Greens Exacerbate Heat Wave
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  • Neville

    Prepare for an enormous amount more of this; it’s driven by the suddenly perceived need to race to get new regulations out before control of the executive branch is lost in 2012.

  • Corlyss

    A veto-proof majority in Congress is an absolute necessity for 2012 so it can defund EPA ASAP. Those people are a menace to society. Air conditioning created the Sun-Belt, i.e., a regular source of Republican strength. The end of AC would spell the end of migration south, prosperty, and, just concidentially no doubt, Republican strength. This administration has done everything conceivable to destroy prosperity in the South. Why not this?

  • Jim.

    The Green approach to policy — of ever-more-draconian impositions on our economy — has to be abandoned. The EPA’s writ needs to be trimmed back to what it was in the 80’s.

    We are too broke to grow our economy with (questionably effective) government stimulus. We have to find other ways of getting businesses to grow — and taking the shackles off of energy production is a great way to do that.

  • Randy

    Greens point to natural gas generators as a ‘solution’? Even with the fracking required to unleash the gas?

  • Lea Luke
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