One more way of controlling us. Stop, and it must stop now. Who are these people? Best keep your Laptop battery charged up. Great way to control the Internet. Just a quick refresher before the story, note that Fannie Mae owns the patent for Cap and Trade exchange. Why? This whole thing is so corrupt one does not know where to start.
Then Barbara Hollingsworth of the Washington Examiner reports on April 20 that Fannie Mae owns patent on residential ‘cap and trade’ exchange!
Homeowners from coast to coast are growing upset over the “smart meter” devices that utilities are foisting on them by the millions, with the full backing of the administration. The meters are being marketed as energy savers enabling consumers to select a level of power usage and cost that best suits their needs. “We can imagine the day when you’ll be able to charge the battery on your plug-in hybrid car at night, because your smart meter reminded you that nighttime electricity is cheapest,” President Obama said in an October 2009 speech
Despite the decades of rhetoric about “keeping government out of the bedroom,” the left wants Uncle Sam in every wall socket. It wants to deny you the ability to choose lighting, toilets, washing machines and dishwashers that work. Now they want to restrict even the ability to use these diminished devices. It’s time to pull the plug on mandatory smart meters.
Mr. Obama has used stimulus funds to push the technology, such as a $20 million grant to Reliant Energy for device deployment in the Houston area.
On the one hand, the administration is agitated over “cybersecurity.” On the other, it is creating a network that would allow malefactors to shut down air conditioners in the midst of a scorching summer day. Those malefactors might even work for the government. Obama energy czar Carol Browner told U.S. News & World Report last year, “We need to make sure that … eventually we can get to a system where an electric company will be able to hold back some of the power so that maybe your air conditioner won’t operate at its peak.”
Read the whole thing : Washington Times