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Obama’s Energy Plans: Tragedy Disguised as Triumph

dtaylor944 Wrote: Feb 18, 2013 2:46 PM
I think obama told Brazil or some other country when we gave them millions of dollars to develop their energy that we want to be one of their best customers.If the oil is from Canada, alaska Iraq, Iran or anywhere else, does it create a lesser effecy on the enviroment? I say no. So why do we want to buy from our enemies rather than developing and using our won energy. Solar is not efficient and they run into all kinds of problems with control and storage of the power. When we use electric cars the electricity has to be produced using some other energy. The electric grid is overloaded now so let's add some more load on it. Energy can not be created or destroyed, it merely changes forms. Kinetic energy would be great but I don't think they ha

The State of the Union Address (SOTUA) is now last week’s history. Nearly every aspect of it has been fully dissected. For example, the National Taxpayers Union (NTU) has done a line-by-line analysis of what they call the “most expensive and widest ranging State of the Union Address yet.” They found that the “quantifiable agenda items” in the President’s proposals “weighed in at $83.4 billion.” The NTU called the efforts to combat climate change the “most costly single agenda item”—citing a “version of the ‘cap-and-trade’ bill to which Obama referred in his speech was priced at $282.4 billion...