For Every ACTION There Is A REACTION and YOU Pay for That

Comment By Bob L.
Nov. 14th 2013

Yes for every action there is a reaction, and that reaction is the health of the American people, and the people of the World by Food Contamination (better known as poison to all living things) which in most cases requires WATER, and this Water which is needed to nourish (to sustain with food or nutriment; and supply with what is necessary for life, health, and growth) growth of any food crop, same as it is needed for the human body, then you have foods you depend on that comes out of  Lakes, Rivers, Streams, and Oceans.

I am not a Professor, a Politician, or Environmentalist who take it upon them selves to make decisions on what they think is better for you and the world, these are the people who think that they know better than any one else because it looks good on paper and in books (know it all’s who went to College and came out dumber than they went in), I am just a person just like many who take the time to look at both sides to see the good and bad before going in head first, but no buddy else can see that, but how to make a profit from going forward with it good or bad.

This is a case where G.W.Bush along with then Senator Barack Obama pushed forward on a Green Bill to use Corn to add to Gas to lower the price and amount we buy for crud from other Countries, by doing this they have Polluted our Lakes, Rivers, Streams, and Oceans, along with putting higher concentrations of CO2 into the air by plowing under land that helped cut CO2 to produce Oxygen that is needed by all living things to survive.

What is the carbon dioxide-oxygen cycle?  A:  Humans & plants. Humans inhale oxygen, which is what plants excrete, and then the human excretes carbon dioxide (CO2), which the plants take in. It is scary that these Educated people don’t seem to have a clue of how to take care of CO2 production other than pass laws and tax their way out of it, isn’t that a way to make a profit from doing stupid things against people.

By doing this they had to use Chemical’s to grow more corn and soy bean to produce Ethanol, can you see where this is going, now these chemical’s are filtering down in to our Lakes, Rivers, Streams, and Oceans, these chemical’s are nitrates that cut off Oxygen in our waters, with out that Oxygen that is needed for life living in water, that goes for plants as well as Fish, Clams, Shrimp, and you can go on, and by doing this, it cuts into Jobs that people need, on the Water and Land.    

 AP Investigation:  The hills of southern Iowa bear the scars of America’s push for green energy: The brown gashes where rain has washed away the soil. The polluted streams that dump fertilizer into the water supply

With the Iowa political caucuses on the horizon in 2007, presidential candidate Barack Obama made homegrown corn a centerpiece of his plan to slow global warming. And when President George W. Bush signed a law that year requiring oil companies to add billions of gallons of ethanol to their gasoline each year, Bush predicted it would make the country “stronger, cleaner and more secure.”

Five million acres of land set aside for conservation — more than Yellowstone, Everglades and Yosemite National Parks combined — have vanished on Obama’s watch.

Landowners filled in wetlands. They plowed into pristine prairies, releasing carbon dioxide that had been locked in the soil. You Can read the rest of the story on:  Obama’s green energy drive comes with an unadvertised environmental cost

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