Senators Answer Kerry's 'What's the Worst that Can Happen?' Climate Question

By USDR

What’s the worst thing that could happen if he and his colleagues are wrong about man-made climate doomSecretary of State John Kerry asked Boston College graduates Monday.

Here’s how two senators answered Kerry’s question:
Sen. Inhofe (R-Okla.): “The worst that will happen as a result of the Obama Administrations’ man-made climate change agenda is a stalled economy, an unreliable and unaffordable electricity grid, and the loss of millions of American job opportunities. We are on this path. Furthermore, while the United States is attempting to outlaw the use of some of our cheapest domestic energy resources for the sake of so-called climate change, Europe has been eager to purchase it.

Here’s a quote from Sen. David Vitter, Ranking Republican on the Senate EPW Committee:

“Devastate our economy, make American manufacturing evaporate, andmake heating or cooling your home unaffordable for many Americans. Just look at Spain, France, Italy and the U.K.’s economies after they implemented job-killing ‘cap and tax’ style policies.”

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