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Greenest Super Bowl in History Goes Dark Mid-Game

clarityseeker2 Wrote: Feb 04, 2013 12:28 PM
AmericanSlopbserver scribbles this while drooling that: "...idiot right wing is using YET ANOTHER fear-mongering, irrelevant happenstance to blame - everything, yes EVERYTHING - on "liberals" and "big government." You people have REALLY got to get your act together." ___________________________________________________________________ "Fear Mongering"? I gave a list of 33 "green energy" companies funded by taxpayers in an effort to pay back Obama's campaign cronies. ALL 33 ARE EITHER BANKRUPT, OR, HEADING DOWN THAT SAME PATH. Over $6,500,000,000.00 of taxes to pay for persoanl favors done for OBOZO. "Fear Mongering"? Hardly, you twit. Go sell your pabulum to your kaffeeklatch krowd...
clarityseeker2 Wrote: Feb 04, 2013 12:30 PM
$6.5 BILLION. And you opt to ignore that while claiming that those who don't are, "fear-mongerers". You are a self-serving ideologue. GFY.
Uber Dave Wrote: Feb 04, 2013 12:34 PM
The Enviro-Nazi's are too busy fvcking everyone else...
AmericanObserver Wrote: Feb 04, 2013 12:40 PM
In all due respect, you guys have no clue what you are talking about. Yes, Solyndra, was a disaster but that is but one company and you can even throw in a few more if you like. That is not the point. Energy conservation goes beyond individual companies. It is a POLICY that all countries must subscribe to. Our government - quite correctly and economically rationally - SHOULD subsidize this research, and that includes failures. Your grandchildren will appreciate it, even though you can't see beyond your own petty self-interests.
clarityseeker2 Wrote: Feb 04, 2013 12:54 PM
"must"? Now there is a fascist position to behold.
You have no idea what you are talking about.
To have "green energy" shoved down our throats (sans you since you prefer to be forcefed) is hardly the way to approach the issue.
There is nothing wrong with government asking private sector energy companies to gather and explore these issues-----------BUT------------that is neither the path this adminstration takes on this, nor is it one he's taken on other forcefed issues.

If you watched the Super Bowl last night then you noticed the 35-minute long power outage that happened right in the middle of the game. But it wasn't the weather that caused the power outage, rather a lack of power feeding into the stadium.

The Super Bowl, the biggest U.S. sports event of the year, was interrupted by a 35-minute power outage at the Superdome on Sunday, and officials said the problem appeared to be with the electrical load coming into the stadium.

After a half-time show by the singer Beyonce heavy on electric...