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  1. #51

    Default Re: Obama’s energy plans often ignore even basic economics.

    Quote Originally Posted by Easy180 View Post
    Especially when the previous guy with experience leaves you a shi* sandwich to work with
    An excuse, that is getting-to say the least-quite old.
    Cold and old.
    If the job was too big, why did the democrats dig him up and offer him up as their "best"?
    His stellar background?
    No, I don't think so.

  2. #52

    Default Re: Obama’s energy plans often ignore even basic economics.

    Quote Originally Posted by Easy180 View Post
    Especially when the previous guy with experience leaves you a shi* sandwich to work with
    Its a shame the best thing Obama does is make excuses and/or playing the blame game.
    Typical.......

  3. #53

    Default Re: Obama’s energy plans often ignore even basic economics.

    The man is not very bright, despite the extravagant attempts to "prove" the contrary. ("corpse-man")
    He has given 6,785,399,031 speeches.
    And said--NOTHING.
    He is a failure, domestically and internationally.
    And don't give Nero credit for the "thumbs down" on the drone strikes.
    Thank the military and the good soldiers there, supported and built by Republican Patriots.

  4. #54

    Default Re: Obama’s energy plans often ignore even basic economics.

    Quote Originally Posted by Achilleslastand View Post
    Its a shame the best thing Obama does is make excuses and/or playing the blame game.
    Typical.......
    Needed an example to shoot down your experience argument and thankfully didn't have to go far lol

  5. #55
    Lord Helmet Guest

    Default Re: Obama’s energy plans often ignore even basic economics.

    Quote Originally Posted by Achilleslastand View Post
    Its a shame the best thing Obama does is make excuses and/or playing the blame game.
    Typical.......
    You have to admit that he was left with a pretty sad situation. I grow tired of the 'blame Bush' thing myself, but sometimes it's warranted, even now.

  6. #56

    Default Re: Obama’s energy plans often ignore even basic economics.

    Quote Originally Posted by Lord Helmet View Post
    You have to admit that he was left with a pretty sad situation. I grow tired of the 'blame Bush' thing myself, but sometimes it's warranted, even now.
    Blaming the democrats in the House and Senate is far, far, far more accurate and plausible, and correct.

  7. #57

    Default Re: Obama’s energy plans often ignore even basic economics.

    Do we blame the House now or Obama? This is getting confusing

  8. #58
    Lord Helmet Guest

    Default Re: Obama’s energy plans often ignore even basic economics.

    Quote Originally Posted by Sheetkeecker View Post
    Blaming the democrats in the House and Senate is far, far, far more accurate and plausible, and correct.
    I don't think so. There's some blame there, but certainly not all of it. You really need to stop being so partisan.

  9. #59

    Default Re: Obama’s energy plans often ignore even basic economics.

    Quote Originally Posted by Lord Helmet View Post
    I don't think so. There's some blame there, but certainly not all of it. You really need to stop being so partisan.
    You might want to look into it more deeply, from all sides of the spectrum, not just MSNBC or Snopes.

  10. #60
    Lord Helmet Guest

    Default Re: Obama’s energy plans often ignore even basic economics.

    Quote Originally Posted by Sheetkeecker View Post
    You might want to look into it more deeply, from all sides of the spectrum, not just MSNBC or Snopes.
    That's rich coming from you...funny stuff indeed.

  11. #61

    Default Re: Obama’s energy plans often ignore even basic economics.

    Quote Originally Posted by Lord Helmet View Post
    That's rich coming from you...funny stuff indeed.
    If only you knew the truth.

  12. #62

    Default Re: Obama’s energy plans often ignore even basic economics.

    Quote Originally Posted by Sheetkeecker View Post
    Blaming the democrats in the House and Senate is far, far, far more accurate and plausible, and correct.
    When their economic and jobs bills were blocked by the right it's not.

  13. #63

    Default Re: Obama’s energy plans often ignore even basic economics.

    Quote Originally Posted by HewenttoJared View Post
    When their economic and jobs bills were blocked by the right it's not.
    Everything is stalled in Harry Reid's Ideological Palace called the US Senate.
    Even the Budget, the primary job of the Senate.
    For over three years.
    Explain that, please.
    THIS president has not managed to lead the nation into a B-U-D-G-E-T.
    How incompetent is that?
    EVEN when he controlled all three branches!

  14. #64

    Default Re: Obama’s energy plans often ignore even basic economics.

    One to three coal state dems sided with the anti-progress crowd to lock forward movement of most of Reid and Obama's economic proposals. Whew that was hard to explain...

  15. #65

    Default Re: Obama’s energy plans often ignore even basic economics.

    Quote Originally Posted by HewenttoJared View Post
    One to three coal state dems sided with the anti-progress crowd to lock forward movement of most of Reid and Obama's economic proposals. Whew that was hard to explain...
    Not very lucid, sorry. More to it than that. Which was the whole point.

  16. #66

    Default Re: Obama’s energy plans often ignore even basic economics.

    Quote Originally Posted by Easy180 View Post
    Especially when the previous guy with experience leaves you a shi* sandwich to work with
    Good leaders with good ideas don’t take a bad situation and make it worse.
    Rather you care to admit it or not Obama and his democrats have made the economy worse!
    Now we are looking at further debt down grades, an even deeper recession and if we don’t change the path Obama has us on we will go into a depression.

  17. #67

    Default Re: Obama’s energy plans often ignore even basic economics.

    Can you find any serious economic researchers who think that is true?

  18. #68

    Default Re: Obama’s energy plans often ignore even basic economics.

    Quote Originally Posted by HewenttoJared View Post
    Can you find any serious economic researchers who think that is true?
    Well, yes, he can--ME.

  19. #69

    Default Re: Obama’s energy plans often ignore even basic economics.

    The IEA is a fairly right-leaning organization. Even they see a way forward for renewables that will save us trillions of dollars.

    http://www.iea.org/Textbase/npsum/ETP2012SUM.pdf

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