More on the MLPA Front!


Feb 9, 2007
San Diego
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Not sure if this has been posted, but thought I'd share this link, was browsing on a nfl football site and saw this chit... looks like the battle is getting larger

this makes my blood boil
It was in a flash ad like below!


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Sep 17, 2007
Long Beach, CA
Michael Munn
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20 foot, Searay
Look who some of their board members are!!! Talk about a conflict of interest at the state government level! Gee, no wonder the MLPA "hearings" seemed like a fraud! Oh, that's because it was a fraud! The state is STEALING land from us that we own. Another well funded eco-terrorist group! Looking at some of their board members, it is probably with our own dollars. They are probably raping the DFG budget to f-us with the fraudulent process. And look who they endorse in elections, statists and socialists! A bunch of tree hugging m-fer's! Okay, you got my blood boiling now too.
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who hooked who
Sep 24, 2006
Anaheim Hills
Boat Name
Freefrom Boats Club
"PSO backers are trying to stop Florida’s efforts to protect the manatee, they support the killing of sea lions in California…and now have turned their attention to blocking protection of California’s coastal marine life."

Do these creeps care about the seeds of hate and division that they are sowing or is that "the plan" ? Do they want physical harm to come to us ? Do they understand the FACT that some could get EMOTINALLY invested in this hate speech, the "some" who are fully capable of acting out against good people ? This is pure hate speech cloaked in a heart-string tug.

Hmmm....I wonder if the eco-bots are aware of what "great" stewards of the environment they really are.

This poisioning given to us by the ecos beloved EPA:

MTBE in Fuels

What is MTBE?
MTBE (methyl tertiary-butyl ether) is a chemical compound that is manufactured by the chemical reaction of methanol and isobutylene. MTBE is produced in very large quantities (over 200,000 barrels per day in the U.S. in 1999) and is almost exclusively used as a fuel additive in motor gasoline. It is one of a group of chemicals commonly known as "oxygenates" because they raise the oxygen content of gasoline. At room temperature, MTBE is a volatile, flammable and colorless liquid that dissolves rather easily in water.
Why is it used?
MTBE has been used in U.S. gasoline at low levels since 1979 to replace lead as an octane enhancer (helps prevent the engine from "knocking"). Since 1992, MTBE has been used at higher concentrations in some gasoline to fulfill the oxygenate requirements set by Congress in the 1990 Clean Air Act Amendments. (A few cities, such as Denver, used oxygenates (MTBE) at higher concentrations during the wintertime in the late 1980's.)
Oxygen helps gasoline burn more completely, reducing harmful tailpipe emissions from motor vehicles. In one respect, the oxygen dilutes or displaces gasoline components such as aromatics (e.g., benzene) and sulfur. In another, oxygen optimizes the oxidation during combustion. Most refiners have chosen to use MTBE over other oxygenates primarily for its blending characteristics and for economic reasons.
What are the oxygenate requirements of the Clean Air Act?
The Clean Air Act Amendments of 1990 (CAA) require the use of oxygenated gasoline in areas with unhealthy levels of air pollution.

MTBE is not exclusive to your water. The fallout from MTBE covers damn near EVERYTHING. Urban runoff has carried metric tonnage of MTBE out to sea. We do not know what the long-term effects of this widespread contamination will be.

It's time to start throwing sharp elbows with these folks.

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