To drill more and more fracking to eliminate our energy dependence on foreign oil. Where? Off all coasts and anywhere inland we can. How? Deregulate the industry and have each state regulate the drilling. Safe? Wants relaxed safety laws. There goes the our air, water, and land quality if he gets elected. Picture looking out your Florida condo balcony at oil rigs in the distance. Oil spills? Nah, that only happens in other countries! lol
It could be worse. It could be 100% nuclear.
My state's got issues (I hear we're being compared to Greece). But, we're forward thinking and moving forward with renewable energy and reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
We'll be 33% renewables by 2020.
http://www.cpuc.ca.gov/PUC/energy/Renew … erview.htm
He is also saying the US will be energy independent by 2020...and everyone will have jobs...and everyone will be happy. Yeah, right...
Lol, just heard a financial expert on Canadian TV talking about this. Especially the part about approving the Keystone XL Pipeline that will be sending Canadian oil to the US... He added "Mr. Romney must have been speaking rhetorically"
by Jimbo'daNimbo 5 years ago
http://blog.heritage.org/2012/10/18/pre … -failures/I wonder what might have happened if Mitt had advised these firms? We will never know will we?
by Nickny79 9 years ago
Mississippi and Lousiana get snow: http://news.aol.com/article/rare-snow-c … 1200988198So much for global warming. I bet Al Gore was scheduled to give a speech in New Orleans.
by tobey100 7 years ago
I've finally had my fill of people preaching electric vehicles (EVs) as the salvation of the world. It might make a body feel 'green' but it actually does nothing in terms of conservation or 'saving' the planet. But, of course, we all realize that the 'feeling' is everything. ...
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