White House to EPA: Return to Sender

Pax Arcana

This is more appropriate fodder for the kick-ass Bright Green Blog over at the Christian Science Monitor, but I can’t resist.

A while back, the Supreme Court ordered the EPA to determine whether greenhouse gases posed a threat to the environment. The EPA did the necessary work and concluded that, yup, they did.

Here’s where it gets awesome.

The EPA then emails the report to the White House last December. The White House took the below position on the email:

Or, as the New York Times puts it:

The White House in December refused to accept the Environmental Protection Agency’s conclusion that greenhouse gases are pollutants that must be controlled, telling agency officials that an e-mail message containing the document would not be opened, senior E.P.A. officials said last week.

I suggest the EPA headline its next report “Bin Laden determined to attack inside US.” Oh wait — that won’t work either.

White House Refused to Open Pollutants E-Mail [New York Times]



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2 responses to “White House to EPA: Return to Sender

  1. “Return to Sender” is my favorite Elvis song. That’s all I have to say.

  2. It might be mine too. Though I like “Ito Eats” a lot too.

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