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The Public History of a Campaign That Failed

Gordon242 Wrote: Aug 01, 2012 9:19 AM
OBAMA'S ENERGY POLICY IS MAKING THE U.S.A. a 2nd CLASS NATION WHILE ROMNEY'S POLICY WILL BRING US PROSPERITY With our newly discovered riches in ENERGY, especially in natural gas , the U.S. stands on the edge of a golden era of world leadership but Obama's anti-energy policies are holding us back. Obama keeps promoting a policy of green energy, but winddmills and solar panels are inefficient , unreliable and can't be used to power our planes, trains and cars. Obama has vetoed the Keystone Pipeline which would give us 30,000 more jobs and lower gas prices but he requires the navy to use $55 per gal. gasoline. Obama has wasted billions backing his friends in green energy projects that have failed. Think Solyndra.
dhellew3 Wrote: Aug 01, 2012 9:28 AM
Obama is about control and power, both of which require dependance. Creating a path that generates jobs is counter productive to control and power.
Gordon242 Wrote: Aug 01, 2012 9:20 AM
Romney would utilize our new energy resources, eliminate our dependence on mideast oil, and bring an era of prosperity to the U.S. Even with onerous federal government restrictions, look at how prosperous No. Dakota has become with drilling for natural gas .
Through tv ads and speeches, Romney should show the difference between a vibrant Romney economy based on our new energy resources versus the regressive economy of Obama under green energy.
Further, as a leader in energy production, the U.S. could affect the world price of oil and indirectly control the international actions of Venezuala, Russia, Iran, Iraq, and other nations heavily dependent on income from oil.

Topeka Wrote: Aug 04, 2012 2:10 PM

... true Gordon is not aware of Rombama's flip flops, but Mittens has come out in support of opening oil fields, streamlining permitting, etc.

I've heard nothing on the uranium or coal mines or nuke permits, but I would suppose Rombama supports it.

To get these - we "rubes" will have to hold his feet to the fire - and I doubt we will get a 100% pro-Energy policy, but Mitten's will have a hard time reverting to a complete Eco-tard the way Bush did.

Even so - Mittens, like Bush, is Infinitely better than Bambam even in his Eco-tard incarnation.

The first hour was all fun, all idle nonsense and laughter. But that could not be kept up. The steady drudging became like work, the play had somehow oozed out of it, the stillness of the woods and the sombreness of the night began to throw a depressing influence over the spirits of the boys and presently the talking died out and each person shut himself up in his own thoughts. During the last half of the second hour nobody said a word. – Mark Twain, The Private History of a Campaign That Failed

Obama has a problem spending...

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