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Published: Friday, March 15 2013 2:26 p.m. MDT

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YourMom
Cedar City, UT

So where does electricity come from? Does it grow on an electricity tree?

YourMom
Cedar City, UT

What are we going do when all of the whales are gone? What will we burn in our lamps?

patriot
Cedar Hills, UT

Personally I want an Algae fueled truck. Isn't Maverick offering Algae now or maybe its Harts? I forget. Maybe we can fuel our cars and trucks off 'love'. Sounds like something a liberal would fund doesn't it. Barack doesn't exactly have a shining track record of funding green energy companies...or perhaps wasting billions on green energy companies is better stated. I get the feeling that giving Barack money for green energy research is akin to emptying your wallet into the toilet and flushing. Hey - maybe a 'cold fusion' car!!! I guess Utah sort of got a black eye from that one a few years back so better steer clear for now. Electric cars are GREAT....well I guess you still have to charge the darn battery and that takes evil electricity and that means a generator is involved and some sort of fuel to turn the generator which means coal or nuclear or hydro.... ok never mind. I know - a WIND powered car!! Democrat's would run a car forever with all the hot air they generate.

Liberal Ted
Salt Lake City, UT

Yeah, get us off of that evil fossil, and either global cooling, global warming, climate change damaging fuel.

And get us on clean old electricity. The product of tons of coal being burned, which is clean and doesn't do any harm to the environment. And helps out baracks buddy Warren Buffett (the billionaire) that can't pay is secretary a living wage. But, is begging to pay more in taxes, but, then hires attorneys to prevent him from paying those taxes. Either way, Warren Buffetts railroads that he purchased will make alot of money hauling coal or oil across this country.

The rich get richer and the poor get poorer.

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