Monday, November 07, 2005

This from today's New York Times:Estimates are that by the end of the decade, an area larger than the state of Delaware will have been laid waste by dynamite and bulldozer. The Bush administration's report, issued in the name of environmental impact, will only speed this course.The Army Corps of Engineers, so busy lately repairing the levee devastation in New Orleans, has been just as busy rubber-stamping permits to mountain strip.

Read the entire piece and try to convince yourself that the Bush administration is staffed with human beings. Despite the clear role that wetlands play in hurricane protection, does anyone truly believe that thisadministration will get behind coastal restoration?

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