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Stop Subsidizing the Slaughter

Judester Wrote: Dec 15, 2012 4:54 PM
I've seen hundreds of these windmills, maybe thousands around the Country and I have yet to see one dead bird beneath one of these mills. Google (list of government agencies) for a in your face list of federal entitlement programs that not one Congress person will cut because they are stuffed with friends and family of politicians. Read from A - Z slowly while you are sitting, be surprised at the ones you never heard about.
Wiegand Wrote: Dec 16, 2012 3:46 PM
Did you get out of your car and walk around? If you did then you would be arrested, unless of course you worked for them. In that case if you did see something and were an employee you would be bound by gag orders.
Roy323 Wrote: Dec 15, 2012 5:45 PM
Judester-I cannot dispute your "belief"; however I have to wonder how CLOSE you actually were to the windmills? I didn't realize the extent of the damage(s) here in WV until I got up "close and personal"to the sites in/around BlackWater Falls Park . It was astounding!

Congress and the White House are struggling to find even one subsidy or entitlement program that they are willing to cut. Meanwhile, the American Wind Energy Association (AWEA) insists that the 2.2-cents per kilowatt-hour Production Tax Credit (PTC) for wind electricity should be extended yet again – and then (maybe, partially) phased out over the next five years. By then, claims CEO Denise Bode, wind energy could be cost-competitive with other energy sources. What nonsense. No evidence supports any of this.

Wind energy is a net jobs and economic loser. By raising electricity costs for factories, internet hubs, offices, malls,...