6/26/12, "Appalling: Court cites YouTube cartoon in upholding EPA law-breaking on greenhouse gases," JunkScience.com, Steve Milloy
"The DC Circuit Court of Appeals actually cited a YouTube cartoon video in its effort to assist EPA break the law with respect to greenhouse gas regulation.
"We have serious doubts as to whether, for standing purposes, it is ever “likely” that Congress will enact legislation at all. After all, a proposed bill must make it through committees in both the House of Representatives and the Senate and garner a majority of votes in both chambers
- —overcoming, perhaps, a filibuster in the Senate.
If passed, the bill must then be signed into law by the President, or go back to Congress so that it may attempt to override his veto. As a generation of schoolchildren knows, “by that time, it’s very unlikely that [a bill will] become
a law. It’s not easy to become a law.” Schoolhouse Rock, I’m J u s t a B i l l , a t 2 : 4 1 , a v a i l a b l e a t http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=7266360872513258185# (last visited June 1, 2012). [Emphasis added]" via Tom Nelson