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EDITOR: Let me get this straight. Sonoma Clean Power can claim it is greener than PG&E by buying credits that say it is green ("Clean Power touts its green credentials," Friday). By that logic, it could buy additional credits and be completely green.
In reality, the only thing that has changed is that you will pay more to buy these credits. Nothing has changed in the amount of carbon dioxide produced.
By that logic, PG&E could buy credits and be greener than Sonoma Clean Power. Again, nothing would change except that PG&E's rates would go up also. How dumb does Sonoma Clean Power think the public is?
EDITOR: Many years ago, anti-government radicals took to the streets to protest. The conservative response was, "America, love it or leave it." Last weekend in Washington, anti-government tea party radicals took to the streets in protest. The response should and will be the same — America, love it or leave it.