Vive la France! | Power Line

I’ll have to put off a more complete consideration of France 68 for another time, but for now let us bask in the warm, fossil-fuel-powered glow of watching the climatistas having a panic attack about what the French protests mean for their beloved dream of a carbon tax here in the U.S. It is said that the French middle and working classes, donning their yellow vests, are protesting an increase in fuel taxes designed to reduce gasoline and diesel consumption to save the planet. France already taxes fuel at a rate of somewhere around $3 a gallon, so what’s another 25 cents a gallon? Well, if you live in a nation that is the highest-taxed among the OECD countries (which means its tax system is much more regressive than ours—heh) at some point maybe you get tired of it and say non). via

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