Anti-ethanol lobby believes ethanol to be the economy’s “anchor baby”

January 21, 2016 |

In Washington, in the run up to the Iowa caucus voices of the anti-ethanol are starting to get creative in order to rise above the din of the Cruz vs Branstad noise, now referring to ethanol as the economy’s “anchor baby”. The term refers to immigrants who give birth in the US, or “drop an anchor,” in order to remain in the country. This analogy about ethanol is meant to covey how “the Washington cartel ethanol lobbyists have violated our sovereignty as individual consumers and used the boot of government to mandate that we only purchase fuel blended with their ineffective product.”

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