25 Jun '13, 11pm

#PresidentObama calls for cleaner coal plants, which will make EVs cleaner @therealautoblog

Talking about climate change like this is ridiculous. First of all too many people who need to get on board with change are disinclined to do anything 'about climate change'. But most importantly is the fact that it is stupid beyond belief to try to affect climate change without an ENERGY POLICY. If the government were put to effect in securing a high level of energy independence by all means available then we would be doing a lot more than this rather lame speech leads me to think Obama wants to do. And all we'd have to do is make it about paying less for energy for everyone. One way we could do that would be to require that energy/mining/forestry companies pay taxes on every bit of natural resource they now get for free and profit from. It would be taken from oil/timber/mining company profit only raising prices of those goods a tiny bit. Subsidize people who are willing ...

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