Tuesday, July 27, 2010

Corn-A-Holing Taxpayers, But Good!

Brett Davis' favorite people are World-Class Thieves.

...the costs of carbon dioxide reduction are far greater than the $26 per metric ton tax the House passed as part of its cap-and-tax proposal: roughly $750 per ton for corn-based ethanol, $275 per ton for cellulosic ethanol and $300 per ton for biodiesel.

LOTS more at Eggster's place.

1 comment:

Billiam said...

Well, the corn-a-hollers pay the whores in Madison and Washington, and they, in turn, stay bought. Since much of the public hasn't a clue anymore about how dangerous it is to give government so much control, it continues. We become little more than slaves with a thinning veil of lies mistaken as freedom.