I hear Global Warming was also responsible for ObamaCare
I hear Global Warming was also responsible for ObamaCare, the National Debt and Obama's poor golf game.
The House will pass legislation next week that would restore the flow of water to farms, homes and businesses in California's Central Valley, to help victims of what congressional Republicans say is a drought that is being made worse by the Obama administration.
In 2009, the Obama administration upset that agreement by requiring the diversion of water away from farmers and residents to help ensure enough water for salmon and a three-inch fish called the Delta smelt. The Obama administration justified this under the Endangered Species Act (ESA), but California Republicans say this decision led to a government-created drought for regions of California's Central Valley.
The bill would require California to restore water deliveries to the Central Valley that were made under the 1994 Bay Delta Accord, which the GOP says was a compromise between residents, farms, environmentalists, and the state and federal government.
"Environmentalists have decided that fish are more important than the unemployed," said House Majority Whip Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.). He said the bill "puts families before fish."
Earlier in the day, the Obama administration said it opposes the bill and Obama would veto it if it made it to his desk.
Obama has a better idea. Of course.
Obama on Friday will travel to California to announce new executive actions to combat the state’s drought and will attribute the growing frequency of such conditions to climate change.
Obama will announce the expediting of $100 million in assistance for livestock producers, $60 million in food-bank funding for families affected by the drought and another $15 million for areas nationwide most severely harmed by dry conditions.
On a broader level, the president will use his trip to Fresno, Calif. to urge leaders to do more to fight climate change. The president will call for a $1 billion “climate resilience fund” in his budget next month, according to the White House.
Just no actual water. But $1 billion for the Green Mafia's Eco-Hoax that is impoverishing farmers and ranchers.