A constitutional right for all auto owners to use ethanol
This is America: Contrary to Environmental Protection Agency statements, all auto owners have the self-evident, unalienable, constitutional right to save typically several dollars per tank by choosing to splash blended 94 octane, thus premium hal...
This is America: Contrary to Environmental Protection Agency statements, all auto owners have the self-evident, unalienable, constitutional right to save typically several dollars per tank by choosing to splash blended 94 octane, thus premium half E85/E30's more power, same mileage, and cleaner engines and lower maintenance costs. It protects them and especially their most vulnerable children from gasoline octane's poisonous benzene and other polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon (PAH) emissions identical to those found in cigarette smoke.
There is no recommended safe level of exposure to benzene or cigarette smoke, and ethanol's two carbon molecule simply does not contain or produce them. Plus its added oxygen assures more complete combustion of these and other poisonous carbon based molecules.
Obviously all American auto owners can legally take this E30 challenge by choosing "premium" E30 or blending half E85 when available and practical.
Having served as president of the founding board of the South Dakota Corn Growers Association, I encourage all old founding board members to lead again by coming to and encouraging others to attend the SDCGA annual conference's resolutions meeting at 8:30 a.m. on Jan. 20.
Let's move the revolution we started past the tipping point by voting into policy the above language also recently adopted in South Dakota Farmers Union policy. And let's challenge the EPA to make our day by attempting to sue us for doing so.
For references, Google my home autobiographical website by using keywords "fascinating early SD ethanol history." You will find that South Dakota political ethanol history was bizarre, humorous, and indeed, truth is stranger than fiction.