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Tuesday, April 9, 2013

The winds of change

As result of diminishing public support, the revelation of extreme green-energy crony-corruption, tightening budgets, and a slow economic recovery, government support for renewable energy is under fire. The Daily Caller reports: "States across the country are aiming to scale back or eliminate laws that require certain amounts of power be purchased from renewable energy sources, including wind."
Yes, the winds, they are a-changing-and BP decided to get out while the getting is good.
Even the "Left environmental movement" is no fan. Mother Jones cites an "industry observer" addressing a post-Valdez-disaster ExxonMobil: "It 'is a company that does everything in a gold-plated manner. It's purely a commercial decision: You never put in anything that might fail'-not for ethical reasons, but because as BP has discovered, failure is expensive."[The Daily Times]

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