Tuesday, May 13, 2008

The $24,725,000,000 Bargain

In 2009, The United States Department of Energy will require $24,725,000,000.

Unfortunately, the DOE is now being administered by Resident Bush, but it is still a bargain.

Why? Because they make plans and write reports.


I know, because one of my strengths is making plans and having my students write reports. For instance, the DOE recently combined these two skills by writing a report for a possible plan for wind energy growth. This alone is probably worth $17,654,739,082, plus or minus $300 or so.

I envision hundreds of thousands of wind turbines replacing the depraved commercial and so-called "residential" uses (like horrid sprawl) that are presently littered across the Amerikkkan wasteland that lies between the coasts, and especially in Texas.


But I despair. And I am worried. Worried that $24,725,000,000 is not enough. We need more for the DOE. More tax dollars from people with so-called "earnings". (Stealing from slaves is slaves is not an earning!) We need change. And fortunately, there is someone who is promising change: Change of an additional $150,000,000,000 over ten years to The Department of Energy!

Invest $150 Billion over 10 Years in Clean Energy: Obama will invest $150 billion over 10 years to advance the next generation of biofuels and fuel infrastructure, accelerate the commercialization of plug-in hybrids, promote development of commercial-scale renewable energy, invest in low-emissions coal plants, and begin the transition to a new digital electricity grid.
You cannot put a price on plug-in hybrids. There is simply no cap.

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