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When -- America use for energy.
We know that China will use coal since they're building a new coal fire plants in the equivalent of every week and oil since there exploring and drilling and importing an incredible amount of oil.
But we on the other hand.
I -- an hour we're out of options really during this wonderful -- week.
Green Is Universal you know.
Where commemorating the one year anniversary of the unthinkable catastrophe in the gulf so we can drill anymore.
I mean Brazil -- in the same water but we can't.
The Japanese nuclear accident causing alarm over the prospect of nuclear power and the president in addition to threatening to bankrupt the coal industry during the campaign.
Had this jammed to the coal industry yesterday.
The challenge with -- is that although it's very cheap.
It's also -- And it can create.
That not only is contributing to climate change but it's also creating asthma four and kids kids -- kids nearby out of okay and so.
Look at that stuff -- -- idea yeah.
It's causing for kids not adults kids.
We should send them directly to the emergency room early functioning.
It calls when if you -- just give you gave treatment early.
And pick up some treatment meaning and a a -- why hasn't hurt it later in an abrupt was.
Canada and -- -- resilient.
An inhaler maybe I'm not really sure you know a breathalyzer test -- and help and asthma pacing and -- we're trying to figure out how much hold us this and there.
Asthma is not caused by -- mister president some environmental irritants like pollution can trigger an attack the Cole.
Does not give one asthma.
And that's just according to the crazy crack -- at the national institute of health -- counting here.
Let's keep in mind this president.
Not really good on medical issues are narrowing he said the doctors were every dating people's feet and consoles just to make extra cash never heard that before but he -- Back to energy though.
What will power our nation when these guys -- through with -- us.
Poll you know how much shot everything that comes out of that little magic little holes in the wall the like plug things into -- -- magic energy.
How much of that is created by coal.
Of America's energy production -- He wants and eliminated.
Nuclear how much.
20% that's how hot hot hot -- this is great toy old.
Cole and nukes are off the table guess what according to the Dallas morning news today energy energy -- -- second largest power generator in Texas of all places.
We'll be ending a project to build two new nuclear reactors quote.
The project was doomed -- a financial partner Tokyo electric power company.
Saw its reactors in Japan explode after the earthquake we've concluded that financially this is the end of the line for us and even if the project is resurrected.
It would have to be fueled by someone else's financial resources.
Can hands because -- you think there's any kids and all his might be the end of line for all nukes do you think maybe.
And then we get the happy news today from the Supreme Court that there are about to turn over the global warming case -- EPA.
The lawsuit in six states and New York City to force major power companies to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
Because of evil.
Pole but a secret a British children without any pets or double and then walking with.
And -- their quarterly.
Quoted literally didn't buckle up to -- long and -- they could get home to mommy -- its only school.
To reduce all of those evil missions.
Now that could be in the hands of the EPA and that's gonna go well the same EPA who.
Once until recently was headed by socialist Carol Browner.
A lot of -- had a picture of her now you have.
She later became there she is -- she usually we she would you give her cape.
She later became Obama's climate czar and now she's gone home.
To feather her nest.
In the Center for American Progress we're all good socialists go when they're done the White House hello George Soros good job -- brown.
Lisa Jackson is now the current head of the EPA.
And she is all about environmental justice and redistribution wrapped in green -- are quotes.
Redistribution wrapped in green here she is on environmental justice.
Environmental justice added some room.
I Iraqi -- That there is unfinished business from the last forty years and much is that unfinished business is concentrated in low -- -- and minority neighborhoods.
Much unfinished business here's EPA what you -- you know what she's talking about I think she's talking about.
Redistribution of wealth -- By the -- time magazine is running a story now that -- ice maker is destroying the planet.
-- -- -- making all that white ice would help make things where.
-- we we we don't have any power to make ice makers with or have power the ice maker to make ice pretty soon.
-- may not be enough trucks to get -- appliances to your home.
In California trucking companies are saying that they may go out of business trucking companies as a result of new state rolls from California's air resources Bora had called car back.
And finally despite what the administration is claiming the Wall Street Journal has a new report out predicting the deep water oil drilling bans will cut domestic oil production.
That's certainly is an opening with the cost of gasoline at the pump is that our offshore production which mostly comes from the gulf is expected to be down 13%.
We're -- use for energy.
Do we even need energy.
I -- needed in Third World countries owners don't have it.
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