Bloomberg calls for a carbon tax – Dahhh!

Posted on December 14, 2007. Filed under: CarbCrap |

New York City mayor and potential U.S. presidential candidate Michael Bloomberg said that carbon cap-and-trade schemes are vulnerable to “special interests, corruption, inefficiencies,” and should be replaced by straight carbon taxes, reports the Associated Press.
 

Uh, Dahh – Why wouldn’t a person driven by tax wealth not want to tax the biggest potential  commodity?

 

Simple math – “It is the largest investment in a falling marketplace”

 

Also considering what they do, why wouldn’t ANY broker or trader not want to get into “carbon trades”? 

 

As carbon based life… “trading carbon” is the best scam since bottling tap water.

 

Just think a little, regardless of what you use as a source, how you move or store it… carbon is anything we eat, burn or move.

 

Taxing “air” we exhale may even be $better$, ohhh wait we are trying to do 😉

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