The Corner

April Fools’ Day Joke from the Washington Times

Emissions Plan Moderate in Scope.’

Utilities forced to buy renewable energy, biofuels boosted, Blago’s CCS expanded, Fed-built electricity grid, appliances forced to be “efficient” (ie expensive and won’t work), same with cars, Waxmanville trailer parks, cap-and-trade admittedly designed by rent-seekers along the Enron model, provision for carbon trade war, the green jobs scam, bribes to consumers, and the carbon offsets scam institutionalized. Moderate?

Just because it’s not everything extremists want doesn’t make it moderate.

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