Electric cars not so planet-friendly
Obama invested another $5 billion of your money to achieve his goal of having 1 million electric cars on U.S. roads by 2015. It just makes you feel good, doesn't it, warm and fuzzy all over to think that he cares so much about our environment. Aren't you glad he's taking care of us?
Do you think he might know where we get the electricity to run the cars? From burning coal! From burning petroleum! From nuclear power plants! I expect he does, but his friends like Al Gore have invested their fortunes in the alternative energy industry, so he's obliged to pay them off by throwing our tax dollars at them, indenturing our grandchildren to his grand scheme.
He destroys the jobs of the coal miners, puts the kibosh on pipe lines and oil drilling, adds $1.5 trillion in new debt every year of his presidency, and we exalt him as “our lord and savior, Obama.” We are such idiots to fall for such schmaltzy, emotionally driven policy.
But you've got to praise him for stopping the military from waterboarding terrorists. That was so inhumane. It's so much more humane to kill them with drones, and if a few non-militants of the population happen to be taken out as well, well, you got to break a few eggs to make an omelet.
He's ratcheting up the attacks in Pakistan, six already this year. I wonder. What is the psychological impact of the terrifying American death machines flying into your neighborhood and taking out your neighbors? Would the general population be more easily co-opted into anti-Western extremist groups? Do you think the Nobel committee might regret their hasty decision to give him the Peace Prize so early into his presidency? Nope. Norwegians have mush for brains, too.
Cora Lee Schingnitz