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Anti-Junk Science Site, Anti-Carbon Tax

A press release from JunkScience:

JunkScience.com launches job loss awareness campaign

WASHINGTON, Aug. 18 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — JunkScience.com today announced a “Save Ohio Jobs” campaign to educate Ohio voters about steep job losses that may be caused by the Waxman-Markey energy tax bill.

“A recent study by the Heritage Foundation estimates that Ohio may lose an average of 46,000 jobs annually between the years 2012-2035 if Waxman-Markey bill is enacted into law,” said JunkScience.com publisher Steve Milloy. “Unless Ohio wants to experience this kind of unemployment, Ohio voters must make their voices heard by their representatives in Congress.” …

Ironically, the Waxman-Markey will accomplish nothing for the environment since, along with jobs, Ohio will simply be outsourcing its greenhouse gas emissions to China, India and Mexico.

“Even if you believe in the junk science-fueled notion that manmade emissions of greenhouse gases are altering global climate, this bill doesn’t reduce emissions so much as it merely shifts them to other parts of the world — especially since China and India have vowed not to commit to binding emissions limits,” Milloy said. “A further irony is that, to the extent Waxman-Markey makes the state poorer, Ohio’s environment will suffer since environmental protection is expensive,” Milloy added.

“Waxman-Markey is all pain and no gain for Ohio,” Milloy says…

This is a nice start.

But where are the other scientists?

This article was posted by Steve on Tuesday, August 18th, 2009. Comments are currently closed.

One Response to “Anti-Junk Science Site, Anti-Carbon Tax”

  1. Right of the People says:

    Having been born and raised in Ohio, I’m shocked that someone had the stones to do this. Ohio is a bastion of union loving, liberal, morons. That is one of the prime reasons I left, the population is full of entitlement babies. I guess when it comes down to them losing their jobs, even the lefties get scared.

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