AGW Today: Does AGW Legislation Help?

Um, no

(CNS News)While the Bush administration has spent nearly $45 billion on climate change-related programs, according to Deputy Transportation Secretary Thomas Barrett, experts called for more spending and initiatives during a recent Senate subcommittee hearing on the topic. Critics, however, say the spending is wasteful and unnecessary.

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3 Responses to “AGW Today: Does AGW Legislation Help?”

  1. John Ryan says:

    those wacky Bush people wasted 45 billion !! Well let’s see what the Democrats can do !

  2. forest hunter says:

    Speaking of slow learners…….
    On Thursday, Pelosi outlined what Democrats have been doing lately:

    “First, we put oil speculators on notice,” (Oh–that will get great results. sort of like the same philosopy of reading terrorists the Miranda act now under the new SCOTUS decision) Pelosi said in a news release. The House on Thursday passed a Democrat-sponsored bill directing the Commodity Futures Trading Commission to use its emergency power to curb speculation in energy markets. The vote was 402-19. The bill now goes to the Senate.

    “Experts have testified this week before Congress that the explosion of speculation in the oil futures market could be driving up prices from $20 to $60 per barrel,” Pelosi said. “Oil speculators are making money by betting against the American consumers at the pump.” (not OK for speculators, OK for them to tax us out the ass)
    Pelosi said investing in public transit is a “key component of a clean and green American energy future.” (typical limosine-liberal statement)

    The article is worth the read especially on the “Use It or Loose It” plan the Dems say they are pushing BUT—its already law!!!

  3. forest hunter says:

    Linky thingy

    Democrats Offering ‘Sham’ Energy Legislation,…..

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