Monthly Archives: February 2012

Obama Wants Higher Gas Prices (part 5)

Yesterday, Secretary of Energy Chu was asked by Representative Alan Nunnelee (R-Miss.) if it’s his “overall goal to get our price” of gasoline lower. Chu responded, “No, the overall goal is to decrease our dependency on oil, to build and … Continue reading

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Goverment Mandated Light Bulbs Are Dangerous (Part 4)

The new twisted fluorescent light bulbs are dangerous. According to a Scientific American magazine article, April 10, 2008, the new compact fluorescent light bulbs contain mercury which is highly toxic. “It is especially harmful to the brains of both fetuses … Continue reading

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Only the 1% Wealthy Can Afford Electric Cars (Part 3)

Since taken office, Obama has paid lip service to not being dependent on foreign oil. His policies demonstrate that his idea for achieving this goal is to substitute “green energy” such as solar and wind for oil. We are already … Continue reading

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Obama’s “Karma” Not Good (Part two)

On February 7, 2012, it was announced that the Fisker Automotive Company was running behind schedule in manufacturing the $100,000 new electric sports car, the “Karma.” The car has safety problems with its battery pack so the company must redesign … Continue reading

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Obama’s Unrealistic “Green” Policy (Part 1)

Green energy is at this stage in American History a concept that is idealistic, not realistic. Electricity comes from five different sources: sun, wind, water, atoms and coal. We already know from scientists that sun and wind farms cannot produce … Continue reading

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Trump Sums Up Obamacare

“Let me get this straight . . . We’re going to be “gifted” with a health care plan we are forced to purchase and fined if we don’t, Which purportedly covers at least ten million more people, without adding a … Continue reading

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