Warmist tactic admitted: ‘Stopping dirty coal export facilities or tar sands pipelines is much easier sell than getting people to embrace higher energy prices’

Kurt Cobb writes at the Christian Science Monitor:

Stopping dirty coal export facilities or tar sands pipelines is actually a much easier sell than getting people to embrace voluntarily much higher energy prices (even if the rise occurs gradually as energy taxes are increased incrementally each year). And yet, such a strategy would go far in eliminating the incentive to build the very facilities which protesters are currently trying to stop.

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2 thoughts on “Warmist tactic admitted: ‘Stopping dirty coal export facilities or tar sands pipelines is much easier sell than getting people to embrace higher energy prices’”

  1. ‘Stopping dirty coal export facilities or tar sands pipelines is much easier sell than getting people to embrace higher energy prices’. Many a conserviative is a liberal who finally figured out the math. Many others are liberals who realized that the “liberal” agenda isn’t liberty (we tend to be libertarians).

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