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I can't see the entire bubble chart because there is an advertisement in the way. Is anyone else having this problem?
Let's add Google to the list of blacklisted companies. They are huge Obama supporters.
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SMEEnergy Wrote: Apr 11, 2012 6:07 PM
We hope you are wrong....
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SMEEnergy Wrote: Apr 11, 2012 6:04 PM
I am from Minnesota. The former governor is a very nice guy and he did a good job for Minnesota. However, he is incredibly boring and on the same evangelical playing field as Rick Santorum. Mr. Pawlenty wouldn't likely carry his home state (I hate to say it but this perhaps says more about the people of MN rather than Mr. Pawlenty, but still). We wouldn't consider Santorum for VP (notwithstanding he hasn't ever been a governor and couldn't carry his own state). Pawlenty simply isn't the guy for the VP spot, no way.
Rick Santorum is simply showing/demonstrating to us all who he really is...A self righteous bible banger that knowingly and willingly continues his campaign even though he has no chance of winning the Republican nomination. I am not sure that Romney is a strong enough candidate to win the oval office, but it is clear that Santorum would lose in a landslide...he isn't even carrying his own state. We need to unite, anyone will be better than BO.
Seriously? " Women tend to be more rational about politics and the economy" I would like to know where that claim is substantiated with valid statistical analysis--Patriotic Liberal, please share your sources. As a woman, I am continually dismayed at the non-sense I hear spewing from the mouths of liberal women-actually I am embarrassed for them. DWS is certainly one who continually embarrasses herself-I cannot comprehend the level of cognitive deficit she shows every time she opens her mouth. I have no idea what doofi is, perhaps a typo? It isn't a word.... I agree with Ann Coulter when she said that if it weren't for women there would be no Democrat party.
The simple energy consumption/GDP (E/GDP) ratio measure of energy intensity overstates the extent to which energy efficiency improvements have occurred in the economy. We are using significantly less energy because heavy industry has gone elsewhere. A shift from this heavy manufacturing to service oriented industries influences the simple E/GDP ratio, but is not indicative of improvements in energy efficiency. In 2008 the DOE developed a better measure based on ratios of energy efficiency based on energy intensity by sector. It seems the EIA has shifted their position-and now claim "2011 was the most economically energy-efficient year on record, ever" based on the E/GDP ratio. I don't think so.
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