If I had to describe Liberals in a concise manner it would go something like this – Liberals are a group of people who like to generate solutions in search of a problem.
The Liberal solutions are geared to furthering their agenda (creating a bigger government, soaking the wealthy, limiting freedom and moving us closer to Socialism) but any thinking person quickly realizes these solutions are geared to solve manufactured problems.
We had to pass the $787 billion stimulus in 2009 to keep the Unemployment Rate below 8%.
Ignoring the 2nd Amendment and limiting gun ownership will reduce gun violence.
Increasing Welfare spending will reduce the poverty rate.
It goes on and on and on and on. Solutions in search of a problem.
And now we have another.
On September 20, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is scheduled to release its new regulations for constructing coal (and natural gas-fired) power plants. The buzz is that these regulations are more lenient than those EPA proposed earlier. Regardless, either version will deny U.S. citizens the right to have new generating facilities built using coal, the most abundant fossil fuel resource in the United States. The lower 48 states have several hundred years of coal available to supply our needs at current usage rates without tapping into even larger coal resources in Alaska.
And why is the EPA doing this? Because they think the Earth is overheating and temperatures are rising solely because of the increased atmospheric CO2 concentrations (caused by humans). <Sigh>.
It’s true, atmospheric CO2 concentrations have been increasing at a steady rate.
Now let’s look at the relation between atmospheric CO2 and these same temperature sets.
Solutions in search of a problem – That’s what Liberals do.