Zubrin: Dethrone the EPA

“The current presidential campaign hinges on jobs and the economy. Yet most of the debate has centered on peripheral issues such as the Bush tax cut, when there is a Tyrannosaurus in the room that is being virtually ignored. That monster is the EPA,” writes Robert Zubrin at NationalReview.com.

2 thoughts on “Zubrin: Dethrone the EPA”

  1. The author knows full well this will not happen, as does every other conscious American, simply because the candidate that makes limiting/eliminating the EPA a campaign issue will get demagogued off the planet, let alone out of the race, a la the privatization of Social Security.

    Not that limiting or eliminating the EPA shouldn’t happen, but the political reality cannot be ignored: it ain’t happening.

  2. I don’t think it would be possible to reform the EPA. It must be abolished and a new agency, along the lines that Zubrin talks about, put in it’s place.

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