Yeah We Call It Fertilizer Too.

“Feisty” Obama says if we don’t support government subsidies to solar power, we don’t support a free market.

And he lamented that “too often, our political debates are not about what’s best for the country but what’s best for the next election.”

Yeah. Remembering that “what’s best” is decided by Obama without our input or consent. The next thing he does that’s actually “best for the country” will be his first.

I hate him.

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  1. The leftoid obsession with solar power makes me giggle until I leak. No one can explain how enough wattage is going to be generated to run a country the size of America. And, once the wattage is generated, where do you store it? Electricity has to be used instantly as it’s being generated. Are we supposed to hand that moron con man Elon Musk another billion bucks to build another super-duper great big house battery? I hear his new one is improved because when it catches fire, which is a given, it automatically texts the Tesla factory, and they tell you how to put out the fire before it barbecues your family.

    Right now, the only practical way to store energy is in chemical bonds, i.e. so called “fossil fuels”. Tough shit if you don’t like them. Go play with your gay friends in the dark, while you piss and moan about how 0.04% of a mostly inert and essential gas in the atmosphere is going to bring about global destruction. Nice fear mongering religion, and yet these are the people who make fun of Christians and Jews.

    By the way, typically excellent job, Earl! Probably should mention that.

    1. Awesome post, Mac. I’m no scientist but a little basic math says we cannot replace the quantity of BTUs or whatever that we get from hydrocarbons with renewables. Nowhere even close. And yes, the battery solution is the holy grail because of the portability problem. You can fill a vehicle with gas and drive for hundreds of miles. Or you can fill your battery and drive for dozens.And thanks for the compliment.

  2. See, the thing about free markets is, if it wasn’t for federal subsidies, we wouldn’t have a solar or a wind power industry at all. The market place is pretty clear about that, Mr. President.

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