If success can be defined in accomplishing exactly what one had
set out to do, then the 7 & 1/2 year nightmare that is the Obongo Presidency has to be considered as one of the most successful
in American history. Remember, it was candidate Obongo who, during a taped 2008 meeting with Editorial Board of the San
Francisco Chronic Lie, clearly stated:
Peabody Energy’s bankruptcy filing follows that of other major coal companies including:
Alpha Natural Resources, Arch Coal, and Patriot Coal. More will follow, especially if Killary is installed. The irony is that
coal is actually the world’s fastest growing source of energy, according to the International Energy Agency.
Like the deaf, dumb and blind fools who run Big Health Insurance, the
head honchos of Big Coal are just now (when it's already too late), realizing that the "conspiracy theorists"
had been right all along. Passionate warnings about the Globalists and their script-reading front man plotting to
eliminate their industries altogether were scoffed at. Instead of investing billions of dollars into anti-ObamaCare and anti-Global
Warming TM marketing efforts, Big Health and Big
Coal thought they could "dance with the devil" by making a few concessions while preserving a profitable whole.
Silly CEOs! Didn't they teach you ass-clowns at Business School that Marxists only play to win?
Instead of using its financial muscle
to publicly debunk junk science, Big Coal danced the deadly tango of "compromise" with the demonic Left. --
with predictable results.
Another irony involving this drive to replace harmless coal with wind mill farms is that the latter is
actually having a devastating impact on the environment. With special government permission, as many as 4,000 Bald Eagles,
America's symbol, are being wind-o-causted by wind turbines each year. (here) If Sugar the Cat were to rip apart a single one of these magnificent and rare birds (only
75,000 - 100,000 estimated in U.S.), your animal-loving reporter here would be facing jail time! Evidently, the
Green Mafia only cares about wildlife and "delicate ecosystems" when it suits their broader agenda.
The Wall Street Urinal recently reported:
"A 2013 study in the Wildlife Society Bulletin
estimated that wind turbines killed about 888,000 bats and 573,000 birds (including 83,000 raptors) in 2012 alone. But wind
capacity has since increased by about 24%, and it could triple by 2030 under the White House’s Clean Power Plan. “We
don’t really know how many birds are being killed now by wind turbines because the wind industry doesn’t have
to report the data,” says Michael Hutchins of the American Bird Conservancy. “It’s
considered a trade secret.
.... golden eagles, which are rarer than bald eagles and are being whacked
by wind turbines in far greater numbers." (here)
sin against God and Nature, all on the basis of a HOAX! Thousands of majestic eagles are being wind-o-causted -- a tragically
poetic touch symbolizing the killing of America -- as coal miners
lose their livelihoods.
As with all things left-of-center,
the double standard here is astonishing. In 2011 the Justice Department filed criminal indictments against three oil
companies working in North Dakota’s Bakken field for inadvertently killing six birds who got stuck in an oily mud-pit! (here) (* A Judge later threw the case out).
The final insult to both nature and to the
unemployed coal miners is the cruelest cut of all. You see, if wind power was more efficient than coal, then one could argue
that the job losses serve the greater good -- the "creative destruction" inherent in a free and vibrant economy.
But that's not even the case here. Compared to coal, natural gas and nuclear; wind power is costly, inefficient, and unsustainable
without government intervention in the form of subsidies, competition-killing regulations on coal, and eagle-slaughter waivers.
On average, wind farms produce
80 per cent of their potential power output for less than one week annually – and they manage 90 per cent output for
only about 1 day per year. (here) Thousands of the bird-killing wind turbines are useless
in low winds and they have to be turned off to prevent damage if the speeds get too high. Because intermittent
technologies like wind and solar cannot be relied upon to consistently produce "free" power when needed, they must
have other power sources to back them up. The cost for this back-up power generation is generally not known to the public.
And finally, the eye-sore wind turbines greatly reduce the value of nearby property and housing.
No amount of Slimes' puff-pieces can change the fact
that the Wind-o-Caust (TM pending) is a total disaster for the working man, the paying consumer,
and high-flying birds of all manner. But it is another huge "success" for Obongo the Terrible and the dark
forces behind his reign of ruin.
Wind turbines are as ugly as they
are deadly. With close to a 1 million bats being wind-o-causted each year, one wonders how long it will be until we start
having mosquito problems!
1: I read in the New
York Times today that the thriving wind industry is replacing the coal industry in Wyoming.
2: This is all part of the natural flow of economic progress. Just like when horse &
buggy makers went out of business when automobiles were introduced.
didn't need a government crutch you frickin' moron!"
the Green Mafia had been around 100 years ago, we'd still be riding horses and breathing in pulverized street manure.)