The Green Bubble

June 22, 2009

How many of you remember the Dot-Com bubble?

Well, what we have going on with the “green” revolution is the late 90s all over again.

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Green Jobs Are the Answer!

April 15, 2009

My latest installment in the enviro-fraud being perpetrated on the American public: “green” jobs”.

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An Example of Obama’s Brilliance

April 13, 2009

Yes, our newly elected Commander-In-Chief is a Ivy League-educated intellectual.  Why, he’s probably one of the smartest men to take that office, if you listen to some liberals.

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Farming Hot Air

August 22, 2008
Before anyone gets an idea to the contrary, I’m all for developing alternative energies.  Seriously.  I don’t care if they if the electricity that heats my house comes from pig’s crap, or the oil that they make gasoline comes from horse hides – just so long that this country makes more of it.  I have better things on which to spend the money the government allows me to keep.  Ethanol is cool with me, so is bio-diesel.  If it’s cheap, allows me to drive more, and I can heat my house to eighty-degrees during the winter I frankly don’t care what makes it, or where it comes from.Wind power, however, probably has to be one of the biggest enviro-jokes ever played, with solar power taking the lead in this category.  And you know as well as I do that there are some out there who actually believe that America can function with these two power sources, exclusively.  I think the nut-job environmentalists have ceded Solar as the thing that’ll save the human race from extinction (saving us from our greenhouse gas-producing, wasteful ways), and are now heavily pushing wind farms.  T. Boone Pickens is the latest uber-rich crusader trying to somehow “reform” his image by bowing down to people who want to bring the US to its knees economically.  He claims that America has the “best” wind (no doubt most of it comes from Washington DC and California), and that wind farms are a clean, environmentally safe way to meet our energy demands.  Wind farms produce no toxic fumes, are cheap to set up and maintain, and give us access to a virtually untapped resource. 

So, it seems there is nothing but upsides to this panacea, right?  Wrong.
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