for Obama to push his cap & trade through.
Answered By: Invisible - 4/24/2009
Fortunately, its relatively easy to recycle them if you collect them. And if you do that, they are far cheaper to operate. We need to get out of the mentality that all products will eventually be discarded.
Answered By: Elana - 4/24/2009
I've broken one in my home, cleaned it up and lived to tell about it. That pesky EPA, making sure we have clean drinking water and breathable air. How dare they.
Answered By: Phil M - 4/24/2009
if it wasn't for the EPA, we would be like china walking around with face masks on Nixon did the right thing in creating the EPA.
Answered By: Croaker - 4/24/2009
I can't wait until the EPA starts taxing me by the fart and belch. We all expel methane and sulfer compounds as part of the digestive process. I had a case of global warming the other day. Man I must have expelled several tons of methane and sulfer. It had to have a negative impact on the environment... More
Answered By: Obama Hood - Spread the Wealth - 4/24/2009
Since 52% of US electricity is generated by coal, the clear fact is: One releases more mercury via coal burning by using incandescent bulbs that is contained in (or consumed by) the fluorescent bulbs..
Answered By: whimsy - 4/24/2009
Yes the EPA , the Dept of ED, The Dept of Energy and many others need to go. They produce nothing
Answered By: Buck Ofama - 4/24/2009
The EPA has no concerns for real health issues at all, their primary focus is to force American business's to relocate overseas, where Gov. actually want work for their workers.
Answered By: Let's Play. - 4/24/2009
Those bulbs have so little mercury in them that you could breath it all in and it wouldn't hurt you. However, the carbon 14 emitted form coal power plants increases the possibility that you will get lung cancer.
Answered By: TC - 4/24/2009
Regulations presently in place not only in the EPA, but most other government agencies as well, if properly distorted already have the power to turn this country upside down from some semblance of democracy to flat out socialism. I bought one of those goofy bulbs you mention, but threw it away when someone asked if I... More
Answered By: TomT - 4/24/2009
Stop listening to Glen Beck. The man's an idiot, and more idealogical comfort than intellectual info. And if you want to blame anyone for the "dangers" of EPA, blame Nixon. He started it. Bonus points for anyone that says "Liberal" more than 3 times in their reply.
Answered By: AZ - 4/27/2009
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