Skip to comments.Taxing Carbon in the Name of Climate Change
Posted on 08/01/2014 7:42:57 AM PDT by Sean_Anthony
The former Treasury Secretary Robert E. Rubin wrote in the Washington Post on July 27, 2014, How ignoring climate change could sink the U.S. economy.
Not counting the non-enforced southern border and the hordes of new and lawless Democrat citizens who demand their fair share of the American dream now turned into a welfare nightmare, the national debt is most likely to sink the economy sooner than any other variable and that includes climate change that has been changing for millennia.
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using “Climate Change” as an excuse to tax energy use.
I hope no Liberals find out about the rest of the Periodic Table.
Little Bubby Rubin needs to write a piece entitled “How Paying Attention To Climate Change Could Line My Pockets (And Save Bill DeBlasio and Chris Christie’s A$$ets!)”.
Sorry but anytime anyone from Wall Street writes about climate change and its impact on the economy, and does not disclose the proposed carbon exchange to be headquartered in NYC, they immediately lose credibility. Not that they had any at first, and especially not Bob Rubin (given his little performance at Citi in the months leading up to the financial crisis— and walking away with over $100m after it was over while others lost everything).
just the ones that get them high
I've long thought that the motivation behind taxing carbon (the chemical basis of all life forms) is simply a way to tax all of life. And of course, the more you tax something, the less you get of it.
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