You are a serious embarrassment to troops everywhere with your support of TFG “Bonespurs” who we now know mishandled and likely exposed assets, methods and even troops to our enemies. If you think he didn’t do that, you are one heck of a fool.
And polls indicate 43% would vote to elect him again if he was the GOP candidate.
That trick never works!
“You know, any time there are people who try to suppress the one man one vote system here in America, the excuse comes up that we are a Republic.”
One of mine too! I love how ITEOTW disses Asimov, when deliberately ignoring the word of experts is deliberate ignorance. One can choose to be ignorant.
I also gotta laugh at the comment that electric vehicles are no greener than ICE, when the numbers say otherwise. It takes about the same energy to make both comparable ICE and EV vehicles, but once the EV is made, the resulting emissions, even from electricity from coal powered plants is far far less than that of an ICE vehicle. When powered by solar, such as mine, the resulting emissions are pretty much zero. The energy used over the typical lifetime of an ICE vehicle far exceeds that used in making the vehicle.
“There is a cult of ignorance in the United States, and there has always been. The strain of anti-intellectualism has been a constant thread winding its way through our political and cultural life, nurtured by the false notion that democracy means that my ignorance is just as good as your knowledge.”
Nope. A few, but not the majority who are really for renewable energy by a long shot. That is just a talking point pushed by those who oppose reduction in the use of fossil fuels. I’ve seen all too often the argument from those that oppose an increase in green energy that since we can’t completely eliminate the use of petrochemicals, we should do nothing. THATS the ignorant premise that is commonly pushed.
Looks like this is more an infrastructure problem than a green goal problem. Why aren’t we working to improve our infrastructure?
Nobody is saying completely stop using oil for things like plastics, etc. Green goals are primarily for reducing burning fossil fuels although it wouldn’t hurt to reduce the production of all sorts of no-biodegradables. But greatly reducing burning fossil fuels would go enormously towards reducing pollution. The vast majority of us know it takes time to develop viable alternatives to plastics.
And, ugh to bottled water. I use a good filter.
The truth is so over the top it’s hard to do satire.