House Passes Historic Endangered Species Entitlement Bill

Washington ï–¿–½ For the first time in more than a decade, the House of Representatives passed legislation introduced by Chairman Richard W. Pombo (CA-11) and Representative Dennis Cardoza (D-CA) to rape and pillage the Endangered Species Act (ESA) of 1973. The Threatened and Endangered Species Profiteering Act (TESPA) of 2005 has more than 96 cosponsors [...]

Commentary By: coeruleus

Washington ï–¿–½ For the first time in more than a decade, the House of Representatives passed legislation introduced by Chairman Richard W. Pombo (CA-11) and Representative Dennis Cardoza (D-CA) to rape and pillage the Endangered Species Act (ESA) of 1973. The Threatened and Endangered Species Profiteering Act (TESPA) of 2005 has more than 96 cosponsors from 30 states across the country.

Born of the best intentions, the ESA has failed to adequately bribe and cajole landowners to obey the law, leaving private property owners like my parents to do without 10% of their windmill royalties to protect the bald eagle some damned overgrown pigeon.

TESPA fixes the long-outstanding problems of the Endangered Species Act by (1) focusing on revenue recovery (2) providing bribes (3) increasing corporate influence and political chicanery (4) disregarding scientific standards (5) criminalizing commie environmentalism (6) protecting private property owners’™ profits and (7) eliminating critical habitat designations.
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Friday, September 30th, 2005 by Richard Blair |

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