Does anyone recall the “love affair” between Obama & Exelon?

obama taxesExelon Chairman and CEO John Rowe made the announcement Monday during a speech to the American Council for an Energy Efficient Economy’s national conference about the need for “sensible climate change legislation that puts a price on carbon.”

Exelon follows the departure last week of two other utilities. Pacific Gas & Electric left over the organization’s extreme position on climate change, and New Mexico’s PNM said it would allow its membership to expire. Companies including Nike and Johnson & Johnson have issued statements expressing their opposition to the chamber’s position on climate change. Both companies have remained members.

The U.S. Chamber fought against the House-passed cap-and-trade bill earlier this year. But it was the U.S. Chamber’s call for a Scopes Monkey trial on climate change that has encouraged some companies to ditch the organization.

Does anyone recall the “love affair” that went on between Obama and Exelon?

Exelon stands to make an estimated $1.5 billion from the Climate Bill that came out of the Obama Controlled House……but the U.S. Chamber of Commerce has not endorsed that bill — soooooo, Exelon is pulling their membership to the U.S, Chamber!

You’ve gotta listen to this from Ed Rendell….Democratic Governor of Pennsylvania!

Listen to Obama — he touts “public financing of campaigns”…..he was for it before he was against it.

BTW…..Exelon made $150,000 contribution to the Obama Campaign.

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One Response

  1. Good job, enicks. Keep up the pressure. This is completely outrageous. This man needs to be impeached.

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