Wednesday, June 23, 2010

So that's why he's taken so long to do . . . nothing

"You never want a serious crisis to go to waste." -Rahm Emanuel

How arrogant must a person be to think that they can legislate a planet's climate?  What will they do after they've taxed us to death and still the wind and the waves won't obey?

Note, dear readers, that the issue here is not saving the planet, it's making another excuse, another justification for a tighter stranglehold by government on the necks of We the People.

And notice the writer's sycophantic "spur the US Senate into action."  Almost as repulsive as the tyrant for whom she shills
Barack Obama will on Wednesday make a renewed push to spur the US Senate into action on climate change,
More like a "renewed push to spur the US" into slavery.
saying the BP oil spill underlines the urgency for the country to lessen its dependence on fossil fuels.

The US president will host senators from both parties at the White House – including those who have proposed variations on a climate change bill – but analysts are sceptical about whether he can overcome the political impasse on a proposal that is seen as essentially a tax.

“The oil spill has dramatically increased the urgency for the need to act,” said Daniel Weiss of the Center for American Progress Action Fund. “But I’m not looking for any breakthrough at the meeting. I think President Obama wants to listen to various concerns and follow up on various ideas.”

Since he was a presidential candidate, Mr Obama has been promoting legislation that would put a cap on carbon emissions from polluters but allow them to buy permits to emit more.