Sunday, August 3, 2014

More on EPA's escalating carbon choke hold

Following up on my post from earlier today.

Spend five minutes or so here.

Senator David Vitter (R-LA) posted this clip from his recent exchange on Capitol Hill with EPA Director Gina McCarthy.

Understand the EPA's deceptive game as it advances its war on America's coal produced electrical infrastructure.

Listen to McCarthy, when pressed, admit our national domestic economic costs of EPA's new carbon rules are slighted in favor of EPA assessing 'global impact.'

Vitter also says EPA is using phantom output from at least two gas powered facilities in Louisiana not operating at a levels used by EPA in making its Louisiana power output estimates.

How many more errors or deceptions are baked into EPA games on a nationwide level?

Even now, years into Obama's war on coal, we're still being fed a very incomplete and highly spun picture.  Dangerous and deceptive forces are at work.

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