Green Jobs

The Post-Dispatch reports that Kit Bond "plans to issue a report detailing additional burdens that Americans would bear if it passes." 

I wonder if Bond's new figures will be as awesome the ones he peddled last year that the Star said "wildly overestimate[d] the average cost [of climate legislation] per farm in the state."  

Either way, we should all plan to disregard the nonpartisan studies "concluding that climate legislation moving through Congress would have only a modest impact on consumers, adding around $100 to household costs in 2020," and listen a man who says "there is not a crisis in global warming" and "without carbon, my trees would die."

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