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Is Wind Power a Realistic Source of Energy for the United States?

Scientific American reports that in 19 percent of the most barren desert land in our Southwest states we have enough wind power to provide all the electrical needs of our country.

 

Wecansolveit.org claims that in North Dakota alone, we have enough wind power to satisfy 500% of our entire country’s electricity needs!

 

So, it is clear that Oil companies and billionaires are ripping off Americans and opposing the electric car production and opposing rebuilding of our electrical grid.

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Plus, in Brazil, GM makes cars that run on pure gas or pure alcohol.

Brazil no longer imports oil but its congress has ordered each gas station

to provide one pump for just pure alcohol made from sugar cane.

 

But in the good ole USA, oil billionaires are fat azz welfare queens getting

welfare subsidies that they then use to kick back to repukicon congressmen

to "conserve" their wealth and no taxes and welfare subsidies and evading

paying taxes.

 

And all you butt heads who vote for repukes are voting against yourselves

and against your own families. Dumb as a bag of rocks.

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Is Wind Power a Realistic Source of Energy for the United States?

 

Scientific American reports that in 19 percent of the most barren desert land in our Southwest states we have enough wind power to provide all the electrical needs of our country.

 

Wecansolveit.org claims that in North Dakota alone, we have enough wind power to satisfy 500% of our entire country’s electricity needs!

 

So, it is clear that Oil companies and billionaires are ripping off Americans and opposing the electric car production and opposing rebuilding of our electrical grid.

 

 

OK...so get the OWS crowd and send them out to build wind farms.

 

BTW: once again William...the Goverment makes more off a gallon of gas then the evil oil company.

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