Go Green, Get Rich
This whole global warming and green job initiative crap is nothing more than a money laundering scheme on the backs of the taxpayers. Yes, the earths temperature may have risen a few celsius degrees the last 200 years, but that’s nature. At one time the earth was nothing more than a 4,000 degree ball of fire. Then, the whole earth was covered in water. Golly Miss Molly, we forgot about the “ice age,” too. Mother nature with its ecliptic orbit around the sun, volcanoes, crashing meteors, ocean currents and God knows what else that’s going on, changes the planet like Imelda Marcos in a shoe store. Us humans that have been on this planet for a tiny spec of time are damn arrogant to think we can change the temperature. The green people are getting very wealthy selling their snake oil. Look at Al Gore, billionaire, he must be smarter than I ever gave him credit for. See folks, all you got to do is start-up some company, lets say, “a windmill farm.” Attend a couple political fundraising events, layout your Green Plan to one of the crooks after you gave a 100 dollar donation and you’re in. If you promise more donations in the future you will be set to receive very large sums of money in federal backed loans, whether you make a profit or not. Lets look at Solyndra, they never did show a profit, yet they received half a billion dollars from you. I don’t know about you, but that kinda pisses me off a bit. Companies like GE are littering the countryside with windmills that work only part-time at best, yet they receive billions. Oh yeah, I forgot to mention the windmill transformers are made by the UAW, now, “who’s your daddy.” It’s time for the American people to wake up and put a stop to this nonsense. Please don’t get me wrong, I am for anything that will generate electricity or make my SUV run at a lower cost, but we havent found it yet without massive government subsidies.
Quote of the day:
Liberals in Congress have spent the past three decades pandering to environmental extremists. The policies they have put in place are in large part responsible for the energy crunch we are seeing today. We have not built a refinery in this country for 30 years.