Skip to comments.The Hillary Clinton Plan to Promote Energy Security in Montana
Posted on 04/07/2008 10:32:57 AM PDT by Red Badger
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Rest In Peace, old friend, your work is finished.....
If you want ON or OFF the DIESEL KnOcK LIST just FReepmail me.....
This is a fairly HIGH VOLUME ping list on some days.....
Every Moron who repeats the Moronic Gibberish that biofuels cut down on “greenhouse emissions” should be singled out for a National Moron Merit Badge.
“Hillary will expand on existing on-farm energy programs to create a new $150 million per year grant and loan incentive program to pay for up to 50 percent of the cost for farmers and ranchers to install on-farm energy technology, such as windmills, solar panels, and biodiesel oilseed presses on their operations. She will also provide incentives for carbon sequestration on farms and ranches as part of her emissions reduction program.”
Wow, she sounds suprahuman. Oh, BTW, what is carbon SEQUESTRATION? And is Al Gore the Chairman?
What is carbon SEQUESTRATION?.....Removal and storage of the CO2 like in underground deep holes.........
Oh crap... how did she find us in Montana? We thought we were safe... she was in the state over the weekend.
Did you know your state’s western border is a profile of Richard Nixon?................
Earning points early today, Badger?
Pinging the sequestered...
No, it just came up under “Biodiesel news” Goooooogle search...............
Wonder why she didn’t do something about enery when she was co-president for eight years. We can ask Utah how well they helped them.
The following chart shows production for 1997 through 2006. The price per ton at the various sites depends on the quality of coal (heating value, moisture content, sulfur and ash content, etc.) but an average for Calendar Year 2006 was $6.96 per ton making the value of that coal over $290 million. The price is established by the Department of Revenue after three state and two federal taxes are deducted.
Source: Department of Labor & Industry, Safety Bureau
Montana's surface mining industry furnishes some of the highest-paying and most sought-after jobs in the state. Below are the employment and payroll figures for 2006.
|Employment and Payroll|
|Decker Coal Co.||150||$8,300,000|
|Spring Creek Coal||176||$16,100,000|
|Western Energy Co.||400||$25,414,000|
Source: Individual Companies
Lol, I’m typing this from under the bed.
Why does it have to be removed and stored somewhere else? To lengthen the halflife?
Dig a pit- channel your exhaust there- keep it there for centuries. Where will our plants get the CO2 they need?
The whole engineering industry has swallowed this crap.
Essentially to “lock it away” forever from the atmosphere. But remember this: All that carbon in all that coal, oil and natural gas was once IN THE ATMOSPHERE! We’re just putting it back where it came from!...............
She apparently wants MT to stop producing coal, which is the real solution to our national fuel problem......
While Yomoma plans to impose Sharia Law, Hillary plans to starve us into submission.
Not all of us.
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