An initiative to suspend California’s draconian climate law has qualified for the November ballot. The people can now choose between jobs and junk science and fight hot air at the ballot box.
An initiative to suspend Assembly Bill 32 officially qualified for the ballot last week by gathering more than 800,000 signatures, far more than the 433,971 required. Those who signed might not know if the world is going to end the day after tomorrow, but their jobs or unemployment insurance might end soon enough.
That’s the good news. The bad news is Arnold Schwarzenegger is even a worse idiot than I thought;
Schwarzenegger lashed back last week, saying, “This initiative sponsored by greedy Texas oil companies would cripple California’s fastest-growing economic sector, reverse our renewable energy policy and decimate our environmental progress for the benefit of these oil companies’ profit margins.” More- [seriously, read it all]
He is out of his friggin’ mind. He’s even using left-wing talking points!
AB-32 is destroying jobs and stands to chase even more business out of state. What business is actually growing in this state? Possible he means the scam carbon credit trading? Oh wait, that’s Illinois.
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