Guy happy Green New Deal would require a literal revolution explains that it’s not a toxic as some say

We have a feeling that we could do a post on everything that Sean McElwee publishes, but we’re still astounded that anyone publishes Sean McElwee.
When Philip Klein explained in a Washington Examiner piece that implementing the Green New Deal would require a revolution — as in, a literal revolution toppling the existing structure of the U.S. government and abolishing the Senate — McElwee was there for it.
So it’s interesting to see him argue in the New York Times that the Green New Deal isn’t as toxic as President Trumps says — although it was toxic enough that not one Democratic senator voted for it Tuesday.
“Republicans may come to regret their mockery.” And speaking of mockery, here’s some well-placed mockery:
Look up "research" in a dictionary, and then have an adult explain to you what you find there. It doesn't mean what you think it does.
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Out of curiosity, is this the same amount of research that went into the muh Russia conspiracy for 2 years?
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Then your research is probably skewed by your personal feelings on the matter. Because the GND is inarguably toxic.
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Um, according to the article, you did polls where you asked people about all the good stuff the GND promised without any of the downsides (skyrocketing energy costs, higher taxes, reduced mobility) and you said this "research" proves people like it. 1/2
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It's like you asked people "How would you feel about eating all the chocolate you want without getting fat?"
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My confidence that climate change is real: 80%
My confidence that the Green New Deal will make us worse off: 99.99999%
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A progressive operative whose job is to shape data insights to make things look bad or good, depending on the partisan polarity of the issue, says the Green New Deal is super-spiffy popular and Dems should plow forward. So why didn't they vote for it?
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Guy happy Green New Deal would require a literal revolution explains that it’s not a toxic as some say Guy happy Green New Deal would require a literal revolution explains that it’s not a toxic as some say Reviewed by STATION GOSSIP on 12:01 Rating: 5

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