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  1. Joe D. Lincoln

    He helped to give ‘teachers raises despite the economic downturn’. Great, the city’s non public sector people are suffering, losing jobs and not getting raises, so why not increase the pay in the public sector – there by stretching the budget, placing a larger burden on the private sector – all while there is actual deflation due to the down turn. … Is this guy sure he is any way conservative, because he sure isn’t fiscally conservative.

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    • August 6, 2020, at 7:34 AM PDT
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  2. Joe D. Lincoln

    This guy didn’t say the solution was widespread adoption of nuclear power, and to double or triple up on fusion research – so he’s full of it. Can’t actually do anything meaningful with respect to what he thinks is a real problem – why not make things cost more (by his preferred method of pricing carbon).

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    • August 6, 2020, at 8:04 AM PDT
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  3. Joe D. Lincoln

    Also, when I was 13, 31 years ago, the fearmongering was still running out of oil and the fearmongering on catastrophic anthropogenic global warming was the new fear on the block. My 7th grade science teacher showed us a video where we were supposed to be practically out of oil by now, and the amazon rain forest was supposed to be practically completely eliminated. The fearmongering prognosticators of our global doom should all be ashamed of themselves for repeatedly making predictions which are all so retrospectively laughable.

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    • August 6, 2020, at 8:14 AM PDT
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