The Second Declaration of Indepencence

Thursday, June 24, 2010

Forcing economic evolution

Forcing economic evolution on energy prices is purely a political strategy bent on tendering more taxes on the already overtaxed while at the same time, fattening the wallets of those that have a vested interest in the dubious deed.

However going green seems, to many of us, as a good idea that should demand immediate attention and strong action and there may be some good reasons why we want to swing over to the green side both environmentally and to world mounting tensions over energy.

The biggest problem to jumping on the green bandwagon is the fact that the world is not running short of oil. On the contrary it seems as if we have huge proven fields that promise to last us for years to come and we’re still finding them. Jimmy Carter must be astounded by all the new found oil after all of those gas rationing tickets he printed.

Who in their right mind is going to mortgage the farm and spend the children’s college funds in order to fund a green startup that is doomed, at the start, by the fact that big oil has lots of oil and is not going to just sit around with capped wells and no income?

The fact that Obama and his cronies in congress want to drive up the price of energy to triple or more (CAP AND TAX), in the name of saving the planet, are simply ludicrous and especially in the light of our current economic crises, created by the government in the first place. How can I get on this gravy train? Sign me up.

Given the fact the supply and demand still rules the world; the only way that the government could enact the green movement would be to gain complete 100% control over energy use and maybe everything else. Given the track record of government running anything, the whole concept comes under serious but laughable doubt.

Although the Soros owned lame stream news media never reports anything of this nature, many folks have had some incredible ideas that would have been well received by any genuine green minded devotee.

For instance, someone had the idea of using solar panels to shade desert soil and grow crops not other wise possible at that location but came under scrutiny by the government as being harmful to the ecosystem. How can you propose green with a straight face and make silly rules such as that? I have spent some time with a similar but more reaching plan, but at this time, it is all just academic.

This is why going green will never work until its time has come. When will the time come? It will come when it is the best option of the moment and is driven by natural supply and demand. That demand may be caused by a real tangible shortage someday but not soon, by any means. However it may be caused sooner by world wide political strife and presidential politico driven moratoriums on drilling in the US.

Ford motors might just know something that we don’t; they are buying up lithium mines.

Keep your powder dry

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