Gov't Incompetence

Obama Now Owns the Puddles On Your Property

By: Laura Meyers

You just think you can splash in the puddles after its rained? You think you can just destroy federal property like that? You noob. Obama owns all the puddles now. And streams. And creeks. And rills, ditches, brooks, rivulets, burns, tributaries, and wetlands.

The Obama administration, along with the Environmental Protection Agency and Army Corps of Engineers, announced that a new Executive Order will give the federal government expanded control of the nation’s wetlands.

“Water is the lifeblood of healthy people and healthy economies,” said Gina McCarthy, the EPA’s administrator. “We have a duty to protect it. That’s why E.P.A. and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers are finalizing a Clean Water Rule later this spring to protect critical streams and wetlands that are currently vulnerable to pollution and destruction.”

Speaker John Boehner pointed out the obvious by stating, “House Members of both parties have joined more than 30 governors and government leaders to reject EPA’s disastrous…rule.  These leaders know firsthand that the rule is being shoved down the throats of hardworking people with no input, and places landowners, small businesses, farmers, and manufacturers on the road to a regulatory and economic hell.”

Who would’ve thought? Just like the roads, without the federal government, who would we have to keep our water clean?

Well, I’ll tell just who. Here’s a pretty, little list of private companies that focus on preventing water contamination, wetland habitat rehabilitation:

  1. JP Morgan
  2. United Water Resources Inc.
  3. Citizen’s Energy Group
  4. Southwest Water Company
  5. Aqua America
  6. Tecon Water Co.
  7. Middlesex Water Company
  8. Water Environment Federation
  9. American Water
  10. Aquarion Water Company
  11. Artesian Water Company
  12. utilities, Inc.
  13. Avon Water Company
  14. Baycliff Water
  15. Beaver Dam Lake Water Corp.
  16. Beckley Water Company
  17. Benbow Water Company
  18. Broadkiln Beach Water Company
  19. Brooke Water, LLC
  20. California WAter Service Group
  21. CH2M
  22. Chaparral City Water Company
  23. College Utilities Corporation
  24. Columbia Water Company
  25. Connecticut Water Company
  26. Daufuskie Island Utility Company
  27. Dover Water Company
  28. Dudley Water Supply, Inc.
  29. EPCOR Water Arizona
  30. EPCOR Water New Mexico
  31. Fayson Lake Water Company
  32. Forest Lake Park
  33. Geyserville Water Works
  34. Golden Heart Utilities, Inc.
  35. Golden State Water Company
  36. Gordon’s Corner Water Company
  37. Graeagle Water Company
  38. Hances Point Utilities Company
  39. Hidden Valley Utility Services L.P.
  40. Hill Water Works, Inc.
  41. Indian Springs Water Company
  42. Long Neck Water Company
  43. Lucas Estates Water Company
  44. Manwalamink Water Company
  45. Middlesex Water Company
  46. Milford Water Company
  47. Newtown Artesian Water Company
  48. Park Water Company
  49. Pennichuck Water Works, Inc.
  50. Pennsylvania Utility Company
  51. Peoples Water Service Company
  52. Plymouth Water Company
  53. Rainbow Water Company
  54. Robin Hood Lakes Water Company, Inc.
  55. Rose Valley Water Company
  56. Rosemount Water Company, Inc.
  57. Roxiticus Water Company
  58. Rural Atlantic Water Company, Inc.
  59. San Gabriel Valley Water Company
  60. San Jose Water Company
  61. Saratoga Glen Hollow Water Supply
  62. SB Water Company
  63. Shorelands Water Company, Inc.
  64. Shoshone Estates Water Company
  65. Southcentral Utilities, Inc.
  66. Bermuda Water Company
  67. Carolina Water Service
  68. Lake Utilities Inc.
  69. Massanutten Public Service Corporation
  70. Penn Estates Utilities
  71. Twin Lakes Utilities, Inc.
  72. Utilities, Inc. of Central NV
  73. Utilities, Inc. of Georgia
  74. Utilities, Inc. of Louisiana
  75. Utilities Services of SC, Inc.
  76. Water Service Corporation of Kentucky
  77. Whispering Hills Water
  78. Superior Water Company
  79. Sussex Shores Water Company
  80. The Sandy Point Water Company
  81. Monarch Utilities
  82. Torrington Water Company
  83. Twin Lakes Water Works Corporation
  84. Valencia Water Company
  85. United Water Bethel
  86. United Water Delaware
  87. United Water Idaho
  88. United Water New Jersey
  89. United Water New Rochelle
  90. United Water New York
  91. United Water Pennsylvania
  92. United Water Rhode Island
  93. United Water Toms River
  94. United Water Westchester
  95. Valley Water Systems, Inc.
  96. Tidewater Utilities, Inc
  97. Suburban Water Systems
  98. Southwest Water Utilities
  99. Veolia North America
  100. Voyager Water Company
  101. Walden Corporation
  102. Washington Water Service Company
  103. Waterflow Pike, Inc.
  104. West Hawaii Water Company
  105. West San Martin Water Works
  106. West Service Corporation
  107. Westport Harbor Aqueduct Company
  108. Whitinsville Water Company
  109. York Water Company

Obama’s EPA rules are all wet.

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