March 26, 2012

Obama's Photovoltaic Photo-Op

Editorial, Boston Herald

Lately when it comes to his energy policy it seems like the president really doth protest too much. Sure it likely has something to do with the price of gasoline at the pump, which has the electorate on edge and all of those stories about how our tax dollars are going down the drain of bankrupt “green” energy companies like Solyndra and those somewhat combustible and dreadfully expensive Chevy Volts. . .

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