Obama’s EPA fascists prepare to takeover Water on Private Properties, and unleash 134 NEW Regulations

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Anyone who doesn’t believe this administration is planning to do whatever it can to take as much from citizens as possible before 2016, well, you’re an idiot. This so called “Clean Water Act” is yet another land grab that will most likely be touted by liberals and environmentalist as something that will help everyone. As usual, it will do the exact opposite.

Let’s also not forget all of the EPA scandals just this year alone.

VIA DAILY CALLER : Happy holidays from the Obama administration. Federal agencies are currently working on rolling out hundreds of environmental regulations, including major regulations that would limit emissions from power plants and expand the agency’s authority to bodies of water on private property.

On Tuesday, the White House released its regulatory agenda for the fall of 2013. It lists hundreds of pending energy and environmental regulations being crafting by executive branch agencies, including 134 regulations from the Environmental Protection Agency alone.


Regarding water on private property…

However, the agency isn’t just working on limiting emissions from coal plants. The EPA is also working on a rule that would expand the definition of “waters of the U.S.” under the Clean Water Act to include water on private property.

Republicans have hammered the EPA’s draft water rule as the largest expansion of agency power in history.

“The EPA’s draft water rule is a massive power grab of private property across the U.S. This could be the largest expansion of EPA regulatory authority ever,” Texas Republican Rep. Lamar Smith. “If the draft rule is approved, it would allow the EPA to regulate virtually every body of water in the United States, including private and public lakes, ponds and streams.”

The EPA’s rule is heavily supported by environmentalists who argue that it’s necessary to protecting water quality. Smaller water sources, they argue, eventually affect larger water sources that people use for recreation or their livelihood.

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