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Your Views: Climate change fears are aimed to undermine private industry
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Ted Hinds’ letter in The Times last Saturday was right on target, but the global warming alarmists don’t want to see it.

Also, the rumor that the violence of the Northeast storm is said to be tied to global warming, is just that -- a rumor. No scientific evidence supports their rumor, but rumors are hard to squelch.

The global alarmists tell you that government can delay or call it off with rules and regulations. This is not true, either. Some of our leaders in Washington do not like industry. They see industry is only for industry and they want to control it, forgetting that industry built our nation.

Sure there are some controls needed, but those in the EPA like their jobs so when they are told to do something about warming, they gather those who see global warming as a reality and go with their costly suggestions, thus making costly rules.

Look, government is not all bad, and neither is industry. But industry enjoys little or no influence in decision-making on Capitol Hill. It’s time that is changed. Let us get the government off our shoulders in this matter.

George C. Kaulbach

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