MSNBC's Chris Hayes Claims Energy Prices 'Too Low,' Preventing 'Sane Climate Policy'

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  1. Revmitchell

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    Given the current sad state of the economy, when the price of something goes down, that's a good thing because you can buy more of it without breaking the bank, right?

    That's not what the host of the MSNBC program Up With Chris Hayes said on Saturday, when he claimed that “the price of energy is too low” and “the massive, extractive energy boom happening in America right now” is getting in the way of promoting renewable power sources.

    Hayes stated that the price of fuel, “coming down as sharply as it is right now” because of “a massive amount of supply” that is available “thanks largely to natural gas,” has created “a lot of problematic stuff” in terms of incentives for efficiency and “a sane energy policy.”

    Read more: http://newsbusters.org/blogs/randy-...oo-low-preventing-sane-climate-#ixzz2EjEx2CEU
     

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