Canada Free Press: “Between 1989 and 2010, Congress rejected nearly 700 cap-tax-and-trade and similar bills that their proponents claimed would control Earth’s perpetually fickle climate and weather. So even as real world crises erupt, President Obama is using executive fiats and regulations to impose his anti-hydrocarbon agenda, slash America’s fossil fuel use, bankrupt coal and utility companies, make electricity prices skyrocket, and “fundamentally transform” our economic, social, legal and constitutional system.
EPA rules mean the price of everything people do will skyrocket: heating and air conditioning, lights and refrigeration, televisions, computers, medical equipment, machinery and every other gizmo that runs on electricity. Poor, minority and blue-collar families will have to find hundreds of dollars a year somewhere in their already stretched budgets. Shops and other small businesses will have to discover thousands of dollars, by delaying other purchases or laying people off. Factories, malls, school districts, hospitals and cities will have to send out search parties to locate millions a year at the end of rainbows.”
Opinion: Honeymooners (Jackie Gleason) fans will remember an episode when Norton is teaching Ralph to box. Cover your head Ralph, says Norton, as he punches Gleason in the stomach.
That sums up the White House game plan – distraction:
- promoting a climate change hoax that will put the American middle class in poverty
- promoting racial strife by questioning police motives without having all the facts
The president speaks about protecting the middle class while enacting policies that economically destroy it -covering the proverbial head while getting kicked in the stomach.
Factor in the Federal Reserve money printing scheme that devalues the dollar and makes EVERYTHING, say it with me, E-V-E-R-Y-T-H-I-N-G, more expensive and voila! more government dependency leading to total government control.
Lots of people have asked me if I think that President Obama is the Antichrist, and my answer is always the same, no - but just like John the Baptist paved the way for Messiah …