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"Clean Energy" Is Obama-Speak for Crony Government

RICHARD191 Wrote: Aug 24, 2012 9:20 AM
I AM JUST WONDERING WHAT HAPPENS NEXT; AFTER THE ELECTION Mr Romney has vowed to do away with “OBAMACARE”. Does that include the many (some say hundreds, others say thousands) of new “laws” Mister Obama has “enacted” or “executive ordered” so America will be more in line with the European Union and all they are establishing or enacting or creating new laws to follow? Ben Franklin said we would have a Republic. What is the Romney-Ryan team creating? Is Mr Obama is working on Communism? The vast majority of Mr Obama’s supporters seem to have that idea: “to each according to his need and from each according to their worth”, the problem with this thinking is; the needs never seem to get met. What will the Republicans give us? They...
Dan107 Wrote: Aug 24, 2012 10:36 AM
What is the Romney-Ryan team creating?

Romney/Ryan are not creating anything. Their mandate will be to recreate the America in which individual responsibility and commitment is rewarded in a economic society of equal opportunity as established by the U.S. Constitution
Richard19 Wrote: Aug 24, 2012 11:11 AM
What could ever be wrong with that?
The Liberal Mind vs Facts Wrote: Aug 24, 2012 10:15 AM
The President cannot, by himself, do away with an enacted law like Obamatax. It will also take congress to vote to repeal the act. That is why you must ensure that the Republicans take both houses as well as the presidency. It is the best way to undo the damage Obama has done.
conservative_one Wrote: Aug 24, 2012 9:26 AM
I believe Executive Orders can simply be suspended.

Breaking news: The Fishwrap of Record has finally discovered that the Obama administration gives its Chicago corporate pals special access to power and regulatory favoritism. On Thursday, The Not-So-New York Times published an A1 story titled "Ties to Obama Aided in Access for Big Utility."

Everyone, put on your shocked faces!

"With energy an increasingly pivotal issue for the Obama White House," the Times intoned, "a review of Exelon's relationship with the administration shows how familiarity has helped foster access at the upper reaches of government and how, in some cases, the outcome has been favorable for Exelon."