Paging John Rentoul and Oliver Kamm for this exception to the general rule that most questions asked in the press are best answered in the negative. Here's Eliot Spitzer - or, as Radley Balko puts it, "disgraced former tyrannical prosecutor Eliot Spitzer" - flying this beauty:
Why, yes it does! If, that is, it's the Gettysburg Address that acts as the clincher, whatever the other merits of a carbon tax.“
After reading the Gettysburg Address, does the idea of a carbon tax to finally move us away from an oil and old-energy dependence that is fouling not only the Gulf of Mexico but our entire climate, foreign policy, and economy seem so outrageous?