Uh Oh! The private sector sees climate change as a sinking ship.

Posted by Jason | Posted in Global Warming, Government | Posted on 17-02-2010

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Looks like the climate scam is falling apart day by day. Just like Big Pharma with ObamaCare, these energy giants were trying to get in on the scam to make sure the government gun was not pointed in their direction. Now that the rational from our government, “we’re pointing this gun at you to protect you from the weather”, is falling apart, these companies are jumping off the ship.

Oil giants BP PLC and ConocoPhillips and heavy-equipment maker Caterpillar Inc. said Tuesday they won’t renew their membership in the three-year-old U.S. Climate Action Partnership, a broad business-environmental coalition that had been instrumental in building support in Washington for capping emissions of greenhouse gases.

The move comes as debate over climate change intensifies and concerns mount about the cost of capping greenhouse-gas emissions.

via BP, ConocoPhillips and Caterpillar Pull Out of Climate Partnership – WSJ.com.

This is just more proof that the private sector is more efficient. Even in their scamming they react to changing conditions. Meanwhile, the government keeps pressing forward acting like nothing has changed. Then again, when all you have to do is stick a gun in someone’s face, you don’t need to change.

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