Wednesday, February 17, 2010

Sen. Rockerfeller:Obama not believable on Energy

The face of Obama Budget Dr. Peter Orszag

So what are my signals that I am meant to read, where am I meant to…other than his words? We met with him yesterday and he said, “Oh I am, you know, for clean coal.” and he says it in speeches but he doesn’t say it in here. He doesn’t say it in the actions of Lisa Jackson and he doesn’t say it in the minds of my own people and he is beginning to be not believable to me.

So I want you to put me at rest or put me away
—Sen. Jay Rockerfeller
Senator Jay Rockerfeller has the same problem that we all have these days—believing our president Barry Hussein Soetoro. Sen. Rockerfeller’s plight is that he represents a coal producing state and our president has campaigned on a green agenda and has stated that he will be responsible for putting coal producing companies in bankruptcy.

Sen. Rockerfeller ‘s questioning of Dr. Peter Orszag, president Soetoro’s budget director is an interesting coming of understanding for Sen. Rockerfeller. The Senator realizes that the leader of his Party intends to gut the middle class jobs in his state West Virginia. (see 6:35min video) Well worth watching

Unfortunately Sen. Rockerfeller all that you have is president Soetoro’s word, that clean coal jobs will be protected in West Virginia however his word and $5.00 will buy you a coffee Grande at Starbucks.
So if somebody wants to build a coal-powered plant, they can; it's just that it will bankrupt them because they're going to be charged a huge sum for all that greenhouse gas that's being emitted.—Barry Hussein Soetoro
The president enjoys the phrase, “What I also said is…” So in keeping with his duplicity this is what he also said about coal producing states. (see 3:57min video)

Sen. Rockerfeller if it has taken you this long Sir to realize that the leader of your Party can’t be believed I doubt that you will be very effective in saving your constituents jobs and coal businesses.