Obama climate plan: praise for energy future, criticism of failed agenda

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Business 101…any additional costs to utility companies incurred by Obama’s new EPA regulations will be passed down to the customers.

More people will freeze to death in winter and die of heat related complications in summer because they cannot afford their utility bills to heat or cool their homes.

Utility rates are already too high. We do not need anything to drive them higher.

Is that the sky falling, Chicken Little? 

“More people will freeze to death in winter and die of heat related complications in summer because they cannot afford their utility bills to heat or cool their homes.”

Peter, You should read this article, after all it’s from one of your beloved socialist liberal websites…

http://www.wsws.org/en/articles/2010/07/mpsc-j21.html

You know, I’ve lived in Mesa County since 1993, and I have yet to read about anybody in Mesa County freezing to death because their utility bills were too high. I’m also a little tired of being called a socialist just because I belong to the Democratic Party. When will you industry cheerleaders develop some new material? Climate change is real, and it is time that we seriously look at ways to change the trend. Clean, renewable energy needs the same kinds of government subsidies that the oil and gas industry has enjoyed for a century—subsidies that make it the most profitable industry in the history of the world—subsidies that allow the industry to privatize profits and socialize expenses. Who’s the socialist, again?



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