Skip to comments.Response to the SOTU address: Efforts to cap CO2 emissions are adverse to human health and welfare
Posted on 02/02/2014 9:15:32 AM PST by rktman
In his State of the Union address, President Obama advocated an energy policy aimed at reducing emissions of carbon dioxide (CO2), which he claims are causing catastrophic changes to the earths climate and harming western communities. In his policy prescription, the president advocates a combination of increased regulation of the energy and transportation industries and more government spending on research designed to bring low-carbon-emitting sources of energy, i.e., so-called renewables, to market. He considers those actions to be the only viable options leading to a cleaner, safer planet.
But the presidents concerns for the planet are based upon flawed and speculative science; and his policy prescription is a recipe for failure.
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Does everyone know that we all produce CO2? With every breath you take, you are exhaling CO2. That means we are all officially a source of pollution.
Some pollute more than others. ;>} Maybe they should do the earth a favor and quit breathing.
Not to mention hawks and eagles. They're being chopped up by the thousands thanks to the "environmentally friendly" windmills environmentalist love.
As CO2 increases so does plant life. Reducing CO2 reduces plant life. Simple.
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We need more American Bald Eagles chopped up by windmills because those evil birds emit carbon dioxide. Besides, Eagles are inherently racist symbols.
Lucky for the waring blender operators, the got a pass on shredding eagles. Maybe if the donate the feathers to native Americans they’ll even get some sort of award or something. You know due to their being culturally sensitive.
The states have never delegated to the feds, via the Constitution, the specific power to regulate things like CO2.