Reed’s writing

platitudesThe “Green New Deal’s” massive expansion of federal bureaucracy, technologically implausible guideposts and a tax to kill the American dream is not the answer to the undeniable threats our world is facing from climate change.–Rep. Tom Reed

A catch phrase is a phrase or expression recognized by its repeated utterance. Tom’s article in The Hill is an incoherent jumble of catch phrases; it is impossible to tell what he proposes. 

Catch phrases:

  1. empower change
  2. incentivizing entrepreneurs
  3. Innovation is not our enemy.
  4. upend the status quo of federal incentives for existing technologies.
  5. picking winners and losers
  6. market-driven innovation
  7. uncompetitive over-reliance on federal tax credits. 
  8. ends unlimited, market-distorting extenders for tax incentives
  9. lining the pockets of established technologies
  10. propping up otherwise uneconomical technologies.
  11. the challenges of an evolving environment.
  12. all-of-the-above energy strategy,
  13. it’s not just about the here and now – it’s about our future.

I don’t believe any comment is needed.

 

https://thehill.com/blogs/congress-blog/energy-environment/443896-first-step-toward-fighting-climate-change-is-a-simple

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1 Response to Reed’s writing

  1. Carol says:

    That’s Tom- many catch phrases, say nothing, fool the base.

    Liked by 1 person

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