“So if somebody wants to build a coal-powered plant, they can. It’s just that it will bankrupt them”

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  1. Scott says:

    “I’ve always been in favor of allowing companies to build coal plants (I’ll just bankrupt them if they do)”

    “I’ve always supported the Second Amendment (I’ll just impose reasonable restrictions, like banning all guns manufactured after 1850 or maybe charging a $100/month registration fee or maybe just banning ammunition)”

    “I’ve always said I’m a strong supporter of Israel (I just want it to be under the control of the Palestinians)”

    “My plan has always been to lower taxes on all families making less than $250K/year (or maybe $150K, but that’ll be more than offset by increased energy prices, increased prices at Walmart and other retailers from new union thuggery, lowered wages and/or higher prices thanks to huge new business taxes)”

    He says openly whatever he thinks will get votes from whoever he’s talking to at the moment. Usually clips like the one in this post never see the light of day because he’s usually careful to share his radical leftist crap only in radical leftist venues. But there have been several of these kind of examples where he either explicitly contradicts his earlier statements, or at least contradicts how any reasonable person would interpret that statement.

    Only in the tortured logic of Obama’s loony left, where the “right to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed,” means, “you can use a government issued weapon while on active duty in the National Guard,” is supporting clean coal consistent with the government bankrupting any company foolish enough to build a clean coal plant.

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