EPA Sneaking Power Cost Increase Behind Obama’s Back…(He Needs To Know!)

Buy a New Power Plant From This Man?

The helpful Enviromental Protection Agency (EPA) is again doing behind the President’s back what he’s explicitly assuring us he doesn’t want done. His EPA is setting up new rules on U.S. power generating plants that will guarantee higher power costs. For the first time ever, the government is limiting the amount of CO2 that power plants can emit, which will shut off the construction of future coal-fired plants, by far the cheapest power source we have. Government Proposes First Carbon Limits on Power Plants explains.

While the Prez is busy telling us how he’s doing his best to keep power costs down and oil available (and gas prices inflate like a balloon) and his Energy Secretary Stephen Chu is forced to backpedal from his earlier public statements that he wanted higher energy prices, the sneaky EPA is quietly ramping up the energy costs. Guess they didn’t get the word, right? So we can expect shortly to hear the Prez slap them down like he did Chu, huh? Yeah…

Note that it isn’t dirty bad-for-breathing coal they’re on about here; it’s global-warming coal. This can be justified only by absolute acceptance of the ‘climate-change’ shtick, currently the biggest swindle the planet has seen. (Visit CO2.com)

I hope someone tells President Obama how treacherous his back room boys are being in the very face  of his publicly stated desires…

About Jack Curtis

Suspicious of government, doubtful of economics, fond of figure skating (but the off-ice part, not so much) Couple of degrees in government, a few medals in figure skating; just reading and suspicion for economics ...
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