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Maine Becomes The Most Recent Blue State To Reject A Carbon Tax


Maine Becomes The Most Recent Blue State To Reject A Carbon Tax13-03-2019 22:58
Tai Hai Chen
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https://www.forbes.com/sites/patrickgleason/2019/03/10/maine-becomes-the-most-recent-blue-state-to-reject-a-carbon-tax/#4759ed5d2595
14-03-2019 01:59
Wake
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On one of the PragerU programs, the leader of Black Lives Matter said that the Democrats have done nothing at all for blacks. This was a STRONG signal. Also the GenZers have started looking at what the radical left is saying and they are realizing that they are themselves being threatened with these socialist policies of ending up giving every penny them make to a socialist government that returns what they will or won't with a strong emphasis on the latter.

The results of this is that Trump will likely win with as larger a margin as President Reagan did in his 2020 bid. And he will pull the House back into the laps of the Republicans. And already the Republicans are talking about ousting the RINO's that have opposed Trump's policies.

This means that we are looking at a far more conservative government in 2020 and probably for many elections after that. As long as the face of the Democrat Party is Ocasio-Cortez and Bernie Sanders (who never held a steady job until he was 50 and was elected Mayor of his town) we can expect a continuous desertion of the Democrat Party by all of the special interest groups that caused the loss of the House majority this last election.

So climate change will soon be a thing of the past as it well should.
14-03-2019 03:31
HarveyH55
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I don't think it will go away that easy. Kids these days don't really know much about life, or having to provide for themselves. Most seem to grow up with few, if any responsibilities, little discipline, or respect. When they do get out, and have to work for a living, they are lost. Some get through, and adjust, but many really struggle, and try to find their way back to where everything is just handed to them. Democrats run on free things for everyone. Most of us know that nothing is really free, somebody has to pay for it. Our government sets a great example for using credit, just keep borrowing, not worrying about how or when to pay it back, if ever.

I do think 'Climate Change' has pretty much run it's course. They moved back the time table to many times, and too far, to be urgent. The changes the predict or mild, and minor, in anyone's lifetime, with little indication that the more severe stuff will actually happen. It's little more than entertaining discussion, like another science fiction, but ridiculous to take serious enough to spend money on anymore. A border wall is cheap, compared to the proposed changes, and the House can't afford that, so how can they pay for Climate Change, or all those freebies?
14-03-2019 03:34
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Wake wrote:
On one of the PragerU programs, the leader of Black Lives Matter said that the Democrats have done nothing at all for blacks. This was a STRONG signal. Also the GenZers have started looking at what the radical left is saying and they are realizing that they are themselves being threatened with these socialist policies of ending up giving every penny them make to a socialist government that returns what they will or won't with a strong emphasis on the latter.

The results of this is that Trump will likely win with as larger a margin as President Reagan did in his 2020 bid. And he will pull the House back into the laps of the Republicans. And already the Republicans are talking about ousting the RINO's that have opposed Trump's policies.

This means that we are looking at a far more conservative government in 2020 and probably for many elections after that. As long as the face of the Democrat Party is Ocasio-Cortez and Bernie Sanders (who never held a steady job until he was 50 and was elected Mayor of his town) we can expect a continuous desertion of the Democrat Party by all of the special interest groups that caused the loss of the House majority this last election.

So climate change will soon be a thing of the past as it well should.


I think it's pretty clear that Trump will be reelected. The Democrat infighting has only begun. The Democrats can't abide Bernie and Bernie's progressives are sworn to avenge how the Democrats threw Bernie under the bus for Hillary. Ale Ocasio is the gift that keeps on giving. Ilhan Omar is the occasional mailbomb explosion. CNN is better than any campaign manager that Trump could have. I have my pop corn, my soda and my front row seat. I can't wait to see how this next 18 months plays out.

Prediction: The Democrats will find some genius method to throw Bernie Sanders under the bus again, but for Biden this time, while making Kamala Harris, Beto O'Rourke, Elizabeth Warren, Cory Booker, et. al. all spin their wheels to waste their time.


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