Obama to announce regulation of existing coal plants on Tuesday

Obama’s war on coal continues.

The Washington Post reports:

President Obama will announce Tuesday that he plans to regulate greenhouse-gas emissions from existing power plants, according to individuals who have been briefed on the plan but asked not to be identified.

In a statement Saturday afternoon sent via the White House Twitter feed, Obama said that he plans to fulfill the pledge he made in his second inaugural address to “respond to the growing threat of climate change for the sake of our children and future generations.”

Read more…

6 thoughts on “Obama to announce regulation of existing coal plants on Tuesday”

  1. The hoax continues. Obama is consolidating his lock on power. It will take a 55 gallon drum of K-Y jelly to get this clown out of the WH in 2017.

  2. He’s making good on his campaign promise the first time around. He was elected to do this. It is the will of the people.

    Not that anyone believed he was really serious when he said such an outrageous thing about making coal ‘bankrupt’.

  3. Is everyone just going to standby and watch the energy capacity of the USA being crippled based on zero evidence? Is there not one person who will stand up and say – Mr Obama – you have no clothes?
    Are professional scientists so cowed that they will say nothing?

    NONE of the forecasts – sorry ‘projections’ – of the climate modelers have come to pass NONE. Yet the Administration is _pretending_ to believe the failed models? As they are not stupid, that means that the reason for reducing the energy capacity of the USA is nothing to do with ‘climate change’. The Administration should declare the real reason for their intent before doing an end run around Congress and the Senate using Executive Orders with the compliant EPA to impose nonsensical regulation based on the unscientific and unproven claim that carbon dioxide – essential for all life – is a pollutant.

    Nothing in all the world is more dangerous than sincere ignorance and conscientious stupidity.
    Martin Luther King Jr. (1929 – 1968),

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.