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Tag: Cap & Trade
By JGillman, Section News
when did our sitting US senators forget what is of critical consequence to Michigan? At what point did the fat globules break loose and stop the flow of blood to the brains of Senators Levin and Stabenow? Do they understand, or even CARE about the business and manufacturing communities in Michigan who use electricity as a part of the creation of goods?
If you though it was bad already be prepared for "bad" multiplied by ___<--Insert large number here.
Carl Levin and Debbie Stabenow had an opportunity to stand up for Michigan, and its economic interests, and the jobs of its residents. They had a chance in a vote held yesterday to say to the EPA, that CO2 is NOT a pollutant to be regulated by the agency, particularly in light of the climate-gate scandal that demonstrates the science was never truly settled. They had a chance to demonstrate they actually are paying attention to those developments showing the climate change "science" to be a fabrication of grant seeking opportunists willing to exchange their souls for a few coins.
Let me get your imaginations started on what MUST happen now that the regulatory beast of the federal government has been given new freshly sharpened teeth.
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The wife and I returned to an era of cereal box Christmases this year. Times are tough, and sometimes you have to make do..
Well.. things are still a little better than they were then, but we are getting ready for the next round of thievery by our "servants" in Lansing and DC.
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You know around here there is sometimes a pretty severe lack of support for our elected folks who stray from the reservation too far, and somehow don't even recognize when they have done so. It can be an ugly sight.
Among some of them, Candace Miller has been the target of more than a few words on occasion within these pages because of political stands which fly in the face of what many of us see as "right" or at the very least "Republican" even when her primary opposition is far worse.. Of course sometimes.. we HAVE to do that.
At the same time, it is highly appropriate to laud the efforts, or at the very least note the quite proper commentary Representative Miller has published on behalf of Michigan and its punished economy due to the great global warming hoax.
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OK, the title is a little misleading, but the reality is that the policies this administration advocates leaves no room for a state that thrives on manufacturing, hunting, health care, tourism, or agriculture.
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