Is there no limit to the stupidity of environmentalists when they have the power of the EPA?

EPA Levies $438,000 in Fines and Mandatory ‘Environmental Projects’ on School Bus Contractor for ‘Excessive Idling’ The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) enforced nearly $500,000 in fines and mandatory “environmental projects” on a school bus contractor for “excessive idling,” and as part of its anti-idling campaign to reduce the carbon footprint of school buses waiting to pick up children for their routes. “As part of a settlement for alleged excessive diesel idling in Connecticut, Massachusetts and Rhode Island, Durham School Services will commit to reduce idling from its school bus fleet of 13,900 buses operating in 30 states,” read an EPA press release on Tuesday.

Asked By: - 4/12/2012
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That is the least of the damage they have done...they shut off water to central California killing century old trees and orchards creating a dustbowl, costing 30 million jobs...for a trash fish as an excuse...they phased out freon which was deemed safe, so your freon will now cost $100's instead of $20-30 bucks to keep... More
Answered By: GOZ2FAST - 4/12/2012
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EPA environmentalists = Liberzombies Ergo: NO LIMITS
Answered By: BadWolf63 - 4/12/2012
someone needs to tell the EPA how a diesel engine works........
Answered By: taxpayer sack punter - 4/12/2012
they also declared milk to be toxic to the environment because it "contains oil" can't get much more stupid than that...
Answered By: Dashinghandsomeness - 4/12/2012
You show by example how immense stupidity can be, if you carefully nurture it. We need more care about the environment, not less.
Answered By: The Doc - 4/12/2012
Can't expect much better from those with shyt for brains. Liberalism is a mental disorder.
Answered By: Outlawcajun - 4/12/2012
Nope. And a side note. I worked for US Customs in th 90s. The offices were in the Federal Triangle - huge, about 5,000 employees. Guess who's housed there now? - yup, the EPA.
Answered By: Yeah, Butt - 4/12/2012
The Doc, one of the few class posters here. *hats off*
Answered By: JukeboxHero - 4/12/2012
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