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The Clean Air Act and the interstate commerce clause have been chosen as the means to enslave U.S. citizens by the federal government. It’s time to get tough on our public serpents and refuse to let them threaten us. They work for us, and we can refuse to pay them if they forget their place.
Conservatives exhale CO2. That is absolute proof that CO2 is harmful and should be banned. :)
Rush just said today that the first thing the Republicans should do is repeal the law phasing out the incandescent bulb. I think that’s brilliant, it would shed more light (pun intended) on the unjust criminalization of CO2.
On election day, when New Mexico elected a new Republican governor and a slew of new republican legislators, Gov. Richardson's environmental board, stacked in favor of the radical environmentalists, adopted mandatory cap and trade carbon rules that will cost the state an estimated 3 billion dollars and tens of thousands of jobs. During public meetings prior to the decision, citizens in all areas of the state attended to protest the draconian rules that would, in effect, take away good paying private industry jobs. Both Richardson's Lt. Gov (running for governor) and Republican Martinez (who won) were against the proposal. Even the ABQ Journal editorialized that it was a job killer.
The good news is that the new Republican governor will one way or another nullify the board action and the legislature hopefully will put a stop to this in the future unless the "settled" science shows it is a real problem and not a wealth redistribution and de-industrialization scheme.
See also this new thread:
New Mexico to Implement First-in-the-Nation Rules to Reduce GW Pollutants from Multiple Sectors
posted on 11/10/2010 11:01:05 AM PST
(Tagline being updated...)
Meanwhile the idiot voters in California allowed an economy killing cap and trade schemem to remain state law.
posted on 11/10/2010 11:01:57 AM PST
(This post is not a statement of fact. It is merely a personal opinion -- or humor -- or both)
All plants on Earth want more CO2. When grown with more CO2 in the air around them, they grow faster, are more robust, need less fertilizer, and require less water.
It's ironic that environuts use the term "green" to describe attempts to reduce CO2 levels.
posted on 11/10/2010 11:04:04 AM PST
(When Obama succeeds, America fails.)
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