Is anyone else tired of listening to Speaker Eddie Munster talk about the Republican “Better Way?” This jackwagon and his cronies have taken years of progress and reversed it based on an 8-page pamphlet that convinces idiots that regulation does nothing but cost jobs. It doesn’t keep greedy investment bankers out of your neighborhoods or oil and coal companies out of your rivers and streams or anything like that. It doesn’t ensure that your food is properly labeled or that
It doesn’t keep greedy investment bankers out of your neighborhoods or oil and coal companies out of your rivers and streams or anything like that. It doesn’t ensure that your food is properly labeled or that mega-farms conform to health standards. No…regulations only do one thing in Republican America and that is cost jobs.
How? Let’s listen to Speaker McStupid explain:
— Paul Ryan (@SpeakerRyan) March 31, 2017
Yeah. The douchebag actually said those things. America needs “affordable energy,” which translates to “Exxon Mobil and Chevron own my ass.” Regulations were going to kill one-third of the jobs in coal country, which amounts to about 25,000 — and only Paul Ryan knows exactly how these already in place regulations would manage to accomplish this disastrous feat — and all 65 of the permanent jobs that pipelines would create to run billions of gallons of oil per year from Canada to the gulf to be sold overseas.
The language is nothing short of predictably laughable. Assholes like Paul Ryan have one job: convince stupid people that the 650,000 jobs in renewable energy are bad because his filthy, coal-covered, oil-based masters told him to. Rolling back these regulations doesn’t save jobs, you morons…it makes rich people richer at the cost of our planet.
At some point, we may all be able to look back on this and laugh. Until then, a sh*tload of anger and some torches and pitchforks are in order. If we don’t keep reminding each other what these numbskulls and their daft followers are determined to do to our country, we only have ourselves to blame.