Congressional GOP stands against ‘cap-and-tax’

March 20, 2009

Congressional Republicans have issued their “Principles for Economic Recovery,” one of which is:


Instead of taxing all energy users with a new “cap and tax” scheme that will cost an average of up to $3,128 per household, Republicans want energy independence with increased exploration and the development of new and renewable energy sources.

Blocking the green takeover of our economy is a winning political issue for Republicans — and a necessity for the rest of us.

Steve Milloy’s new book Green Hell: How Environmentalists Plan to Control Your Life and What You Can Do to Stop Them explains why.

One Response to “Congressional GOP stands against ‘cap-and-tax’”

  1. spren Says:

    Yeah, but if BHO fastracks all of these economy destroying measures through “Reconciliation” they won’t even have the opportunity to debate it let alone stop it.

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