Just in case California left any possible ability for businesses to succeed.
(jk, in case you're wondering)
My question is this. How much longer before CA asks for a bankruptcy? Because I figure it could be in as little as three to four years. Again, when one looks at the deficits, you don’t see a good picture. Nationally, the debt and interest alone have just recently exceeded our defense spending. This is sick.
How many allowances does China have to buy for its coal plants which send smoke all the way to California?
Newsbytes: Green Energy Policy Threatening Europes Industrial Base
Leading European companies announced job losses totalling more than 10,000 on Wednesday, underlining the scale of problems facing the continents manufacturers. Vestas, the worlds largest wind turbine manufacturer, said 2,000 jobs would be cut after it posted an almost doubling of pre-tax losses in the face of falling prices and fierce competition from China. The Vestas cuts underline the crisis in the renewable energy sector and will reduce its workforce to 16,000 by the end of 2013 from nearly 23,000 just a year ago. The Guardian, 8 November 2012
Britain will need to invest 330 billion pounds in its energy sector, excluding networks, by 2030 and return its economy to growth to meet carbon emissions reduction targets, the London School of Economics said in a report on Thursday. The investments are needed to build new power plants, retrofit existing ones with carbon-reduction technology and to limit energy demand. Reuters, 8 November 2012
[but Kalifornia can impose a crazy cap’n-trade scheme and it will only produce more Skittles out of the arse of the Unicorns as they fly over the rainbow with the pot of gold on each end.]
In just a few short years we have all become wholly owned subsidiaries of the health insurance and fraudulent green industries. First it was a pulse, now it’s the act of exhaling.
This dope thinks it’s a good thing!! And Hurricane Sandy had absolutely zero to do with global warming or whatever they call it this year.
More business’s will be leaving Kalifornia.
Scamsters..... this is the honey-pot.
Power plants and oil refineries will have to purchase these carbon credits. Do you think they will absorb these increased costs of production or pass them on to the consumer? Rhetorical question.
Refiners and gas stations make 10-25 cents per gallon on a product that costs $3.50 Their margins can’t change if they want to stay in business so they will have to pass the costs on to the public. This will result in lower sales volumes which means that they will have to also increase their margins on top of the added carbon tax.
Also expect $250 a yard for concrete
When these idiots come up with this stuff and try to defend it, I ask them one simple question. If gas goes to $25 a gallon, who is it going to hurt most ... you or Al Gore, Buffett, Clintons, etc.?
What global warming!?
If you repeat a lie often enough...
I would be more concerned about a catastrophic earthquake, or even an asteroid hitting California, before I would worry about global warming, man-made or natural. Maybe they could start a shake and bake tax scheme, and cover both earthquakes and global warming together.
God help those stuck behind the Tinsel Curtain.