Here's a good one: In the Northwest, for years many species of Salmon have been on the Endangered Species Act, and so their habitat is protected. No clear cutting along their rivers and no development. They will only breed in silt free, pebble covered river bottoms. Here's the amazingly clever way that the Bush-led EPA has now gotten around that: Include hatchery fish in the Salmon count! You've got to admit, that is diabolically clever.
Anyway, in the (formerly) endanged Coho Salmon habitat, the logging and developing (and river dumping) has already begun. Here's how it played out: They just capture a bunch of wild Coho fingerlings and throw them into a hatchery - then they count all the fish as Cohos! The Coho numbers came up to a high enough level (counting hatchery fish) that they were taken off the ESA and the formally forbidden terrain was opened to logging and development. Another victory for the Bush team! I can't wait to see how he sells it: "We've led the fight to restore the Cohos to their rightful place in the environment and saved another species." Hurray!