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I thought we must have new and innovative ways to do everything 0bama style? Why are we using old redneck ways?

Dropping in on a session on "Green Jobs of the Future," Obama said, "Not to tip our hand too much, but one of the things I would be surprised if we don't end up moving forward on is an aggressive agenda for energy efficiency and weatherization. Because that is an area where we can get it up and running relatively quickly. You don't need new technologies." How DARE them be HIDE BOUND like this. What will Michael Moore say?

Asked By: ShouldaKnownBetter - 12/3/2009
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I was fine with the "old" America. In fact, I loved it!
Answered By: Pringles - 12/3/2009
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Because Repubes are dumb
Answered By: Sands of Time - 12/3/2009
 
With the Depression still only in it's 2nd year focussing on 'green jobs' seems a little silly. We aren't using the oil anymore. Global Warming is reversing and if anything we should be pumping CO2s into the air to prevent the next ice age. Time to go back to R11 as well. That was some kick ass refrigerant.
Answered By: Don J - 12/3/2009
 
You confused me so that means your confused.
Answered By: Rich - 12/3/2009
 
Liberty and the constitution are not a "red neck thing". That's just liberals stereotyping and collectivizing (imagine that) to promote their agenda
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Answered By: extremist - 12/3/2009
 
I thought only barney frank knew what obama style was, did a homemade video come out? or were you hiding in the closet
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Answered By: America, Be Smarter in 2012 - 12/3/2009
 
LIberals confuse being a patriot with being a redneck. You have to be an Ivy league graduate living in San Francisco or New York City for them to consider you progressive.
Answered By: Max - 12/3/2009
 
Your question has nothing to do with your copy and pasted paragraph. LOL - or the article that you stole it from.
Answered By: mws - 12/3/2009
 
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