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Waxman argues the American people need to be penalized
with punitive energy taxes that will cost about $2,700 per family of 4
to reduce the carbon footprint of man on the environment when
reducing Co2 is actually detrimental, not helpful, to mankind.

House Engery & Commerce Subcommittee Chairman Henry Waxman asked former House Speaker Newt Gingrich [R-GA] if he thought the only way to incentivize a country is by offering them more and more carrots? Waxman said, "...Sometimes you have to say to incentivize you we're going to give you some assistance, but there are going to be consequences." Consequences to making the average family-of-four pay $2,700.00 more for their electricity because eco-idiots believe farting cows and the heat from the bodies of oversexed people cause global warming? The "consequences" that need to be "implemented" is Waxman and his ilk in both the House and Senate getting fired in Nov., 2010 for saddling the US taxpayer. But, before that, they need to take a primer course in the real causes of global warming and perhaps even a primer on the cyclic nature of climate change. Eighty-seven percent of the scientists in the world are adamant that global warming, and cooling, is cyclic. The 13% who don't are paid advocates for global warming. There's something seriously wrong with that scenario, and we have to make the politicians who allow the oil industry and the eco-alarmists to create a fictitious crisis that will profit them accountable

 

 

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