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In the mean I've -- market it's -- follow the president and his executive orders.
Lots of them because it looks like a White House will be but -- cigar mister -- of climate change it would more.
That is fair amount of art change which has -- -- -- a polyps on a -- meeting right now with you know -- to do weasels and -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Climate change tack fat cats are they getting only -- you know us -- -- -- -- -- and -- as congress.
Yes and make -- -- yes he -- and he's gonna do it in a way that's perfectly lawful.
Because the congress has given away some of its authority to two prior presidents.
But lawful because he's using authority that they gave to him for example the president can have the EPA decide because it's going to cost us money to clean up.
Fill in the -- sandy.
We can therefore charge people for the cleanup costs because it's going to cost us more money to clean up.
We can make automobiles that are more fuel efficient we can tell the oil -- the is that legal it's -- legal but it's unconstitutional it's legal because congress let the president have that power.
But the act of transferring that power.
From the congress where the constitution gives it to the president of the constitution keeps it away.
Is an unconstitutional.
-- this goes back to the era of Richard Nixon.
When the congress refused to do what the president wanted and pulled a swindle and give me -- -- let me have a bunch of experts will clean everything up will make the rules don't worry about congress ensure you make the rules.
Fast forward or or wind it up forty years -- later.
To Barack Obama and you have an EPA enacting rules that the congress is expressly rejected.
You have -- president ruling by decree and boasting about it in his inaugural address that's what we have in America in 2013.
But you'd you'd they don't even know what they're gonna do what -- money in other words that it let's say they got to the point they could push the 700 billion a year which is.
Crazy then and we would be putting a large part of it if it were to come to past.
And that he would make sure let's say whatever you wanna do to address this problem -- might not be a real man made problem.
How to make sure gets in the right hands and -- -- -- obliterated into these four countries that are not as -- well run.
Well you can't that the bureaucrats that fully paid come around about whom your prior guest just so eloquently spoke.
Believe that they can write any wrong and regulate any behavior if you just give them enough cash.
They don't have an organization that do it they're gonna -- the to get the UN to raise Jews since some dues are paid by the executive branch of the country.
And not passed upon by the legislator but it would even police.
A global inspector general and interest going to a global inspector general who works for the left wing aircraft -- anybody they contain mother nature.
By spending cash it's it's a self congratulatory.
Big government belief that if you give us enough power and enough cash will make it stop rain that's absurd.
And the American public should reject it before the president starts signing this executive orders.
Why do environmentalists -- you look at this horns and announced.
And they can they go back it is they get them when they're afraid that you wanna see more of us keep ignoring it you don't wanna see more of this tomorrow at -- point.
Cough up government has been scaring people.
For hundreds of years whenever it wants help -- wants their freedom.
-- wants their cash.
When it wants to control them -- what it wants cash from them it scares them.
And then they naturally -- to the big arms a Big Brother for comfort and security.
It did this after 9/11 it did it in during the Cold War now they're gonna do it again with the environmentalists the American public should realize.
You can't spend cash to change the laws of nature.
We don't regulate nature nature confines us.
But -- -- through -- by the Labor Day argue that.
We have changed nature and it's up to man to let nature.
Actors so little scientific evidence the only way they can make that argument is to pick and choose little segments of evidence from here and there.
And connect them like connecting dotted lines on a child's -- but if you look at the big picture.
It just doesn't make sense that we could change the the rotation of the -- or when it rains or how the wind blows by throwing cash -- But it would be good -- know you're going harmonized occasion and you could pay for not.
Remember the movie patent work effort I think Scott says senate chaplain at gimme a weather prayer -- -- general it's gonna rain not I'll give me a website at its sudden equitably -- -- guys.
-- like aren't the sun came out he had nothing -- -- -- out of Agilent diligent about -- thank you very much well.
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