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Almost heaven

Almost heaven

From KK:

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casualobserver | August 8, 2013 at 8:00 am

The gun sticker makes me laugh out loud. The coal sticker makes me chuckle, but nervously. After all, many of the most aggressive anti-coal environmental groups would relish the chance to force the public to curtail electricity usage to some degree. Think of it as their version of a Big Gulp restriction. You can have half a kilowatt today. But if you want more you must buy it separately and it must be more expensive……….

Those who would like to “curtail” are usually the ones who could afford to pay more. It’s always the middle guy who gets the shaft.

    Phillep Harding in reply to Rosalie. | August 8, 2013 at 11:49 am

    And the poor get their power bills paid by the gov’t.

    For now.

    Eventually the power will be cut, and they will start dying.

The envirowackos only want US not to use power. THEY want electricity, gas, and oil for THEMselves because THEY are thew anointed who are tasked with knowing what is best for us. How can they tell us what is best for us if THEY don’t have power, gas, and oil to tout their message?

Snooty electric car drivers don’t want to know where that electricity their “clean” cars are using comes from. It’s mostly coal.

My favorite:

Paul McCartney ‘horrified’ as his eco car is flown 7,000 miles from Japan

Sir Paul McCartney is said to be “horrified” that his new eco-friendly car was flown 7,000 miles from Japan.

The Lexus LS600H, which costs £84,000, was a gift from Lexus to the 65-year-old former Beatle, who helped promote the hybrid vehicle.

But instead of arriving by boat as expected, the car was flown to Britain on a Korean Air flight, creating a carbon footprint almost 100 times bigger than if it had come by sea.

LukeHandCool (who reminds everyone, “Love is all you need”)

Ah… the money sucking, money laundering crooked environmentalists. I wonder how they feel about the oil company in LA who took literally the preservation of the land when drilling. The oil company was in the process of dismantling the rig; except the people, the real environmentalists said no since the area increased with marine life; so they left it alone.