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i wonder why we haven't heard from michael moore yet?
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According to MM, drill baby drill still going strong:
In the days since President Obama announced a moratorium on permits for drilling new offshore wells and a halt to a controversial type of environmental waiver that was given to the Deepwater Horizon, at least seven new drilling permits and five waivers have been granted, according to records.
The records also indicate that since the April 20 explosion on the Deepwater Horizon, federal regulators have granted at least 19 environmental waivers for gulf drilling projects and at least 17 drilling permits, most of which were for types of work like that on the Deepwater Horizon shortly before it exploded, pouring a ceaseless current of oil into the Gulf of Mexico.
Asked about the permits and waivers, officials at the Department of Interior and the Minerals Management Service, which regulates drilling, pointed to public statements by Interior Secretary Ken Salazar, reiterating that the agency had no intention of stopping all new oil and gas production in the gulf.
Coal- Too dirty and we are moving forward not backwards with clean energy
Wood- Too dirty and we are moving forward not backwards with clean energy
Nuke- That's a good one and I agree with it
Windmill- That's great!!! clean! cheep!
Solar-Had to add this one, as its clean! cheap!
I know there is no such thing as "MAGIC" and for every action there is a re-action, we have to start having the hindsight to be ahead of the curve and stop dragging our feet with some of our issues.
I agree Nuke, Windmill and Solar, now how can it be done, they all say they love windmills but not in their backyard, Nuke scares the ***** out of them, I don't know why they're not pushing Solar maybe because they are all in bed with the Muslim oil (both the bush gang and the obama gang)
Harry Boy (Genius)
In The Absence Of Law And Order Society Will Surely Destroy Itself