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Republicans defeat Green New Deal in U.S. Senate vote Democrats call a stunt

Republicans defeat Green New Deal in U.S. Senate vote Democrats call a stunt

Postby smix » Wed Mar 27, 2019 2:52 am

Republicans defeat Green New Deal in U.S. Senate vote Democrats call a stunt
Reuters

URL: https://www.reuters.com/article/us-usa- ... SKCN1R71BZ
Category: Politics
Published: March 26, 2019

Description: WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. Senate Republicans on Tuesday defeated the “Green New Deal” resolution that called for tackling climate change by moving the United States off fossil fuels, while Democrats said the vote was a political stunt on an issue that will not die. The vote was 57 against the resolution in the 100-member chamber, with 43 Democrats voting “present,” avoiding an up-or-down vote. Republicans won over Democratic Senators Joe Manchin and Kyrsten Sinema and one independent senator, Angus King, who usually votes with that party. The Green New Deal, introduced last month by Democrats, marked an initial attempt to define legislation to create government-led investments in clean energy like wind and solar power, infrastructure and social programs. Democrats have said the plan, which is backed by most of the party’s presidential candidates, was designed to spur debate during the 2020 campaign on the intricate problem of how to tackle climate change while boosting the economy, not to force the party to take sides in a quick vote. But Republican Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell forced a vote before the plan had the chance for a national debate or hearings in Congress. In a move that likely previews their wider strategy ahead of next year’s presidential election, Republicans used the plan to try to sow discord among Democrats, painting their rivals as shifting to socialism and embracing extreme policies.

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McConnell wrote on Twitter that Americans would see which senators are against the deal and which “are so fully committed to radical left-wing ideology that they can’t even vote ‘no’ on self-inflicted economic ruin that would take a sledgehammer to America’s middle class.” Asked before the vote whether he believes climate change is happening and if humans are contributing to it, McConnell said: “I do. The question is how do you address it.” He said the way to fight climate change was by encouraging private companies to innovate. The non-binding Green New Deal resolution sought to speed a transition of the U.S. economy away from burning oil, gas and coal and emitting greenhouse gases from cars and industry blamed for climate change. Its name referenced Democratic President Franklin Roosevelt’s Depression-era New Deal that used massive government-led investments to lift the economy. Democratic Senator Edward Markey, who unveiled the plan with Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, told reporters that McConnell and other Republicans “fail to understand ... that the Green New Deal is not just a resolution, it is a revolution.”
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Democratic Senator Dianne Feinstein was criticized by Green New Deal supporters after she was filmed last month telling children she opposed the resolution because it was too expensive. But she sided with the majority of Democratic senators in voting “present,” to show unity in the party. Senator Kirsten Gillibrand, a Democrat running for president in a crowded field, told reporters that most Republican lawmakers were treating climate change like a “political stunt.” Gillibrand said most Republican lawmakers were lockstep in support of President Donald Trump’s policies of rolling back environmental regulations and withdrawing from the 2015 Paris international climate agreement and “have refused to put forward any real plan to address climate change in any meaningful way.” Senator Lamar Alexander, a Republican, has offered a response to climate change that proposes to engage innovation by doubling research funding in 10 technologies including advanced nuclear, batteries and capturing carbon for burial underground, a plan critics say does not act fast enough. Former Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper became the first 2020 Democratic candidate to oppose the plan, writing in the Washington Post that it would give the government too much power in investment decisions. To spur innovations needed to curb climate change, “government must not shun the private sector,” Hickenlooper said in the piece. As scientists say climate change is causing billions of dollars worth of damage by making floods, storms and droughts more intense, debate is expected to amplify ahead of 2020. Republican Senator Lindsey Graham told reporters the Green New Deal was discussed with Trump at a party lunch on Tuesday. Graham said Trump told Republican senators: “Make sure you don’t kill it too much because I want to run against it.”
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Democrats abstain from voting on their own “Green New Deal”

Postby smix » Thu Mar 28, 2019 4:02 pm

Democrats abstain from voting on their own “Green New Deal”
World Socialist Web Site

URL: https://www.wsws.org/en/articles/2019/0 ... o-m28.html
Category: Politics
Published: March 28, 2019

Description: On Tuesday afternoon, US Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, a Republican, put the “Green New Deal,” a policy proposal co-sponsored by 89 out of 235 Democrats in the House of Representatives and 11 out 47 in the Senate, up for a vote on the Senate floor. The “Green New Deal” has made endless headlines since it was introduced over a month ago by two Democrats: New York Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, a member of the Democratic Socialists of America, and Massachusetts Senator Ed Markey. The content of the proposal is a non-binding resolution introduced in both houses of Congress calling for transitioning American energy production to non-carbon-based sources within 10 years.

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The WSWS has previously exposed the bogus character of the “Green New Deal,” which promotes the fiction that there is a solution to climate change within the framework of the United States and while preserving the capitalist system—in other words, a national, “free market” solution to a threat to the existence of humanity that requires global economic planning only possible under world socialism (see: “The fallacies and evasions of the Green New Deal”). Tuesday’s political stunt added new layers of duplicity, with the Republicans carrying out a cynical maneuver to force the Democrats to vote for the bill offered by Markey and Ocasio-Cortez. Instead, not a single Democrat did so. The final tally was 57-0 against the bill, with 43 Democrats voting “present,” the equivalent of abstaining. The 11 Democratic senators who had publicly endorsed the bill declined to vote for it, including such presidential candidates as Bernie Sanders, Kamala Harris, Amy Klobuchar and Elizabeth Warren. Three Democrats openly voted no: Joe Manchin from West Virginia, Kyrsten Sinema from Arizona (a one-time Green Party activist!), and Doug Jones from Alabama. Senator Angus King from Maine, an independent who caucuses with the Democrats, also voted against it. The overwhelming majority of Republicans are deeply hostile to any government action on the issue of climate change, with many going as far to deny the existence of a climate crisis altogether. Others oppose climate change policy because they, along with many Democrats, are paid stooges of big fossil fuel companies. Some fall into both categories. McConnell and the Republicans called a vote on the issue knowing it would cause a crisis for the Democratic Party. They hoped to force Democrats to publicly dissociate themselves from the bill—and thus embarrass themselves in front of young people and others genuinely committed to fighting climate change—and on this score they succeeded. What accounts for the zero votes in favor of a policy proposal that is being co-sponsored by 100 Democratic representatives and senators? After all, it has been endorsed by many 2020 Democratic Party presidential candidates, and action on climate change has broad support throughout the country, even in many Republican districts. The Democrats could not agree to a vote, first and foremost, because they knew it would reveal that most of them oppose even this minimal and non-binding resolution. The vote is another indication that the Democratic Party has no intention of passing the “Green New Deal,” or any other policy proposal which might infringe on the profits of big business, to which they are tied hand and foot. The leader of the Democrats in Congress, multimillionaire Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi, has derisively referred to the resolution as a “green dream.” For his part, Senate Minority Leader Charles Schumer, known as the “senator from Wall Street,” has received $310,020 from the oil and gas industry throughout his political career. Even Democratic supporters and co-sponsors of the Green New Deal with less damning pro-corporate records have since qualified their support, calling the proposal merely “aspirational.” In the words of co-sponsor and Democratic presidential hopeful Senator Amy Klobuchar, it is at best “something that we need to move toward.” However, the most deceitful aspect of the whole framework of this “debate” lies in the content of the Green New Deal itself. While drawing attention to some of the most critical aspects of the climate crisis, this proposal, even if it were adopted by Congress, would have zero impact on federal policy. Its non-binding status means that the US government would not in any way be required to work toward its stated goals. So far to the right is the Democratic Party that it cannot even be pressured to vote for a proposal brought forward by its own representatives that requires that it does nothing! It is in this context that the role of Ocasio-Cortez, the face of the Green New Deal, must be understood. Her role in Tuesday’s drama was to encourage Democrats to vote “present” to cover over the divisions within the party over this political fraud. Ocasio-Cortez is painted by the media and the various fake-left organizations in the orbit of the Democratic Party, above all the Democratic Socialists of America, as an insurgent who is “taking on” the old guard of the party. Her “Green New Deal” has been held up as evidence of her commitment to “radical” change.

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Tuesday’s debacle revealed on a small scale the entire political function of Ocasio-Cortez. Instead of pressuring the Democrats to take a stand on the Green New Deal, she covered for their refusal to do so. Political figures and parties must be judged, as Lenin once put it, “not by the glittering uniforms they don or by the high-sounding appellations they give themselves, but by their actions and by what they actually advocate.” Ocasio-Cortez is a Democrat, who supports Democratic Party policies, toes the Democratic Party line, advocates supporting Democratic Party candidates, and praises the stellar leadership of Speaker Pelosi, a key political agent of the US ruling elite and the military-intelligence apparatus. She criticizes social inequality, global warming, etc. but refuses to say anything about the social system that produces these maladies and the political forces responsible for them. She proposes curing inequality by supporting the Democratic Party, one of the two parties that promotes it. She proposes to attack the wealth of the rich while leaving untouched the economic system upon which this wealth is based. In the case of climate change, she calls for radical policies (in words) on Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday, while on Tuesday giving her party an amnesty when it came to an actual vote. The media campaign around Ocasio-Cortez and her Green New Deal is a repetition of the operation that was mounted behind the 2016 Sanders campaign, which was used to promote the fiction that the Democratic Party can be reformed. Sanders’ own role in 2016 was to channel opposition behind Hillary Clinton, the candidate of the military and Wall Street. Ocasio-Cortez is being primed to perform this same role in the 2020 elections. There exists a powerful force capable of taking on the issue of climate change, along with every other fundamental issue facing humanity today, and it is not the Democratic Party. It is the American and international working class, in the struggle for socialism.
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Democrats’ astonishing climate-change dodge

Postby smix » Thu Mar 28, 2019 9:35 pm

Democrats’ astonishing climate-change dodge
New York Post

URL: https://nypost.com/2019/03/27/democrats ... nge-dodge/
Category: Politics
Published: March 27, 2019

Description: Call it a sad sign of party unity: Not a single Democrat voted Tuesday to advance Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s Green New Deal resolution in the Senate. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell put the measure up for a vote to force Democrats to make a public stand on it — and they punted. Original co-sponsor Sen. Ed Markey (D-Mass.) joined 42 other Dems, including all six of the Senate’s 2020 contenders, in voting “present.” Six Democrats and all Republicans voted “nay.” Supposed supporters of the Green New Deal complained that having a vote on the bill was a “stunt” — but then what’s the point of writing it in the first place?

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The real problem is that the GND’s “ideals” are actually disasters. Set aside all the blather about creating new jobs and vastly boosting social justice: At its core is the drive to end all US greenhouse-gas emissions by 2030 — which means shutting down much of the economy. Stop all burning of coal, oil and natural gas? Renewable energy (even if you include nuclear power) simply can’t scale up in time — and would cost far more. In short, a bill encapsulating the dreams the Democratic base — at least the urban Democratic Socialists of the AOC wing — is so toxic that no senator dares vote for it. Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-NY) insisted that the maneuver shows that Republicans have no plan “to deal with the threat of climate change.” But if the Green new Deal isn’t worth voting on, neither do the Democrats.
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Senate Demos Duck Green New Deal

Postby smix » Thu Mar 28, 2019 11:41 pm

Senate Demos Duck Green New Deal
The Patriot Post

URL: https://patriotpost.us/articles/62004-s ... n-new-deal
Category: Politics
Published: March 27, 2019

Description: McConnell put senators on the record, and the ecofascist proposal failed, 0-57.
The Senate voted on the widely panned Green New Deal (GND) Tuesday, and it went down in spectacular flames, 0-57. All but three Democrats refused to vote either yes or no, instead courageously standing up for our planet by voting “present.” Last month, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell noted that there was “great interest in the Green New Deal.” Therefore, he said with a wry smile, “We’re going to be voting on that in the Senate. Give everybody an opportunity to go on record and see how they feel about the Green New Deal.” The GND, the $93 trillion socialist brainchild of Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY), has received vocal support from nearly every Democrat presidential candidate, even as many leading economists warn how tremendously damaging the legislation would be for the U.S. economy should it become law. In fact, the GND is so bad that even Big Labor, the AFL-CIO, blasted the boondoggle because it “could cause immediate harm to millions of our members and their families.” Unions “will not stand by and allow threats to our members’ jobs and their families’ standard of living go unanswered.”

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Humorously, AOC is angry that the Senate voted on her GND. Clearly, her outrage is not because she’s seen the error of her ways. Rather it’s because she knew it had no chance of passing the Senate. “The GOP’s whole game of wasting votes in Congress to target others ‘on the record’, for [legislation] they have no intent to pass, is a disgrace,” she carped. AOC further alleged that McConnell “doesn’t want to save our planet.” Evidently, not a single Senate Democrat wants to “save our planet,” either. Worse, AOC insisted, McConnell “thinks we can drink oil in 30 years when all our water is poisoned.” Could we get a fact-checker on the line? Ironically, the GND’s primary Senate sponsor, Ed Markey (D-MA), is likewise incensed. “Don’t let Mitch McConnell fool you,” he groused last month. “This is nothing but an attempt to sabotage the movement we are building. He wants to silence your voice.” By letting you vote on your idea? After the vote, Markey asserted that Republicans “fail to understand” the Green New Deal “is not just a resolution. It is a revolution.” That’s exactly what conservatives oppose. The whole reason members propose legislation is in the hopes that it will be voted on — so it’s either passed or can be a record to show constituents how the member voted and why. AOC and Markey both know the GND simply won’t fly with the vast majority of Americans because, for all intents and purposes, it would turn the U.S. into Venezuela. But let’s just say for a moment that these ecofascists actually believe climate change is primarily or entirely caused by mankind, and that unless massive changes take place the earth is doomed in 12 years. Would they not want as many senators and representatives “on the record” as possible so they could then share that with the American people? As McConnell put it, “Do you believe it’s a prescription for America? Then why would you not want to vote for it?” The truth is AOC and Markey no more believe the earth is doomed in 12 years than do any of the Democrat presidential candidates. It isn’t about saving the planet; it’s about softening the beaches for the ideology of socialism, and McConnell just called their bluff.
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Academia bolsters the Green New Deal’s policymaking by make-believe

Postby smix » Fri Mar 29, 2019 1:22 am

Academia bolsters the Green New Deal’s policymaking by make-believe
Washington Examiner

URL; https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/opin ... ke-believe
Category: Politics
Published: March 28, 2019

Description: The Senate soundly rejected Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s Green New Deal 0-57 on Tuesday after Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., allowed the resolution, co-sponsored by Sen. Ed Markey, D-Mass., to come to the floor. In protest of the political move, Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., encouraged Senate Democrats to vote “present” on the resolution instead of “yes,” which all but three of them did. This week’s vote is the latest defeat for what has been a tumultuous rollout of the Green New Deal. In February, the plan was widely mocked in the media after the publication of a FAQ demanding policymakers “fully get rid of farting cows and airplanes” and “upgrade or replace every building in U.S.,” among other gems. The FAQ was quickly taken down from Ocasio-Cortez’s congressional website after the public embarrassment, but the Internet is forever. Conservatives may be tempted to laugh off the Green New Deal’s outlandish proposals. However, history suggests this would be unwise. As I warned last month, the Overton window of political possibilities teaches us that today’s punchline could be tomorrow’s policy. My personal experience as a recent master’s in public policy graduate of George Washington University underlies this point. The Green New Deal is not the singular brainchild of a millennial socialist. Rather, respected academics have taken seriously some of the zaniest ideas of the plan. To give one example, a sociology class I attended assigned a 2012 article by Stephen M. Wheeler, a landscape architecture and environmental design professor at University of California, Davis, that imagines a future society where many of the Green New Deal’s proposals are a reality. First, on reducing the use of airplanes, Wheeler’s green utopia has a universal cap on how much citizens can travel by plane, as other transportation options such as high-speed rail have supplanted the “wasteful” 20th-century mode of transportation:
From time to time an airplane appears in the skies overhead, but these are also rare. Since there was no real way to make air travel carbon neutral, the guide says, it has been greatly curtailed. Everyone is now allowed two round-trip flights during their lifetimes. These are usually taken as part of years abroad for young people, since it is such an important educational experience for them to see other parts of the world. Otherwise, there is little need for air transport. Flying halfway around the world for a short vacation is seen as incredibly wasteful — a feature of the consumption-oriented lifestyles of the industrial age when few considered their responsibilities toward the planet.


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As for upgrading or replacing every building in the U.S., the green utopia of the future has not only done that, but gone further by demolishing almost all of them:
Ever since the climate crisis of the early twenty-first century, he says, societies have required their buildings to be plus-energy — that is, to generate more energy than they consume, and to minimize energy inputs in terms of materials. That catalytic event changed the way that people thought about all aspects of their lives, and so it has long been taken for granted that both buildings and people would place no additional burden on the environment ... It was part of the new social emphasis on quality of life instead of quantity of production, and on collective responsibilities rather than individual consumption.

What’s most telling from my experience was not the reading itself, but rather how my graduate classmates reacted to this vision of a world where world travel, thriving cities, and free trade were drastically curtailed: not with horror, but wonder. Ocasio-Cortez may seem like an anomaly today, but she is part of a generation of college graduates like myself who have been regularly fed such environmental fantasies where human civilization has sacrificed technology to become an inconsequential element of the earth. And unless America’s thought leaders stand up for human ingenuity, outlandish ideas such as the Green New Deal will be more likely to become a reality as young voters potentially embrace policymaking by make-believe.
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Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s ‘Green New Deal’ Is Powered By Unicorns

Postby smix » Fri Mar 29, 2019 5:23 pm

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s ‘Green New Deal’ Is Powered By Unicorns
The Federalist

URL: https://thefederalist.com/2019/01/07/al ... -unicorns/
Category: Politics
Published: January 7, 2019

Description: Even if Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s fever dream were technologically feasible, the burden of funding it would land on the middle class as well as the uber-wealthy.

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The idea that conservatives are generally upset over a video of Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez imitating the dance scene from “The Breakfast Club” may be a textbook example of fake news. In contrast, her proposal for a “Green New Deal” is real news, but fake policy. In a “60 Minutes” interview that aired Sunday, the darling of democratic socialism proposed eliminating carbon emissions within 12 years. Ocasio-Cortez has previously avoided specifying how she would pay for her “Green New Deal.” The “Frequently Asked Questions” section accompanying her draft resolution claims it could be funded in the “same ways that we paid for the 2008 bank bailout and extended quantitative easing programs, the same ways we paid for World War II and many other wars. The Federal Reserve can extend credit to power these projects and investments, new public banks can be created (as in WWII) to extend credit and a combination of various taxation tools (including taxes on carbon and other emissions and progressive wealth taxes) can be employed.” The war metaphor is among the classics of collectivism. Ocasio-Cortez now falls back on the comforting myth that everything is affordable by soaking the rich with higher income taxes. She told Anderson Cooper that “once you get to, like, the tippy tops, on your 10 millionth dollar, sometimes you see tax rates as high as 60 or 70 percent. That doesn’t mean all $10 million are taxed at an extremely high rate, but it means that as you climb up this ladder you should be contributing more.” Ocasio-Cortez half-concedes her plan is a fantasy: “It’s going to require a lot of rapid change that we don’t even conceive as possible right now. What is the problem with trying to push our technological capacities to the furthest extent possible?” In a nutshell (where Ocasio-Cortez is dwelling, policy-wise), the problem is that our technological capacities are not quite what they are in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. According to Tom Pyle, president of the Institute for Energy Research: “One hundred percent renewable energy defies the laws of physics. It would be impossible to achieve.” There is no Tony Stark here with an Arc Reactor for everyone. Instead, we have Elon Musk, sparking up like Bob Marley after years of government subsidies. For an idea of how detached Ocasio-Cortez is from reality, consider that we get only 17 percent of our energy from renewables. As Paul Bledsoe, a strategic adviser at the Progressive Policy Institute, notes, setting entirely unrealistic goals undermines the credibility of any effort to address climate change. Vox’s David Roberts, who is as green as the Hulk and usually as angry regarding the status quo on our environment, summarizes the Green New Deal as follows: “Ocasio-Cortez’s plan actually calls for decarbonizing not just electricity but the entire US economy in 10 years, which is almost certainly impossible absent radical reductions in Americans’ energy consumption, something like imposed austerity — and nobody thinks Americans are that scared of climate change. Even decarbonizing the economy by 2050 … is an extraordinarily daunting challenge, involving hundreds of discrete policy problems, each facing their own dilemmas and entrenched interests.” Given that not even leprechauns are as green as Ocasio-Cortez, it almost seems like piling on to mention the math. But the pot at the end of AOC’s rainbow is more likely to be filled with Lucky Charms than gold. The Washington Post’s Jeff Stein estimates that raising the marginal tax rate to between 60 and 70 percent on incomes above $10 million might raise as much as $720 billion dollars in a decade. Stein also acknowledged that “[t]he real number is probably smaller than that, because wealthy Americans would probably find ways around paying this much-higher tax.” That concession is probably a vast understatement. It is fairly well-established that as marginal tax rates rise, the income taxpayers report goes down. Moreover, according to physicist Christopher Clack, who has studied rapid deployments of renewables, the cost of building out generating capacity by itself would cost trillions, not billions. In short, even if the golden geese of capitalism were to continue laying eggs in Ocasio-Cortez’s command-and-control economy, there will not be enough to make her statist omelet. Even if Ocasio-Cortez’s fever dream were technologically feasible, the burden of funding it would land on the middle class as well as the uber-wealthy. France discovered this the hard way, as the government’s magical thinking on carbon taxes and rapid conversion to solar and wind sparked middle-class street riots, which continued this past weekend.

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Such are the predictable results of what Roberts refers to as “something like imposed austerity.” Ocasio-Cortez’s colleagues know this. Rep. John Yarmuth (D), the new House Budget Committee chairman, recently referred to the Green New Deal as “probably something that is totally impossible to do” and that “nobody could afford.” Similarly, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s planned “Select Committee on the Climate Crisis” is not directed to draft Green New Deal legislation and lacks subpoena and deposition power. It is weaker than a similar committee formed a decade ago. As Ocasio-Cortez’s spokesman put it, “This committee, if it turns out that the rumors about it are true, sounds about as useful as a screen door on a submarine.” This is not the first time Ocasio-Cortez has tried to pass off a fairy tale as a white paper. She recently claimed the $32 trillion cost of a Medicare-for-all plan could be funded by curbing fraud at the Pentagon. Not even PolitiFact could make that math work, given that our nation has not spent $32 trillion on defense since its founding. Blue states like Vermont, California, and New York cannot get the single-payer math to work either. Yet the reaction from Very Serious People is not to ask Ocasio-Cortez when she plans to stop snorting the pixie dust, or to remind her she is not the representative for Neverland. In the world of Very Serious People, the idea of Mexico funding a border wall is fantastical, but the idea of going carbon-free in a decade is visionary. The Green New Deal will sound far more plausible when democratic socialists figure out a way to burn the unicorn flatulence generated in promoting it.
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