Skip to comments.Cap and Trade is Slavery
Posted on 04/27/2009 7:54:57 AM PDT by Alaphiah123
The days of slavery are back. No not the archaic 17th and 18th century physical type, this is the new 21st Century high tech economic variety. And ironically itll be ushered in by a Black man.
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How stupid do they think we are? Pretty stupid, apparently.
Better to be slaves to foreign oil, right?
The so-called president bowed down, didn’t he?/sarc.
If we really wanted to be free of foreign oil, we would simply drill our own and convert coal to liquids for the rest. We have somewhere around 30% of the worlds supply of coal.
We could also do as France and build out our electricity on 100% nuclear.
But obviously the progressives prefer we be slaves to them.
We have a wealth of our own energy resources we could be exploiting, but Congress has forbidden us to do so. The Congress is enslaving us to foreign oil, not foreigners.
“Slavery” has been back since the ratification of the 16th Amendment to the US Constitution.
By the way, Slavery never left Africa.
OK Whatever it takes. But do you want the government to do nuclear or should private enterprise step up?
It’s all about “Plantation Nation”...
Nuclear should be done by industry, the government is currently blocking it, through regulation and by driving costs sky high.
We should hire the same companies China is using. They used to be the top USA companies in the business.
I’m ready for some Trade and CAP.
Ready to trade Obama and his socialist friends in the Democrap Congress for CAPitalism.
We also have methane gas trapped in the earths crust below the sea and believe that, in the US, there is enough fuel for 300 years, to power virtually everything except vehicles.
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