President Obama is pushing his Green agenda and we as his Citizens are the Guinea pigs. He wants no oil; no unclear plants; no coal; Algae to run our cars and trucks and even our cars we watch at Motor races. He wants solar panels; wind turbines. Right? Why is it their in no Solar Panels on the white House roof. President Carter did and he was a one term President or how about his House in Hyde Park in Chicago. How about Air Force One and his Motor Pool. None of them are on propane or any alternative fuels. So am I right to say he is treating us like Guinea Pigs.

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THISAA 3 years 36 weeks ago
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Arrogrance has it's privilege. It is, do as I say, not as I do.

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xunergos 3 years 36 weeks ago
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It seems to me that your taking part in much greater and more active experiments and from your bog post you are a willing guinea pig in the experiment on how much car exhaust can we all breath before we have to live inside a dome as well as the one involving how many nuclear accidents our planet can suffer before you are dead.. Then there is the economic experiment in how much money we can send to saudi arabia before our economy completly collapses.

Since you are a willing guinea pig in the car exhaust experiment i've got an idea...pull your car into a garage with solar panels on the roof. close the doors and sit in your car while you leave it running. let me know which one kills you first. the solar panels or the car exhaust.

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