Why are the republicans so hard to please with the climate bill?



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    Economics. The climate bill challenges sponsors and enforces regulations on corporations, which opposes the traditional “free market” ideals that the Republican party frequently espouses. It also may cause some tariff issues with China and India, which are hugely important markets.

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    The Republicans have 2 basic groups to satisfy: the ulrtra-religious and the business players of America. The latter group especially does not wish to see any hampering of business, including that of oil and coal businesses. It is an idea called Lessez faire, or “hands off” of business by government.

    When the government (rightly, I believe) keeps businesses from polluting, this cuts into the profits that businesses wish to make. They in turn complain to the Republicans, who complain for them and vote for them (and ignore the care of the environment).

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