House Committee Calls Obama Green Energy Plan 'Propaganda'

Thursday, 22 Sep 2011 12:05 PM

By Dan Weil

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President Barack Obama’s effort to create green jobs simply amounts to propaganda, according to a report from the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee, The Hill reports.
 
“The metric of a ‘green job’ is nothing more than a propaganda tool designed to provide legitimacy to a pre-determined outcome that benefits a political ideology rather than the economy or the environment,” the report says.
 
The report says White House clean-energy policy has done nothing to generate new jobs.
 
Instead, the Obama administration has “worsened the state of an already struggling economy by over-regulating industries that foster job creation and misdirecting resources towards industries destined for failure,” it says.

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