Published: Sunday, March 2 2014 12:00 a.m. MST
Rummer has it, inventions that improve fuel mileage is sold to big companies,
never heard of again.
Yep, them rummers is all true.
Oh, this is just the beginning of what Obama has in store for our nation.
Consider his plans regarding our electricity:"You know, when I
was asked earlier about the issue of coal, uh, you know — Under my plan of
a cap and trade system, electricity rates would NECESSARILY SKYROCKET. Even
regardless of what I say about whether coal is good or bad. Because I’m
capping greenhouse gases, coal power plants, you know, natural gas, you name it
— whatever the plants were, whatever the industry was, uh, they would have
to retrofit their operations. That will cost money. They will pass that money on
to consumers (emphasis mine)." -Barack ObamaThis is also going
to have a huge impact on trucking companies who will be forced to replace their
fleet of trucks for newer ones. Get ready for food prices, and prices for all
other goods and services to go through the roof. Our kids are going
to have no economic future.
Sven, please don't let the liars and propagandists of the extreme right
fool you. Their distortions are not hard to uncover if you will make an effort.
One old man. Got your electric car yet or are you just being a little stubborn
about holding on to your polluting gas guzzler? Where will all the electricity
come from for all the electric cars? Not coal, that's for sure! Nuclear?
Nope, too risky-no one wants to live next to a nuke plant. So far wind mills
kill birds and cost more than the power they generate! Solar? Maybe but mining
and refining all the metals for the batteries pollutes a lot since the sun
doesn't shine at night or on cloudy days! Dang! Guess we are stuck with
fossil fuels, at least until someone comes up with an affordable alternative!
Me, I drive a Ford F150 with pride! I am just glad we are able to use fracking
technology in N. Dakota and Texas private land which has kept fuel price lower
than Obama was hoping for!
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