Thursday, September 17, 2009

Cass Sunstein wants to spread America's wealth

From WorldNetDaily
Echoes Van Jones on using 'environmental justice' to redistribute money Posted: September 16, 2009 ~ 8:25 pm Eastern By Aaron Klein © 2009 WorldNetDaily Cass SunsteinJERUSALEM – It is "desirable" to redistribute America's wealth to poorer nations, argued President Obama's newly confirmed regulatory czar, Cass Sunstein. According to Sunstein, global climate change is primarily the fault of U.S. environmental behavior and can, therefore, be used as a mechanism to redistribute the country's wealth. The argument bears striking resemblance to comments made by Obama's former environmental adviser, Van Jones. WND reported Jones used a major environmental convention to argue for spreading America's wealth. Now WND has learned Sunstein made similar, more extensive arguments. The Obama czar penned a 2007 University of Chicago Law School paper – obtained and reviewed by WND – in which he debated whether America should pay "justice" to the world by entering into a compensation agreement that would be a net financial loss for the U.S. Sunstein heavily leans on the side of such an agreement, particularly a worldwide carbon tax that would heavily tariff the U.S. [CLICK HERE TO READ MORE]
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