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Obama says we cannot drive our SUVs — and eat as much as we want, and keep our homes on 72 degrees at all times — and just expect other countries are gonna say, “Okay.” That’s Barack Obama in May of 2008. Okay, so what’s the big deal of that? It tells us who he is. He doesn’t want the best of life to exist in the United States. He doesn’t want the highest standard of living in this country because to him that’s immoral and unjust. What the rest of the world thinks is more important. We can’t drive our SUVs. We can’t eat as much as we want, and we can’t keep our homes at 72 degrees all the time, because the rest of the world is just not gonna accept that. Well, if this guy is the president, and he’s got a Congress that’s corrupt, and a court willing to back him up on the exercise of dictatorial-type powers, how long do you think you’re gonna be driving an SUV, or paying through the nose for it?
“If somebody wants to build a coal-powered plant, they can. It’s just it’ll bankrupt ‘em because they’re gonna be charged a huge sum for all that greenhouse gas that’s being emitted.” January 17th, 2008. Barack Obama, presidential candidate. You want to know why West Virginians are not going to the Democrat convention, there it is. Their state is coal. And Obama has promised he’s gonna put it out of business. How? By making it prohibitively expensive to do it. That’s authoritarianism, that’s statism, and he now has the power to do this. And even if he doesn’t have the power, such as granting amnesty to a million people, he’s still going to do it. This is the reality of what we’re up against, and have been for three-and-a-half years.
Barack Obama to Latinos in October of 2010: We’re gonna push our enemies, and we’re gonna reward our friends who stand with us on issues that are important to us. Yeah, he does that. You and I know the state of the solar industry in this country, do we not? There is no solar industry. It doesn’t exist, right? I mean, it’s bankrupt. Everybody that gets into it loses. There’s no real power being generated. It’s not helping these people in the DC area that have lost their power, right? So I’m reading this morning a tech blog about gadgets, and there’s this big, long piece from this young kid on all the solar energy being created out there and how you can tap into it. There isn’t any.
This kid has been lied to his whole life, believes the lies, really thinks that there’s all this brand-new clean energy out there. It’s already there and he’s excited. There isn’t gonna be any more pollution. He has no more awareness of the real world he lives in than somebody who’s not yet born. So we face a monumental task here. It’s one of education.
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