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By most accounts is dead on arrival in congress the BP oil spill could -- changed that -- behind his -- -- from Washington.
What the story that cap and trade not necessarily -- I was Stewart whatever I want to ask the company and see if anybody here is old enough to remember that old skit from Saturday night live with Chevy Chase and the -- -- he would -- week after week.
Francisco Franco is still dead -- -- -- -- trade is still dead -- okay.
Let that supports supporters of cap and trade acknowledge they do not have the sixty votes necessary in the senate to pass any kind of legislation like that because it would raise costs to consumers in a weak economy with high unemployment so that's not gonna happen so right now the batting.
Is that the senate will consider a more modest bipartisan.
Energy bill an energy bill.
Based on legislation from senator Jeff Bingaman the chairman of the Senate Budget Committee but Andy Dick Lugar is a way if I was there was an energy bill -- -- you call it a different guy you watered down a little bit but it does it still -- -- -- the cost of gasoline at the -- to me and electricity to turn on the lights on in my house.
According to supporters.
The -- -- bill would not do that and neither would the Lugar bill and that's why they are considered to be at basis at least or some kind of bipartisan compromise that would promote.
Energy efficiency new renewable technologies new energy technologies but more nuclear power it is fire sky at a vehicle -- but it's a lot yes sending guests on some copyright tax increase somewhat the -- is that correct.
That's right with a bang on bill would cost about sixty billion dollars over ten years and it would it would have it would have to be paid for somehow there's no score yet on the Lugar bill -- -- -- bonds thanks for much better about.
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