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TheGunner

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Biden’s moves, which have enraged eco-warriors within his own Democratic Party, underline the growing alarm in the White House as potentially brutal midterm elections draw near.

But they also amount to a tacit admission that his energy policies, knocked off course by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, appear to have gone awry.

Kathryn Porter, an energy consultant at Watt Logic, says the President’s actions since taking office “consistently signalled that he wants to protect the climate by reducing oil and gas production” and that he “backed this up with new regulation for the industry”.

“But he failed to consider the impact of a price shock,” she adds.

“Now, with rapidly rising gasoline prices, he is backtracking and accusing oil companies of profiteering, when in reality they are responding to his policies in the way he wanted, by reducing capacity.”

The year before Biden entered the Oval Office, the US had just cemented its energy independence, becoming a net exporter of oil for the first time since 1949.

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gr8indoorsman

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The ****tardedness resides on both sides of the aisle:


New Mexico Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham reiterated her opposition, saying, “The NRC is successfully selecting revenue over public curiosity” and the power “will threaten the well being and security of generations of New Mexicans.”
Here, an idiot Democrat claims that spent fuel with threaten the well being and security of generations of New Mexicans. Why? Who knows, she probably thinks giant pillbugs will come from the ground around the facility and terrorize the public... but she damn sure doesn't have a good argument as to why she thinks this...

And then King Dipshit in Texas has this to offer:
However as with New Mexico, the governor of Texas is against its development.
Gov. Greg Abbott, a Republican, claims the undertaking poses a security danger to the oil and gasoline business within the Permian Basin, one of the vital productive areas within the nation. Abbott signed onto a lawsuit that the Texas lawyer basic has filed in federal court docket, searching for to vacate the NRC’s choice to license the power.

So you have one side that's afraid of it because they are stupid, and then you have the other side that can't see past the end of their nose that even if we open the floodgates on fossil fuel consumption and say "**** the environment", that's only going to last so long... but they have no interest in finding reasonable, clean, safe, effective, and sustainable alternatives because they're paid by O&G (and to lesser extent, coal) special interests.

This is why we can't have nice things.
 
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The ****tardedness resides on both sides of the aisle:



Here, an idiot Democrat claims that spent fuel with threaten the well being and security of generations of New Mexicans. Why? Who knows, she probably thinks giant pillbugs will come from the ground around the facility and terrorize the public... but she damn sure doesn't have a good argument as to why she thinks this...

And then King Dipshit in Texas has this to offer:


So you have one side that's afraid of it because they are stupid, and then you have the other side that can't see past the end of their nose that even if we open the floodgates on fossil fuel consumption and say "**** the environment", that's only going to last so long... but they have no interest in finding reasonable, clean, safe, effective, and sustainable alternatives because they're paid by O&G (and to lesser extent, coal) special interests.

This is why we can't have nice things.
Really bad choice of words in your first line . I see Bob likes it though.
 

gr8indoorsman

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Wrong again as you usually are. Could care less about what you **** out
I didn’t **** it out, the forum software does that when you type the F word, you ****ing idiot.

Got anything to say on topic, or are you just lonely and need someone to trade insults with as usual?
 

Crayfish57

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I didn’t **** it out, the forum software does that when you type the F word, you ****ing idiot.

Got anything to say on topic, or are you just lonely and need someone to trade insults with as usual?
You still don't get it do you? The use of retarded in any form is a pretty lame move. Obviously you dont have great comprehension skills . Usually will get deleted pretty quick almost anywhere.
 

gr8indoorsman

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You still don't get it do you? The use of retarded in any form is a pretty lame move. Obviously you dont have great comprehension skills . Usually will get deleted pretty quick almost anywhere.
Oh, I get it. I just think it’s funny that THIS is what bothers you.

And you still don’t have anything to say on topic.
 

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Yes, retartds have a problem with the word retard.



And I am not saying anything about people with a mental disability. Retards have trouble understanding words can have more than one use/meaning.
 
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