At this point we are up to over 700 Obamacare waivers given to his union pals and other campaign donors and now the EPA has announced the first waiver for the new greenhouse gas rules that really haven't even been implemented exactly yet.
Timothy Carney reports that General Electric has been the lucky, lucky recipient of a waiver for Obama's EPA rules. Yes, very lucky, indeed.
This particular waiver was for a 600-megawatt power plant project in the San Joaquin Valley in California being built by General Electric. The project would have been nearly killed by the EPA's new rules so the Obama administration decided to allow this project to be "grandfathered in" to the new greenhouse gases and air pollution restrictions.
Now, can we recall just who Obama made a part of his administration? Why, yes, it is General Electric CEO Jeffrey Immelt. Only but a few weeks ago Immelt was appointed as Obama's "jobs creation czar."
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