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Facing a triple threat: Doha, EPA and Congress
Right Side News ^ | 03 December 2012 | Paul Driessen

Posted on 12/03/2012 11:12:44 AM PST by arthurus

Climate alarmists are meeting in Doha, Qatar, to hammer out a new international treaty to replace the Kyoto Protocol that expires this year. The US Environmental Protection Agency is poised to unleash its first wave of carbon dioxide regulations. And Congress is teaming up with the White House to legislate taxes on hydrocarbon use and CO2 emissions, on top of pending tax hike on “the rich.” This serious triple threat to our energy, economy, jobs, living standards, health and welfare is justified by assertions that the actions will stabilize Earth’s climate and prevent a litany of global warming horrors.

Our planet’s climate has never been stable, and never will be. There is no empirical evidence that carbon dioxide drives climate change, or that greenhouse gases have supplanted the complex and interrelated natural forces that have produced big and little ice ages, floods and droughts, stormy and quiescent periods throughout the ages.

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TOPICS: Business/Economy; Culture/Society; Government
KEYWORDS: climate

1 posted on 12/03/2012 11:13:11 AM PST by arthurus
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To: arthurus

“Because Kyoto worked out so well....”


2 posted on 12/03/2012 11:32:15 AM PST by Uncle Miltie (Working is for suckers.)
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