Wednesday, March 30, 2011

President Obama: We have to change our minds about renewable, clean energy America

I just watched the president explain to college students at Georgetown University the importance of new energy research and clean and renewable energy and how we can't continue to depend on oil as a source of energy.

He said a time table is set to convert federal vehicles to bio fuel/flex fuel vehicles like it's done in Brazil. I hope the president can get the states on board with this idea as well.

I also don't understand the opposition to solar energy. The panels can be very small and unobtrusive. The industry has evolved considerably. I don't understand the barriers and opposition to changing the way we view energy in this country.

Also, I was happy to see news anchors discuss and explain parts of the president's speech about renewable and clean energy. That behavior goes a long way in changing attitudes about switching to clean and renewable energy.


Oh, and for those drill baby drill people: the oil industry will take the time to follow the regulations in place instead of searching for shortcuts that can endanger nature. Those regulations are for the oil industry's good as well as the good of the people.

In this video, President Obama lays out his plan for America’s long-term energy security by reducing our dependence on foreign oil, developing more domestic energy resources, and encouraging conservation during a speech Wednesday March 30 at Georgetown University.




Tuesday, March 29, 2011

msnbc video: Obama: Gadhafi will ultimately step down

msnbc video: Obama: Gadhafi will ultimately step down

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President Obama’s Speech on Libya | The White House

President Obama’s Speech on Libya | The White House
The unanswered questions being asked are based on the misrepresentations of others who speak only for themselves and not the president. The president has been transparent all along in wanting to prevent Libyan civilians from being slaughtered by their government. However, it is his stance that freedom is the people's to win--as it is for all who fight for their democratic right to live free under suppression.

Our United Nations involvement is clearly not an act of war. It is only that certain people who do speak, understand how to manipulate specific keywords that misrepresent the president's intentions. If you listen to the president speak at a press event and then listen to others, you will hear very different words.

It seems to me there is undue attention focused on preventing our current president from doing what is right and correct for this country. When the president loses, the people of America lose because President Obama is the only one looking out for the interests of the American people. Everyone else is looking out for themselves. Think about that folks.

Find the article about the president creating an oil trading partnership with our friends in South America.

Saturday, March 05, 2011

YouTube - President Obama and Vice President Biden Address National Governors Association

YouTube - President Obama and Vice President Biden Address National Governors Association

This is the realest discussion on Obama's healthcare plan to date. I beg you, listen and watch how the president explains the situation to everyone:

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