Topic: So, FINALLY we can get rid of all this fucking EPA overhead and get back to having jobs
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Now that the GOP holds congress, Mitch McConnel is going to do away with most of the EPA regulations that hobble our economy, and make us uncompetitive in the world marketplace.

About fucking time!

Year after year, China kicks our asses because they don't let some fucking tree-huggers dictate their environmental policies like we do here. Do you hear THEM whining about a little smog or some river run-off? Uh, no. They understand the cost/benefit ratio of allowing business to run business, and not the government.

Once we've shed that EPA yoke, it'll be full steam ahead with jobs and a return to our manufacturing base here in America.

It seem to be working out very well for China, and now that the GOP will be running the budget show we'll be sitting pretty for years to come.


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They can't mandate anything without 67 votes, bagqer. They have 53. Until then, they need POTUS buy in.

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Manufacturing what exactly?


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Manufacturing what exactly?

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Everything that we CAN'T manufacture today because the liberals want to destroy America with their "environmentalism".

If we would just completely eliminate the EPA (sadly, probably not happening at this term) completely then we could easily compete with China.

Well, OK, that and the elimination of pretty much every other fucking regulation - including the minimum-wage.


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Dumb hicks won't be happy until they're working in sweatshops for $0.50 per day.


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Better than welfare payments.

You either compete in the world market or you don't.


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Everything that we CAN'T manufacture today because the liberals want to destroy America with their "environmentalism".

If we would just completely eliminate the EPA (sadly, probably not happening at this term) completely then we could easily compete with China.

Well, OK, that and the elimination of pretty much every other fucking regulation - including the minimum-wage.

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Translation: I have no idea what we can manufacture.


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Better than welfare payments.

You either compete in the world market or you don't.

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How is sweatshop labor better than welfare?


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Manufacturing what exactly?

DAH, AMERICA DOESNT MANUFACTUER ANYFING
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. said: Dumb hicks won't be happy until they're working in sweatshops for $0.50 per day.

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All they really want is the freedom to assault minorities and gays, worship jeebus, shoot guns, drink beer, beat their wives and fuck their sisters.

That is literally the extent of it. They are going to give everything away just to go back to that.

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Everything that we CAN'T manufacture today because the liberals want to destroy America with their "environmentalism".

If we would just completely eliminate the EPA (sadly, probably not happening at this term) completely then we could easily compete with China.

Well, OK, that and the elimination of pretty much every other fucking regulation - including the minimum-wage.

Why do idiots like yourself blame liberals and never look at the hard cost of manufacturing dollars?


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Better than welfare payments.

You either compete in the world market or you don't.

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This.

Until the lazy and overpaid US "workers" get compensated at a rate more closely aligned with the global-economic standard, there will be no recovery in this country. Thus, putting an end to single biggest job-destroying policy this country has ever suffered under - that being the "minimum wage" law - would be the greatest step toward bringing prosperity back to this land.


Also, the numerous barriers to job-creation in this country will need to be eliminated before any meaningful progress can be made in restoring our economy.

Abolishing the EPA, FDA, DOE, HEW, HHS, Department of Social Security, and myriad other costly and completely counter-productive agencies, would be a good start.

Business knows how to run their business better than the government does. This has been born out over decades, and yet the liberals just never get the message in this lesson. Regulation kills free-enterprise. It is as simple as that.

Lastly, the crushing burden that is the corporate income-tax simply must be dismissed. After the debilitating minimum-wage, it is probably the second biggest reason that we are in the financial-straights we find ourselves in today.


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DAH, AMERICA DOESNT MANUFACTUER ANYFING
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Nevermind the cartoon channel.  What can be manufactured on par with overseas products at cost?


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Until the lazy and overpaid US "workers" get compensated at a rate more closely aligned with the global-economic standard, there will be no recovery in this country. Thus, putting an end to single biggest job-destroying policy this country has ever suffered under - that being the "minimum wage" law - would be the greatest step toward bringing prosperity back to this land.


Also, the numerous barriers to job-creation in this country will need to be eliminated before any meaningful progress can be made in restoring our economy.


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Yeah because every other first world country that protects workers and regulates corporations is an impoverished shithole.

You rednecks really need to travel more. You're ignorant as fuck.

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DAH, AMERICA DOESNT MANUFACTUER ANYFING
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Nevermind the cartoon channel.  What can be manufactured on par with overseas products at cost?

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Nothing. Right now.

But, as pointed out above, eliminate the corporate income tax, EPA, OSHA, pensions, business-funded health-care (really, what the fuck does business have to do with paying for your health-care anyway) and the minimum-wage, and the answer to your question becomes easy.

"Pretty much everything."


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How is sweatshop labor better than welfare?

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How is sweatshop labor better than welfare?

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What a stupid fucking question.

One case is a paying job, and the other case is free handouts (worth $67,830/year today) and you're asking why a paying job it is better?

Holy fuck are you an idiot.


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How is sweatshop labor better than welfare?

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What a stupid fucking question.

One case is a paying job, and the other case is free handouts (worth $67,830/year today) and you're asking why a paying job it is better?

Holy fuck are you an idiot.

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How is paying someone a non-living wage better than welfare? Who is going to buy the stuff you're manufacturing if everyone is not making a living wage?


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What a stupid fucking question.

One case is a paying job, and the other case is free handouts (worth $67,830/year today) and you're asking why a paying job it is better?

Holy fuck are you an idiot.

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How is paying someone a non-living wage better than welfare? Who is going to buy the stuff you're manufacturing if everyone is not making a living wage?

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Oh, look, a liberal that thinks that everyone should just magically have money.

Uh, I'm not sure if you are aware of this or not, but there are a LOT of upper-middle-class and higher people in this country that would LOVE to buy their goods and services at a cheaper price - like the kind we'd enjoy if we eliminated the minimum-wage and all the regulation that drives up the cost of those same goods and services.


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What a stupid fucking question.

One case is a paying job, and the other case is free handouts (worth $67,830/year today) and you're asking why a paying job it is better?

Holy fuck are you an idiot.

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How is paying someone a non-living wage better than welfare? Who is going to buy the stuff you're manufacturing if everyone is not making a living wage?

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Oh, look, a liberal that thinks that everyone should just magically have money.

Uh, I'm not sure if you are aware of this or not, but there are a LOT of upper-middle-class and higher people in this country that would LOVE to buy their goods and services at a cheaper price - like the kind we'd enjoy if we eliminated the minimum-wage and all the regulation that drives up the cost of those same goods and services.

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Now you're claiming that America can manufacture goods of the same quality as overseas for SIGNIFICANTLY LESS cost? That seems like a tall order.


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Summary: Sweatshop labor is better than welfare because... um... well... it just is.


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Now you're claiming that America can manufacture goods of the same quality as overseas for SIGNIFICANTLY LESS cost? That seems like a tall order.

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Not really.

The average UAW worker get $173/hour for tightening bolts if you add in all the pensions, health-care, retirement, union-scale, and myriad other benefits.  You don't think the price of an American car would come down if that figure was more like $10/hour?

As far as "same quality" - well, lets just same getting rid of that fat union fuck would go a long ways toward achieving that goal too.


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Suck it libbies. Your side lost.

http://mobile.reuters.com/article/idUSL2N0T21AR20141112?irpc=932

WASHINGTON, Nov 12 (Reuters) - Republican congressional leaders on Wednesday wasted no time in criticizing what they called President Barack Obama's "one-sided" climate deal with China, using the announcement to declare war on the administration's plan to use executive actions to combat carbon emissions.


In brokering a high-profile pact with China, the Obama administration knew it would preempt one of the most often-cited arguments Republicans have used to argue against mandatory domestic carbon cuts: China will continue to pollute unabated.
But even with China vowing to curb its carbon, Republicans were quick to question the validity of China's headline-grabbing pledge and used the announcement to rally the party as it prepares to lead Congress by promising to do what it can to rein in the Environmental Protection Agency, whose rules will achieve the bulk of promised emissions cuts.

"As we enter a new Congress, I will do everything in my power to rein in and shed light on the EPA's unchecked regulations," said Oklahoma Senator James Inhofe, a climate change skeptic and critic of U.N. climate talks who will become the chair of the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee in January.

Senator Mitch McConnell, a Kentucky Republican and incoming Senate majority leader, said his main goal when he takes the gavel is to get "the EPA reined in."

He questioned the stringency of China's pledge on Wednesday at a photo session with newly elected Republican senators on the first day of a "lame-duck" session of Congress. A new Republican majority takes control of the Senate from Democrats in January.


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As I read the agreement, it requires the Chinese to do nothing at all for 16 years, while these carbon emission regulations are creating havoc in my state and in other states across the country.


McConnell made criticism of the Obama administration's planned restrictions on coal-fired power plant emissions a central theme of his own re-election campaign in Kentucky, a major coal-mining state.

He declined to say what actions Republicans will take regarding the carbon emission deal, adding, We'll be discussing all that with our colleagues here in the next few days before we get ready to take over the new majority.

Previously, McConnell said a viable tool Republicans have is the federal budget process, which they can use to squeeze the EPA's operations or tie measures to kill EPA rules to must-pass spending bills.

He also earlier in the year said he could look to a rarely used law - the Congressional Review Act - to repeal the EPA's regulations. However, he would need to wait until June to use it because that is when they will be finalized.

Lawmakers are also likely to use the federal budget to prevent the State Department from offering funding to the United Nations' Green Climate Fund to help the world's least developed countries adapt to the effects of climate change, which is expected to build the confidence of developing countries in U.N. talks.


FINALLY, we are on the right track!


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KIKE!!!
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