At a time where the President has the audacity, to stand up in front of the American People, and say we need to cut entitlements, I say call the kettle black, why not cut the countries Sustainable Programs, to which neither you nor I approved of as they were implemented into the budget, without our permissions.
When did your Congressman or Senator tell you about all of these new programs to which cost a bundle? Either they too were left in the dark or they failed to let their boss know what is going on. We are the boss, remember; we voted them in!
Did you know that we are “Sustainable” according to Agenda 21, the Federal Government and its agencies, too which I say ought to be trimmed to cut out like a malignant cancer that it is! “Sustainability and Sustainable - to create and maintain conditions, under which humans and nature can exist in productive harmony, that permit fulfilling the social, economic, and other requirement of present and future generations of Americans (EO 13423, Section 9 and EO 13514, Section 19(l)).”
HM, I thought I was doing a pretty good job with my bird feeders and all but when you read that to which the government is telling you how to act towards nature; how dare they intrude into my backyard without permissions!
Remember a couple of days ago, the President scaring those with disabilities and seniors as they may not get their checks because others will not succumb to his ways? First, that was a lie, as Social Security is not involved in the process at all and through its Trust Fund, there is enough dollars for all. Scar tactics to false information is propaganda; much akin to what was heard in Germany, prior to WWII, by the 'little Corporal.' But here is a fact, not a lie or a scare tactic: the Federal Government, has a Agenda 21 web page. It too has all its 126 or so agencies, orders, agendas, tools and guidance pertaining to:
EO 13514 and procurement, please see the Acquisition Program Area.
For guidance pertaining to EO 13514 and chemical management, please see the Chemical Management Program Area.
For guidance pertaining to EO 13514 and electronics stewardship, please see the Electronics Stewardship Program Area.
For guidance pertaining to EO 13514 and EMS, please see the EMS Program Area.
For guidance pertaining to EO 13514 and energy, please see the Energy Program Area.
For guidance pertaining to EO 13514 and greenhouse gases (GHG), please see the Greenhouse Gases Program Area.
For guidance pertaining to EO 13514 and high performance buildings, please see the High Performance Buildings Program Area.
For guidance pertaining to EO 13514 and natural resources, please see the Natural Resources Program Area.
For guidance pertaining to EO 13514 and NEPA, please see the NEPA Program Area.
For guidance pertaining to EO 13514 and pollution prevention, please see the Pollution Prevention Program Area.
For guidance pertaining to EO 13514 and transportation, please see the Transportation Program Area.
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Conferences and Events
I'll bet that adds up to a lot of hay! If we need to trim down, why is it not that our Commander in Chief is not losing a little weight too; as these are all implemented by him and previous presidents. Put your money where you mouth is President Obama! Trim down your tree and then others too may see over the top...
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United Nations Conference on Environment & Development Rio de Janerio, Brazil, 3 to 14 June 1992
Identifies a series of developmental and environmental objectives. It reflects a global consensus and political commitment at the highest level on development and environment cooperation. Its successful implementation is first and foremost the responsibility of Governments. National strategies, plans, policies and processes are crucial in achieving this. International cooperation should support and supplement such national efforts. In this context, the United Nations system has a key role to play. Other international, regional and subregional organizations are also called upon to contribute to this effort. The broadest public participation and the active involvement of the non-governmental organizations and other groups should also be encouraged.
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