CAP and TRADE is like putting the groceries, shovel, fishing tackle, linens, and everything else into that “cart before the horse”. The horse can’t push that overfilled cart. The Gulf Oil Spill/Spewing is a historically disastrous man-made release of gas, oil, and other toxins into the water, land and air on a continual basis – that can not be regulated. Why even try to regulate any other form of energy or usage at this point? It is a lost cause and the dimwitted Democrats must now be fully aware, unless, they have come to believe their own scripted spin! This isn’t some game of “Who Wants To Be A Trillionaire” and Al Gore should not be the star player to cash in.
Just who will decide and when, who is the greatest contributor of Green House Gas (aka the biggest load of BS), and what the penalty for same ~ when the planet, via the hole in the Gulf of Mexico, is emitting extreme quantities of gas into the atmosphere.
And if you think this has nothing to do with the “Collective’s Agenda” of Climate Change, think again ~
Who in the United States of America, stands to gain financially, from passage of the CON that is nicknamed the “Cap and Trade” bill?
Maybe Members of CCX?
And more to be listed over the coming days, weeks and months!
Who is profiteering?
Maybe Global Carbon Exchange?
Maybe LOBBYING: Chicago Climate Exchange seeks D.C. muscle on climate bill
*1–hmm? An interesting document aka Lobbying Permit? http://www.eenews.net/public/25/12260/features/documents/2009/09/09/document_cw_02.pdf
*2–hmm? An interesting picture and web http://www.muckety.com/Senate-Committee-on-Agriculture-Nutrition-Forestry/5015805.muckety
NOTICE HOW NOBODY EVER CLAIMS TO KNOW ANYONE ELSE EVER? But there are always ties that bind!
Does anyone believe the Founding Fathers had in mind, circumventing, when they built this Republic? Neither do I!
This site says it all in the first sentence: “The Chicago Climate Exchange (CCX) is a voluntary GHG emissions cap-and-trade scheme based in North America…” and on another link we find Marine Sequestration. hmm doesn’t that diagram look faintly familiar?