reply to post by stanguilles7
It's all to do with property rights.
If you OWN your property and PB comes in and does something they aren't suppose to then let the courts deal with it. You don't need a government
bureaucrazy telling you what is acceptible for your land.
For example, the EPA may think that a little bit of fluoride run-off or water contamination is ok; I however consider ANY contamination of my land to
With the EPA having those "regulations" in place, the property owners have no recourse and must rely on the government to get the job done.
Without the EPA the land owner may take his claim to court and be proven either right or wrong by a jury or a judge.
Which would be much faster and much more effective as corporations aren't afraid of governments, all their friend's work there. They are however
afraid of the common people, like the jury.
Not so much the jduge cause you know they can be bought, but the judicial system is a much more effective avenue than the government approach when it
comes to getting things done.