I ain't paying

As politically correct it has become to "do something" about global warming, most voters don't want to pay for it. As if it comes as a surprise. A new Rasmussen poll finds:

Most U.S. voters think it is at least somewhat important for Congress to
pass major energy legislation aimed at reducing global warming this
year - as long as it doesn't cost them more in taxes and raise their
utility bills.

But a new Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey finds that while
39% of likely voters favor a major energy bill aimed at reducing global
warming, 40% oppose it. Twenty-one percent (21%) more are undecided.

What we have here is another piece of major legislation--like the new health care law--that doesn't have significant public support, but which the Obama administration and Democrats insist on shoving down our throats.


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  • Since when did the will of the people mean anything to this administration? Look to see who will benefit by this legislation.We,the middle class, can't pay for everything.We will remember in november............

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