Monday, November 21, 2011

More "Pro-Big Energy & Anti-American Citizens" Emails from Senator Michael Enzi About Destroying the EPA!

Here are 2 letters I received from Senator Mike Enzi today. The republicans are pushing hard to destroy the Agency founded by Republican President Richard Nixon, the Environmental Protection Agency or EPA. For 40 years now it has worked to ensure the Clean Air Act and The Clean Water Act did as they were suppose to, along with the accompanying regulations, get and keep our air and water as clean as possible from flagrant industrial pollution, and ensure those accountable for bad behavior. The current day republicans want to destroy the EPA at the behest of big energy and big oil, who are their sponsors, benefactors and masters, and who own the US Congress, both chambers. Our own senator, Sen. Johnny "TV" Barrasso has acquired so much big oil and energy money it is coming out of every pore of his feeble little body. He has sold his soul to the devil, and every Wyomingite who voted for him is also part of the problem, because of their sheer ignorance. Barrasso, Enzi and Lummis are the kind of elected officials states get when they have low-information and ignorant voters, who fail to do any research on the candidates. It really is both sad and pathetic. Now lets kick these bums out of Congress NOW!
One last thing, show me the studies or data that validates your claims about the EPA! Bet you can't do it!
 
November 21, 2011
 
Mr. William Harasym
 
XXX Smith Street
Apt XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
Sheridan, WY 82801
 
Dear William:
 
The Senate has not yet considered an amendment that may be offered by Senators John Barrasso (R-WY) and Dean Heller (R-NV) that would prohibit the EPA from moving forward with a rule to greatly expand its authority under the Clean Water Act.  Should it come up for a vote, I intend to support Senator Barrasso's amendment.  
 
I am concerned about efforts at the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) that would greatly expand unnecessary government control of Wyoming's water.  Doing so would make more water in Wyoming subject to burdensome oversight, which will make work more difficult for our state's farmers and ranchers and would make energy development more difficult. 
 
We all want a healthy, clean environment and there is more we can do, but we need to do it the right way or we will end up with the wrong outcomes.
 
Sincerely,
Michael B. Enzi
United States Senator
 
P.S. You can get a more complete view of all my activities in the Senate by visiting my web page and also signing up for my e-newsletter. Visit enzi.senate.gov for more information.
 
MBE:AE

November 21, 2011
 
 
Mr. William Harasym
XXX Smith Street
Apt XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
Sheridan, WY 82801
 
Dear William:
 
I am concerned at the frenetic pace with which the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is moving forward with regulations that have the potential to radically impact our economy, damage our energy sector, and make us more dependent on foreign energy sources. I support efforts like the TRAIN Act that will ensure we carefully consider the impact of these regulations on every sector of our economy. With an economy that is struggling to recover, it is essential that we move forward in a careful manner that guarantees we do not take regulatory actions that will push us back into a worse economic situation.
 
I will continue to support efforts like the TRAIN Act and similar measures when those measures are considered by the full Senate.
 
Sincerely,
Michael B. Enzi
United States Senator
 
P.S. You can get a more complete view of all my activities in the Senate by visiting my web page and also signing up for my e-newsletter. Visit enzi.senate.gov for more information.
MBE:AE

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