House Passes Climate Bill – WSJ.com

House Passes Climate Bill – WSJ.com

Seems Jimmy Carter had such good luck in the 70’s with the economy and energy practices, we’re gonna try it again.

“We cannot be afraid of the future. And we must not be prisoners of the past,” Mr. Obama said in his regular Saturday radio address. “Don’t believe the misinformation out there that suggests there is somehow a contradiction between investing in clean energy and economic growth.”

Spain sold thier citizen’s that the “Green” intitiative would save jobs too….ask them how that’s worked out!

Now, the house has had thier say, the Senate becomes the focus of what could be the “Largest single tax increase”, the saddest part…1200 pages and no-one has read it. Sound familiar? NO ONE reads them.

House Minority Leader John Boehner lambasted the Democratic bill for more than an hour Friday evening before the final vote. He mocked provisions covering everything from energy-efficient loan standards for Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac to the definition of “renewable biomass” to the establishment of “green” banking centers. “Is there anything we’re not regulating in this bill?” he said.

House Minority Leader attempted to read aloud, as the Dems introduce a 300 page amendment just before the vote…

Right before our eyes, we’re being “hood winked!”


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One Response to House Passes Climate Bill – WSJ.com

  1. JC says:

    People need to wake-up and start paying attention of what is happening to this country! Too many bad changes… too quickly. Next Target in sight is creating socialized health care. If this is accomplished, it will be one change that cannot be easily reversed!

    “President Obama and his Democratic allies are in a race to pass these measures, and more, before Americans have time to look up from their ever-diminishing 401k statements to take notice. The most recent example of this aggressive push is the House’s narrow passage of an energy package that includes the infamous “cap and trade” — a measure that, if implemented, not only puts more control of our nation’s producers in the hands of government, but will also result in the loss of American jobs and businesses.”

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