16 Sep '12, 3am

Romney + Ryan = RIP Clean Energy

Romney + Ryan = RIP Clean Energy

Gov. Romney unabashedly supports the dirty energy industries of the past, unlike President Barack Obama, who has worked to end these wasteful tax breaks. Every budget the president has proposed since being elected ends these breaks. Going forward, the difference is clear: A Center for American Progress Action Fund analysis estimates that the big five oil companies would pay $2.3 billion less in taxes each year under Gov. Romney’s economic plan, based on an assessment of financial statements filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission. This money could be used much more effectively if it was invested in clean energy technologies, which would help ensure that the $170 billion in private capital pledged by the four large banks is invested in the United States and not in our competitors abroad.

Full article: http://solarfeeds.com/romney-ryan-rip-clean-energy/

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