Obama : American Houses Cause 40% Of Climate Change

The President is going to put double paned windows in your home.

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13 Responses to Obama : American Houses Cause 40% Of Climate Change

  1. maguro says:

    According to a recent study, 86% of Obama’s statistics are made up.

  2. omnologos says:

    Does this mean foreclosures are good for the planet?

  3. latitude says:

    If houses are 40%, and shrinking old glass thermometers are 90%, and roofs are 20%, and UHI is 80%, and on and on (yes, that is all from peer reviewed studies)…

    …then that explains why we are all freezing our butts off right now

    Temperatures have been crashing for years and no one measured it.

  4. NoMoreGore says:

    Pretendident O’Sputternik has a Harvard degree in social justice so he knows these things. The solution of course, is for all of us to live in Government owned multi-story apartment buildings with no windows….. next to a rail line that can take us back and forth to the people’s factory.

  5. Andy Weiss says:

    There are plenty of good reasons to conserve energy. Global warming is not one of them.

  6. nofreewind says:

    >There are plenty of good reasons to conserve energy.
    Instead of worrying about conserving, we should first start thinking about stopping wasting our energy by recycling and ALL “alternative” energy.

  7. Andy Weiss says:

    When I first moved into my condo, we would have one garbage truck come a day. Now at least four, each for different forms of trash and recycling. Is that efficient?

  8. lindasduby says:

    Where do you find the time??

    • Mike Davis says:

      He just “Re-cycles” articles from other places! 😉 Think of it as Steven’s contribution to energy conservation!

  9. MrCannucistan says:

    This is all fine and well for the consumer initially. Unlike cheap gasoline where we may tend to drive more (Jevon’s Paradox), in our homes and businesses we don’t turn the heat up higher now that the fuel source is cheaper. In the end there is a net savings of energy.

    The problem arises when the utility sees a XX% drop in revenue (and resulting profits). Public (socialized) Utilities need to maintain a specific revenue level to cover costs and private utilities have shareholders that need to be satisfied. The likely scenario will be a rate increase to offset the lost revenue and, in the end, the cost to heat your home/business won’t have changed.


  10. Dave N says:

    Gore was attributed to having said the same thing. I guess it was infectious enough to have reached Obama.

    I suspect it was a misquote. I posted about it here a couple of months ago, but I’m too lazybusy to look it up.

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