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The media -- was watching coverage of Michael Jackson at least a lot more coverage of that then the cap and trade bill.
-- cap and trade bill passed in the house late Friday night 219 to 212.
Proving once again the one thing we should all be paying attention to is whatever the mainstream media is ignoring.
I'll get to the eight Republicans who voted for this bill and the special interest they represented -- just a minute.
I want to show you what nearly everybody else in America missed for an hour last Friday evening.
House Minority Leader John Boehner rating on to -- Yes an update Michael Jackson.
Is still dead she wanted to get that out Casey didn't they're burying him soon will have -- -- coverage any minute.
More of Michael Jackson still being -- Anyway John Boehner railed against his fellow lawmakers for not reading the 341.
Pages of amendments.
That were added at 3 AM in the morning.
On the morning of the vote.
He started pulling out a chart which shows the ridiculously complicated web of regulation this thirteen hundred page bill introduces.
-- chart here.
Chart here that goes through.
Of the agency's involves.
All of the structure that is created under this bill.
It's all being done.
Of course in the battle by the Environmental Protection Agency we've got the federal -- Energy regulatory commission got the United States Department of Agriculture.
The Internal Revenue Service the department of treasury which doesn't tell you what -- -- was -- elected probably dominate.
We have a commodity futures trading commission of the national oceanographic.
-- weather service the Department of Health and Human Services how about the Department of State got the Department of Energy.
The Department of Labor the US Army Corps of Engineers the Bureau of Indian Affairs.
Bureau of Land Management all these federal agencies.
Are gonna take part in trying to put this bill into action.
I can't take it anymore.
I can't take it anymore -- -- life makes sense to you at all does any of this stuff is it connected to reality and all.
He also ticked off some of the highlights from the bill which he calls attacks on anyone who drives a car buys an American made product or flips on a light switch.
The bill doles out almost a trillion dollars worth of grant Spezza newfangled word but -- -- -- pleasing his column brown.
Apps but now we column -- -- were all -- city.
The government is acting like a middleman between citizens and businesses here -- just a few of the examples on page 45 try this out for size.
All of California's housing standards California you know the one that's caught fire all the time -- out -- that.
All of those standards must be imposed on every American community.
On page 92 we have to make sure now that buildings have a place to plug in pure electric hybrid vehicle bit -- It didn't look -- replace the plug in my hybrid vehicle.
On page 112.
Additional credit -- additional credit for Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac housing goals for energy efficient and location efficient mortgages.
-- even the establishment of cause something called -- green banking centers.
I could protect -- tell you a degree banking center but I have no idea.
We're -- gonna require that every car sold in America.
Now has an engine capable of operating on alternative fuel so that way we can pay our farmers to grow corn that we won't eat we'll just burn up in our gas tanks pulled Ed piece well call and it's not going to be a problem given that we now own General Motors.
-- it very may well be a problem for General Motors and their bottom line -- Which is your bottom line I heard about that.
If all of these additions -- snuck under the cover of darkness weren't bad enough.
There are two more in conveniently.
Overlooked fun filled facts first a 98 page EPA study.
EPA's study on climate change which shows now the global temperatures are going to decline in Intel 2030.
They say now this is been suppressed.
And -- The White House came out today and said -- That's that.
Your ridiculous good bids of -- -- that.
It is -- -- it's just like Ben Bernanke he never threatened the Bank of America into a bullet -- buying.
Merrill Lynch didn't happen -- Chrysler they're bondholders they really wanted that.
Deal with CIA head of course Rick -- he really wanted to step down from General Motors and Barack Obama -- No desire.
To take over the automotive industry none whatsoever.
The second thing comes to mind is maybe we could have learned our lesson by looking at the countries that we're trying now to emulate as they're running in the other direction take Germany.
Everybody says what led -- job they have to -- wouldn't be hearing -- -- -- working over there really has it.
Germany has been able to cut emissions like eighteen point 4% below 1990 levels.
Blue that's meeting the benchmark used by the Kyoto Protocol and in Europe.
A pesky little inconvenient.
-- the Washington Post says that.
Half of the dig deep crease was due to sagging industrial output in the former east Germany it and it wasn't that socialist.
Working now after reunification.
You're gonna love this German homeowners pay 25%.
More now offer electricity than they did before.
Before they had the cap and trade thing even though their utility companies earning record profits.
-- When your personal liberty and our national sovereignty is being -- out from underneath our noses.
It kind of pace for everybody to be show us a little extra vigilant.
Things in this country are happening and changing at light speed.
You have to ask yourself why.
Why is this happening and -- who stands to benefit from cap and -- why do we need to do it right now at the bottom of our economy.
What does it green banking center even mean and what does -- have to do with cooling the earth that apparently is getting cooler until 2030.
And most importantly.
Is there still a chance to stop.
The insanity in our senate.
Or will the politicians they're just simply wait for the next celebrity death before once again convening in the middle of the night to sell America out to the highest --
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