MARXIST PLOY: Here’s How BHO Is Using Power Plants to Destroy the Economy

Published on August 5, 2015

Here is BHO’s latest move to fundamentally transform America.

By Erik Rush, Instigator News

On Monday, our slimy excuse for a president announced new regulations on power-plant carbon emissions that will have a substantial effect on the production, storage and use of energy. Obama presented the plan as a necessary step to combat global warming, even though the conventional climate change models have been debunked as politically-driven junk science propaganda.

“There is such a thing as being too late when it comes to climate change,” Obama said.

Yeah. Right… At the 2014 State of the Union Address, he also said “the science is settled.”

And I’m a freakin’ runway model…

Obama’s plan calls for a 32 percent emissions cut by 2030 compared to 2005 levels, these goals being steeper than previously expected. Sen. Jim Inhofe (R-OK) called the new rules “unachievable without great economic pain.” Coal mines across the country have already been hit hard by federal over-regulation; Alpha Natural Resources, one of the nation’s largest coal producers, filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection just this week.

Although the press claims that the new regulatory plan faces tough resistance, between the craven liars among the GOP leadership and heretofore ineffectual complaints of the energy industry, Americans have no reason to expect that Obama won’t get just what he wants once again.

We’ve come to accept the lie that activists, lobbyists, and politicians who champion environmental causes actually care about the environment, and are doing so for that reason. In the case of our Saboteur-in-Chief, the underlying agenda rings more true than with any government official in the last 50 years.

Since the 1960s, America has been at the forefront of conscientious energy production. These days, it is the emerging and Third World nations who tell the U.S. and Europe to stuff it when we suggest they adopt more environmentally-friendly energy production standards.

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