Topic: Demo Fables
If this is Tuesday, this must be Rome.
Politicians suffer under a similiar burden of confusion.
, for instance must have to check his scheduler to be reminded that
If this is Tuesday, I SUPPORT Clean Coal.
It is much simpler for normal Americans, we have core values and know what we do or do not believe in and those beliefs are not altered by crossing State borders, for instance from to .
Campaigning in Pennsylvania coal country on Thursday, the Democratic vice presidential nominee said the government should steer more money to clean coal — a term used to describe a variety of emerging technologies that burn coal for electricity without producing as much pollution.
“I am for clean coal,” he told The Associated Press following a speech in Wilkes-Barre…
The Delaware senator was working a rope line in Maumee, Ohio, on Sept. 17 when a voter asserted that wind and solar energy were “flourishing” in Ohio and then asked Biden why he supported clean coal.
“We’re not supporting clean coal,” Biden replied, putting his hands on the woman’s shoulders. “Guess what? China’s building two every week, two dirty coal plants, and it’s polluting the United States. It’s causing people to die.”
I think the Coal Miner says it all
The Coal Miner