Friday, November 06, 2009

Last liar standing

A coming to terms with reality has affected the US Chamber of commerce.

Myron Ebell explains:
"It appears that the Chamber has caved under enormous pressure from some of its biggest member companies. They have reluctantly enlisted in the effort to reward these big special interests with gigantic windfall profits at the expense of consumers and small businesses," said Myron Ebell, CEI Director of Energy and Global Warming Policy.

"We invite small businesses whose interests are no longer being well-represented by the Chamber on this critical issue to drop their membership in the U. S. Chamber and join us at CEI in fighting against all energy-rationing legislation, even so-called compromises that only partly wreck the economy. We welcome their support. We will not capitulate," said Ebell.
Yeah, there will always be a home for conspiracy theorists at the CEI. We have your best death at heart. Here is one of those heart-warming fairy tales to tell their kids:

Meanwhile, over in the real world, here is a congressional hearing with Exxon where they explain just how little research budget they put into non-fossil fuel energy.

"So if you don't put research dollars in, does the new technologies come from the tooth fairy? How does it show up?"


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