We’re From The Government And We’re Here To Help You

On Sackett v. EPA.

The Sackett case demonstrates why there is a very strong perception that government regulatory agencies are power mad and out of control; trampling on the rights of people and businesses and shredding the Constitution.

And Obama only wants to expand such agencies and control over our lives. Healthcare. The Consumer Protection agency. The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. All based on the assumption that we’re too stupid to make decisions in our OWN lives,and that we need the government to make the choices for us. Agencies that will be run like the EPA, by government workers. Bureaucrats.

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5 Comments on “We’re From The Government And We’re Here To Help You”

  1. Jay in Ames Says:

    And Obama only wants to expand such agencies and control over our lives.

    That’s it in a nutshell. If you don’t believe the government is cool, then you can just move to Somalia or China.

    /moonbat

  2. Car in Says:

    LOL, right.

    What the EPA has become, as evidence by this case, is the natural progressive of government agencies.

    They know better. Submit.


  3. Tyranny of the Expertocracy.

    This leads to some very scary places.

    Francis Schaffer outlined a few in “How Should We Then Live?”

  4. PCachu Says:

    …there is a very strong perception that government regulatory agencies are power mad and out of control;

    and that would be because people have noticed that government regulatory agencies are, in fact, power mad and out of control.

  5. Steve B Says:

    The EPA has outlived it’s usefulness. It’s become a political tool to enforce compliance with a green agenda, which is in itself motivated far more by politics and ideology than any actual concern about the environment.

    This whole “wetlands” thing is used far to often as a form of “eminent domain.” Is suspect that, like IRS audits, it can be used as a form of political retribution for troublemakers, etc.

    The fact that the EPA won’t/can’t point out what it is exactly that makes this property a so-called wetland, suggests that this is either completely arbitrary, or some sort of “gotcha.”


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