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The Renewable Fuel Standards Boondoggle

Daniel982 Wrote: Dec 06, 2012 10:02 PM
It's the formaldehyde that results from burning alcohol in an engine and the unnecessary cost inflicted on food that I object to.

Although it was created with the best of intentions, the federal government’s Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS) program has become one of the worst and most costly boondoggles ever foisted on the American public.

Its goal was to reduce American dependence on foreign oil and incentivize the fledging renewable fuel industry. But in the hands of the Obama Administration’s Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), it has become a nightmarish mess of out-of-control mandates, over-the-top bureaucracy, and out-and-out fraud.

The RFS was launched in 2005 to ensure that renewable fuels were blended into the nation’s motor vehicle fuel supply. In 2007, RFS2 raised...