Comments for: NH House votes to ban ethanol in gasoline

Posted March 07, 2012, at 3:35 p.m.

CONCORD, N.H. — New Hampshire’s House has voted to ban corn-based ethanol as a gasoline additive. The ban would not take effect unless at least two other New England states do the same. A similar proposal has not been approved in the rest of the region. The House voted Wednesday …

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  • Anonymous

    It’s nice that NH has guts on this issue.  Ethanol is terrible for small engines, and doesn’t last in storage as long.  All of the enviro-nazis who are socialistic liberals love this whole ethanol thing for the contrived environmental benefits, but at the same time they ignore the hypocrisy that is driving food prices through the roof and terrorizing poor food buyers in all of Mexico, and Central & South America where corn is a huge staple.  Aren’t socialists supposed to care about the very poor, or are they mostly just self-serving liberals of convenience with a guilty conscience inserted into their psyche by a biased media and leftist educational system?  Hmmmm.

  • Anonymous

    good for them. Where are the wombats on this position?
    notice how Agent P rovacteur spins this into a liberal disaster.LOL
    Time to rename him Agent Slick. Got caught trying to brand the liberals as bad guys.Things
    must be slow down at the FBI Fusion Center, eh?
    Here is one of those Liberal Tree Huggers he is talking about.
    http://www.news.cornell.edu/Chronicle/01/8.23.01/Pimentel-ethanol.html

  • geo

    Good.
    Ethanol is bad for engines, expensive, reduces milage, has huge carbon footprint.
    It was a bad idea then and it’s a bad idea now.

  • Anonymous

    …subsidized, efficiency reducing, size 22 carbon footprint ethanol needs to be removed from my gasoline ! !…hooray NH !…

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