Tex. Gov. Perry prays for weaker EPA, Obama
In a recent interview, Texas Gov. Rick Perry, a friend of Florida Gov. Rick Scott and a likely GOP presidential candidate, says that he prays for the president to “ask that his EPA back down these regulations that are causing businesses to hesitate to spend money.” #
From CBN News: #
Frankly I pray for the president every day. I pray for his wisdom, I pray that God will open his eyes. I wish this president would turn back the health care law that’s been passed, ask that his EPA back down these regulations that are causing businesses to hesitate to spend money. #
Many environmentalists and citizens groups argue that EPA regulations of water, air and emissions could potentially lead to a better economic climate. Industries (especially in Florida) like tourism, real estate and fishing all benefit from a clean environment. #
Last February, Perry sued the EPA over its decision to regulate greenhouse gas emissions as a pollutant. Recently, he put his faith under a national spotlight with The Response, a large-scale prayer event that caused a stir in Texas and across the country.#
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