Tuesday, August 14, 2012

Climate Change a Matter of Great Skepticism

House Energy and Commerce Committee ranking Republican Rep. Joe Barton, R-Texas, right, speaks on Capitol Hill in Washington, Monday, May 18, 2009, during the markup of legislation on global warming and climate and energy strategy. Committee Chairman Rep. Henry Waxman, D-Calif. is at center, and Rep. Edward Markey, D-Mass., listen as left. (AP Photo/Susan Walsh)
Waxman Has Not Erased Skepticism About
Global Warming

This weather can be blamed on a shift in the climate triggered by human actions from years ago. And with Congress virtually ignoring the problem today, you can only imagine how much more you’ll be sweating tomorrow.

Climate change is a part of life, a factor that follows the fact that the earth revolves around the sun. The alarmists about "climate change" have failed to convince many precisely because the academic community remains divided on the issue.

The Colorado wild-fires are due in part not just to rising temperatures, but the inability for the recently reseeded soil to regenerate following previous floods. President George W. Bush attempted to enact a program in federal lands that would permit the federal forestries to clear away ground shrubs, which easily catch and spread wildfires and destruction.

Waxman-Markey would have been a massive a job-killed without any substantial evidence that the emissions of greenhouse gases would have diminished significantly. Other developing countries like China and India are releasing Carbon and other "noxious" emissions, yet no one has forced or cajoled those countries to reduce their "pollution".

Bill Moyers' analysis suggests that Big Industries with Big Money helped kill Cap and Trade, yet Democrat Joe Manchin ran as a GOP in Democrat clothing, shooting a bullet through a Cap and Trade bill while running in West Virginia. He was fully aware that his constituents would have endure staggering job losses and unemployment had Cap and Trade passed in Washington.

Clean air and water are estimable goals, but not at the expense of the economy and the communities in this country who deserve to live free from government overreach and environmental fanaticism.

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