Johnson: Greenhouse Subversion
By Timothy P. Johnson
|Blow it out your Greenhouse (G)ases!|
The Sunday News Journal, February 13, 2005, article by a Jeff Montgomery Del.
Bucks Bush’s clean-air inaction is little more than an admission by all parties mentioned that they are involved in Subversion.
Firstly, the President, does not control or engage in making Treaties; it is the authority of the Senate. So, to blame him, is a pointless display of ignorance.
Secondly, I will defer to another crackpot James Madison, in The Federalist No. 44, "A fifth clause of provisions in favor of the federal authority consists of the following restrictions on the authority of the several States. 1. 'No State shall enter into any treaty, alliance or confederation; grant letters of marque and reprisal; coin money; emit bills of credit; make anything but gold and silver a legal tender in payment of debt; pass any bill of attainder, ex post facto law, or any law impairing the obligation of contracts; or grant any title of nobility.' The prohibition against treaties, alliances, and confederations makes part of the existing Articles of the Union, and the reason for which needs no explanation, is copied into the new Constitution." What would he know about a document he had to a large part written?
Thirdly, the only reason I did not call this action Treason is in deference to the Supreme Court, an amazing group of individuals, who have achieved the highest judicial positions in the land without the ability to read.
Additionally, the SUBVERSION goes into the corporate level. Isn’t it interesting that Ms. Minner has been pushing for a Liquified Natural Gas depot in the Delaware, NJ areas when, “If RGGI (Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative) is not adopted nationally, it risks becoming a serious choke on the participating states in the Northeast, which can in turn expect power prices to rise, especially if the rules drives fuel switching to, and even greater dependence on, expensive and volatile natural gas.” at least according to the NRG.
Thank goodness she knew about this Subversion far enough in advance so that Delaware can make money on it. Delaware can always find a way to make money through the subversion of principals.
We also have Bill Yingling a Conectiv spokesman saying, “We believe greenhouse gas is an environmental issue that’s global in scope and requires a global and national solution.”
Can I have a 10% finders fee? It would seem that Conectiv needs to hire a new group of attorneys. Hey Bill... not only is the the Subversion as mentioned above-IT’S NOT LAW!
Then again, they know that. They are players in the game. The game is World Government. If that seems to nebulous a topic lets just call it control, control, and control. I do not believe these people are ignorant, I do believe that they are criminal.
Oh.... the last name is "Johnson," as in, "You can call me Ray, or you can call me Jay, or you can call me Ray-Jay, or you can call me Johnny - but you doesn't has to call me Johnson."
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