BHO Inadvertently Highlights His Neophyte Status

He also shows that he believes in the Nanny State as the be all end all of existence. For a speech he is to give in Las Vegas on energy

obama seal which wayFor decades, John McCain has been a part of this failure in Washington. Yes, he has gone further than some in his party in speaking out on climate change. And that is commendable. But time and time again, he has opposed investing in the alternative sources of energy that have helped fuel some of the very same projects and businesses he’s highlighting in this campaign. He’s voted against biofuels. Against solar power. Against wind power…

You mean the failure to stop Democrats and their extremist environmental lobbyists from blocking all meaningful attempts to allow more drilling in US territory, new refineries, new nuke plants? At least he has been there, Senator Neophyte. While you were out playing “community organizer,” Senator McCain was out there on the front lines.

Wind power and solar are nice, but only work in small areas. Hmm, and, isn’t it the Lion of the Senate who is the major force behind blocking the Cape Wind Project? I wonder who Teddy Kennedy has backed for President?

After all those years in Washington, John McCain still doesn’t get it. I commend him for his desire to accelerate the search for a battery that can power the cars of the future. I’ve been talking about this myself for the last few years. But I don’t think a $300 million prize is enough. When John F. Kennedy decided that we were going to put a man on the moon, he didn’t put a bounty out for some rocket scientist to win — he put the full resources of the United States government behind the project and called on the ingenuity and innovation of the American people. That’s the kind of effort we need to achieve energy independence in this country, and nothing less will do. But in this campaign, John McCain offering the same old gimmicks…

I guess this is where that word “Marxist” comes in to play. Obama does not believe in the power of the private industry, which does things better, faster, and more cost efficient then government. But, hey, let’s put tons of unnecessary money into a government boondoggle that takes decades longer to create something that is not that good.

But, don’t worry, Obama won’t tax Americans too much (cough) to pay for it, reducing what people have to spend on their own power needs in the here and now. You just have to trust the guy who has spent almost no time in government over the guy who has given a lifetime of service.

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4 Responses to “BHO Inadvertently Highlights His Neophyte Status”

  1. Silke says:

    Teach said: While you were out playing “community organizer,” Senator McCain was out there on the front lines.

    Barack Obama was only 23 at the time. He wasn’t old enough to be a U.S. Senator. As a young man reaching out to thousands of people living in an asbestos-filled public housing project near closed-down steel mills, a nearby landfill and a sewage treatment plant – I think that qualifies as “out there on the front lines.”

  2. Stacy says:

    Not when there’s no improvement Silke. There are plenty of citizens in the Chicago area that claim nothing was really done.

    This is a page I can’t quit reading.

    It’s a pro-Hillary website and I have been overwhelmed by their passion. They let me in and my heart goes out to her supporters.

  3. You just made my point, Silke, namely, that BHO is a neophyte with no real world experience.

    No Quarter is an interesting site, Stacy. I check it out now and then, though, some of Larry’s conspiracies are a little far fetched. But, that is what makes the Interwebz fun!

  4. Stacy says:

    Yea, but it’s full of BHO bashing right now and I think they’re finding stuff the Republicans can’t.

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