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Time for politicians to learn capitalism from communist China

Senate Majority Leader Sen. Harry Reid and Sen. John Kerry speak to the media about climate bill
Senate Majority Leader Sen. Harry Reid and Sen. John Kerry speak to the media about climate bill
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  • Stan Transue 5 years ago

    Dr. Jawaharlal; Sulfer dioxide is a known deadly toxin even in tiny doses with specific sources and an independently verifiable negative impact on the enviornment. Also, aside from volcanos, it is entirely produced by human activity. CO2 fits none of these criteria except that we know we produce it.

    Next: Cap & Trade would do NOTHING...let me say that again NOTHING to reduce global carbon output. But since CO2 has no verifiable negative impact on the enviornment that's OK. The problem is that Cap & Trade would finalize a century of Leftist destruction of the American industrial base and economy while siphoning off what little capital we have left to thrid world nations as a reward for never having risen to the dispicable level of industrialization.

    The ultimate effect of C&T would be to reduce America to the pre-industrial feudal lifestyle while enriching nations smart enough to avoid such a suicidal law - like India and China.

    To claim otherwise is to be a fool or a liar.

  • Stan Transue 5 years ago

    By the way: your title has nothing to do with your article.

    AND there is the minor point that capitalism is not practiced anywhere on the globe; nor is there anyone in government either here or in China that has the least interest in or appreciation of Capitalism.

    What China and the US both practice is Fascism (an authoritarian banking/political/corporate/media oligarchy) for the same purposes as all Fascists have ever had -- to make themselves immensely and undeservedly wealthy and powerful by feeding off the labors of their citizens, thereby them to serfdom.

    If THAT is the lesson you think America needs to learn from China, you are too late -- we're already there, and well ahead of the curve because they are on the economic rise (which is the beginning of the collectivist cycle) and we are already on the downside: collapse (the inevitable and intensional endgame for all collectivist ideologies).

    As a "Democrat" Examiner, THIS is what you promote.

    Shame on you.

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