By Bob L.
When I go to bed at night that is when I do stupid thinking, you see I did not go to College, boy is that not stupid or what, or is that Smart, well I got to thinking all bout this global warming thing and just can not come up with how it works.
Lets see now, if you turn on a light you get taxed, is that right or is it dumb, you use water out of the ground and that is taxed? Now to tax it that means that the GOVERNMENT owns it, this also gos for the Electricity that we use, now who owns that, the Government or the people who pay the utility company for the service, not the Government.
Lets see how can the Government charge Continue reading
Categories: America, Cap & Tax, Climate Change, Corruption, Democrats, Education, Jobs, Lives, money, people, politics, taxes
Tags: Al Gore, Barack Obama, Economy, Global Warming, people
By DAVID NOWAK, Associated Press Writer
MOSCOW – Russia’s heat wave, drought and wildfires — which have killed dozens of people and destroyed millions of acres (hectares) of wheat — are another indication that global warming is causing more weather extremes around the world, a Russian official said Monday. Read the rest of the story.
Categories: America, Cap & Tax, Climate Change, Democrats, government, money, people, politics, taxes
Tags: Al Gore, Barack Obama, Democrats, people, politics
By Bob L.
How can any one do their job if they are never there to see it as it happens, but in Obama’s case he spends so much time flying around the world so he can stay away from the problems here in this Country, that is why he has all his czars, so if some thing gos wrong he can throw them under the bus, because he is not qualified to do the job.
Obama cares more about Africa and the rest of the foreign Countries then he does about this Country, the only thing he wants out of this Country is all the money he can get out of the working people, look how he helps the rich by pushing for CAP & TAX, or is tax & tax until there is no more money to be had.
By JoAnne Allen; editing by Eric Beech
Tue Jul 13
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Nearly 60 percent of American voters say they lack faith in President Barack Obama, according to a public opinion poll published on Tuesday. Continue reading
Categories: America, Cap & Tax, Democrats, government, Jobs, money, people, Republicans, taxes
Tags: Barack Obama, Democrats, people
By Fortune Dale
He’s in charge. Yup, our fearless leader and his minions of public-sector organizers who have the job of cleaning up the massive mess in the gulf. An administration built on people that Ayn Rand would call second-handers.
Individuals who have risen to power based on the ability to bring people together for the sole reason of bringing people together. These are people who feed off the success of others. They use any means necessary to give you “Hope” but they can’t “Change” a thing.
President Obama cannot plug the hole or clean up the spill or administer reparations to those who have lost work because he has never been in charge of anything that required results.
A campaign doesn’t produce anything but people’s opinions. A crisis on the other hand Continue reading
Categories: America, Cap & Tax, government, Jobs, Lives, money, people, politics, taxes
Tags: Barack Obama, Democrats, politics
By: Frank McGuire
Wednesday, 16 Jun 2010
Democracy could “collapse” in Greece, Spain and Portugal unless the debt crisis is controlled, the head of the European Commission reportedly has warned.
Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso recently detailed his “apocalyptic” vision in which crisis-hit countries in southern Europe are jolted by military coups or popular uprisings as interest rates soar and public services collapse because their governments run out of money, the London Daily Mail reported. Continue reading
By SINDYA N. BHANOO
Thursday, March 4, 2010
To meet the Obama administration’s targets for cutting greenhouse gas emissions, some researchers say, Americans may have to experience a sobering reality: gas at $7 a gallon.
To reduce carbon dioxide emissions in the transportation sector 14 percent from 2005 levels by 2020, the cost of driving must simply increase, according to a forthcoming report by researchers at Harvard’s Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs.
The 14 percent target was set in the Environmental Protection Agency’s budget for fiscal 2010. Continue reading
By Dan Holler
Legislative Lowdown: Continuous Gimmickry
As Americans become increasingly skeptical of government, those in power are looking for new ways to describe the same failing policies that are making them unpopular. Repackaging may work for cereals or Hollywood stars, but informed citizens won’t be fooled by such gimmickry when it comes to government spending, taxes, health care and energy policy.
Big Government Stimulus, Again
Last week, President Obama touted the results of his now $862 billion stimulus. He used the failed program’s one-year anniversary to belittle those who opposed it and, at the same time, call for another round of stimulus spending. Despite numerous signs to the contrary, and increasing public anxiety over our nation’s exploding debt, the president and his allies in Congress want to keep spending until they get it right. Continue reading
By Bob L. Sure looks like they want to get away from foreign oil
Is this what you call getting away from foreign dependency stopping exploration in this Country.
This sounds like another LIE from this President who gave how many BILLIONS to BRAZIL to drill for oil there, or is a way to push cap and tax through ( cap oil, then tax it.)
By MATTHEW DALY, Associated Press Writer
Wed Jan 6
WASHINGTON – Interior Secretary Ken Salazar on Wednesday announced policy changes he said will bring more scrutiny and greater public voice in how oil and gas leases are awarded on public lands. Continue reading
RedState Morning Briefing
Posted by Vladimir (Profile)
Thursday, December 17th
If you can’t understand conceptually why a Cap and Trade system is such a bad deal, how about a concrete example?
The European Union is a signatory of the Kyoto Protocols and have been dealing with a Carbon Cap and Trade system for several years. This article in today’s Wall Street Journal shows how the potential profit from the sale of carbon credits directly led to the loss of 1,700 jobs in a British steel plant. Continue reading
By Patrick J. Buchanan
If you would know what Copenhagen is all about, hearken to this nugget in The Washington Post’s report from the Danish capital.
“Ethiopian Prime Minister Meles Zenari — who is representing all of Africa here — unveiled his proposal Wednesday for a system in which rich countries would provide money to poor ones to help deal with the effects of climate change. …
“Zenawi said he would accept $30 billion in the short term, rising to $100 billion by 2020. … This was seen as a key concession by developing countries, which had previously spurned that figure … as too low.” Continue reading