craig wrote:While I can see that a lot of the concern expressed in this thread is genuine, I also cannot help being amused by the rampant panic over events that haven't happened yet, and may never happen.
It reminds me of the Chicken Little story I heard in kindergarten: "The sky is falling, the sky is falling!"
Take a deep breath, step back, and wait for something bad to actually happen. Then open up.
There was a guy on CNBC yesterday saying that environmental policy and energy policy haven't been coordinated, and expects Trump to fix that. Of course if the fix is to disregard environmental issues that would be bad
Hopefully not: we have come a long way since the '70s. Anyone old enough to remember the denuded slopes and dangerously polluted rivers of that era cannot be anything but amazed at the progress we have made since then.
I continue to put my trust (at the moment) in Trump's ability as a businessman: there is no long range profit in squandering resources.Now that he is (will be) in charge of everything, he must take the long range view, especially as he genuinely loves America.