The Wicked Witch
of the Left
Hillary: We're Going to Take Things Away
Hillary Clinton knows better than you do how
to spend your paycheck. Really she does. Just ask her.
Sen. Clinton exposed her socialist agenda during a speech in San
Francisco (which the Associated Press dubbed the "leftiest
big city on the Left Coast").
She was quoted saying "Many of you are well enough off that
... the tax cuts may have helped you. We're saying that for America
to get back on track, we're probably going to cut that short and
not give it to you," she said at a fund-raiser for radical
Sen. Barbara Boxer.
"We're going to take things away from you on behalf of the
common good," the former first lady admitted.
Hillary, naturally, knows what "the common good" is.
The arrogance and condesending attitude is way to thick to even
cut with a chainsaw. Who the @&$# left her charge to decide
how much of our hard-earned money can be confuscated by this treasonist
Link to Senator Hillary Rohdam
Hillary Clinton on the issues
Let's go through the list where Hillary stands
and disect each position. You decide if this falls in line with
traditional American values and common sense.
>>> Hillary Clinton
voted to ratify Kyoto; more mass tranist. (Sep 2000)
Does anyone know the cost to the American economy if the Kyoto treaty
is ratified? If not let's look at the numbers.
In a domestic emissions trading system, permits
lead to higher energy prices in order to encourage people to consume
less. How much would energy prices rise? Using a U.S. Energy Information
Agency ("EIA") study, the scenario of returning U.S. carbon
emissions to 1990 levels (the Kyoto agreement is 7% below 1990 levels)
would increase business, consumer, and government expenditures on
energy by about $190 billion (in 1995 dollars). This includes:
$46 billion increase in residential expenditures
$29 billion by the commercial sector,
$65 billion by the industrial sector, and $51 billion by the transportation
Under EIA’s global emissions trading scenario, the United
States would likely send $10 to $12 billion?annually?to foreign
countries in exchange for greenhouse emission permits -- to do the
things we are already doing. Regardless of how the Kyoto trading
regime is designed, American businesses, consumers, and workers
will have great difficulty paying for?or stomaching?a stealth tax
that, in reality, is massive foreign aid to a few countries.
>>> Voted YES on removing consideration
of drilling ANWR from budget bill. (Mar 2003)
The value of ANWR is, "The Coastal Plain of ANWR's 1002 area
is the nation's single greatest onshore oil reserve. The USGS estimates
that it contains a mean expected value of 10.4 billion barrels of
technically recoverable oil. To put that into context, the potential
daily production from ANWR's 1002 area is larger than the current
daily onshore oil production of any of the lower 48 states."
How does that turn translate into value? The US imports 58% of the
oil it consumes. Shouldn't we be independent, not dependent on foreign
oil? Apparently Hillary is against us being indepentent and more
at the mercy of foreign producers