American Lung Association with EPA funds targets Rep. Fred Upton


H/t to Kenny Solomon.

Take a look at this, guys. How low can they go? Rep. Fred Upton (R-MI#6), chair of the House Energy and Commerce Committee went home to his constituents in Kalamazoo to find one of these right across the street from his office:

ALA billboard

There are three others in other parts of the district.

Upton and Senator James Inhofe (R-OK) have introduced companion bills in attempts to rein in the over-reaching EPA that seems to be intruding way too far into our lives. Upton’s bill passed committee earlier this month. Inhofe has attached his bill to a small business bill.

So one wonders how the EPA fits into this? The EPA has given over $20 million to the American Lung Association over the last 10 years, $78,000 to the ALA of Michigan:


Cute kid, isn’t she. Really tugs at your heart strings.

Just what they want.

Carol Greenberg

Crossposted at Conservative Outlooks
@LadyImpactOhio on twitter

0 0 vote
Article Rating
Deplorable Reagan Conservative. Pro-life, pro 2A. Waiting for Obama's "legacy" to be undone.

Twitter: @LadyImpactOhio

"We the People tell government what to do. It does not tell us."__Ronald Reagan in his farewell speech.

Leave a Reply

Notify of
Newest Most Voted
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments
March 24, 2011 7:54 am

This is what the libs do. They always use a victim, the kids or whoever. While the Republicans are trying to cut spending, it would be wise for Upton to point out this $20 grand in spending as wasteful partisan advertising on the House floor. He could turn this back on them by saying what necessary or needed programs would have been helped with that $20 grand that was wasted.

Brian Hibbert
March 24, 2011 9:09 am

What authority did the EPA have to be handing money to private organizations? Was this written into some law that allowed them to give money to organizations for “public education” or some other purpose? Or did the management of the EPA take it upon himself to spend US taxpayer money on causes that fit their political agenda?

If this was unauthorized, heads should roll. If this was authorized by law, I agree with SEC, Upton and others should be making LOUD noises about these slush funds that are buried in most bills.

Queen Hotchibobo
March 24, 2011 10:39 am

It would be easier for me to take leftists concerns seriously if they exhibited even a tiny bit of sincerity or honesty in their assertions.

As it is, they can go pound sand. I hold them in utter and complete contempt. And when the ALA joins with them this way, they eliminate any chance that I will ever support their group, the same way AARP destroyed their chances during the Bush Administration.