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Representative Randy Feenstra is warning Biden that he will “reap what he sows” by cutting the Renewable Fuels Standard (RFS) in Iowa. Truly, all of Iowa is reaping what we have sown by allowing government into every aspect of our businesses. Now Biden can control us. We have bent the knee to their crazy utopian dream of wind turbines, power lines and solar panels that litter our rural landscape.  This is not so people can have access to power, rather the “right” kind of power.

Iowa is being told that the track they have taken on biofuels in order to appease the Climate Change goal-setters is not enough. Now we must build thousands of miles of pipelines to take excess CO2 from biofuels and dump it a mile underground.

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If our government pulls the rug out from under biofuels, the $ billions $ they want for these pipelines will also be dumped in the ground. The powers that be will use this as an argument for more subsidies. The subsidies will grow the number of cronies that will be feeding at the public trough, therefore more “support” for these projects. I wonder how long it will take to irreversibly bankrupt the United States.

What we need Representative Feenstra is that a government that has the will to get out of our businesses. We need businesses that do not survive and thrive on government handouts or favors. Businesses should thrive because they make a great product for a willing market.

To all the Democrats and RINOs worried about Climate Change, maybe you could get all of the folks that voted for your dear Biden to support your market preferences with their own dollars. According to your narrative, there are a lot of them.

Author: Janna Swanson

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