Climate Fraud Shows Government is the Problem – Commentary by
Frank Gillispie 12/3/09
We now know that all the data used to proclaim a world wide climate crisis was manipulated to yield the result the advocates
wanted. The millions of dollars that have been spent and the billions that have been budgeted or proposed are all based on a lie.
Why? It was designed to gain massive financial, social and political gains for the proponents of climate change at the expense of
we the people who were expected to sacrifice our own financial, social and political freedoms to satisfy their ambitions.
"Whenever you hear the consensus of scientists agrees on something or other, reach for your wallet, because you're being had." --
Michael Crichton, Caltech Michelin Lecture, January 17, 2003
"When the search for truth is confused with political advocacy, the pursuit of knowledge is reduced to the quest for power."
--Alston Chase, quoted by Michael Crichton in Why Politicized Science is Dangerous, excerpted from State of Fear
"Historically, the claim of consensus has been the first refuge of scoundrels; it is a way to avoid debate by claiming that the
matter is already settled. " --Michael Crichton, Caltech Michelin Lecture, January 17, 2003
"The urge to save humanity is almost always a false-face for the urge to rule it." --H.L. Mencken
So, how many of the other “emergencies” fall into the same category? Has our nation’s health been misjudged for the sole purpose
of turning over a major part of our economy to the politicians and bureaucrats in Washington? Are all those appeals for donations
to one desperate cause or another real, or are they based on false or non-existent data?
Would all these financial institutions that were “too big to allow to fail” have done as much damage as the massive spending
deficits being run up by our government? Would General Motors and Chrysler have survived after a normal bankruptcy without the
billions of federal dollars they collected from our pockets?
I believe that in every case above, and many others, government intervention did far more damage than good. If we could just get
government out of the way and allow the market place work as it should, most of these so called crises would be resolved. If
we remove the unnecessary government regulations from the work place the cost of American made goods will be competitive with
those from outside the U.S. A dramatic cut or even elimination of payroll taxes would boost employment to the point that even
those unneeded government workers would easily find truly productive jobs.
Just imagine a nation where workers get to keep all the money they earn and are allowed to spend it as they wish. Imagine a nation
where workers never have to worry about filing income tax returns on April 15th. Imagine a nation where everyone who wants to work
can easily find jobs, and those who don’t want to work will have to find a way to take care of themselves. Imagine a nation were
anyone who wants to start a home based business can do so without having to fill out tons of tax forms and permit requests.
How do we achieve this? First, we should insist that our governments strictly obey the limits set by the Constitution as written,
not as some judge thinks it should have said. We should eliminate all payroll taxes and apply a consumer tax at the wholesale
level. That would force imported goods to pay the same taxes as the things we build here at home. We should dramatically reduce
or eliminate government welfare programs, returning the responsibility for the care of those who cannot care for themselves to
family, church and community where it belongs.
With these changes, U.S. made products will be competitive with imports. People will be free to start their own family business
without interference from government so that they can support and care for themselves and their families. Unemployment would
virtually vanish from our economy. And government can devote their time to preserving the safety, defense and communication
systems that cross state lines.
President Reagan was right when he said, “Government is not the solution, government is the problem.”
Copyright © 2009 by Frank Gillispie
email@example.com, Hull, GA
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