Obama Invents The Oil Free Car

Obama explains how raising taxes and gas prices will ease the pain

I propose we use some of our oil and gas revenues to fund an Energy Security Trust that will drive new research and technology to shift our cars and trucks off oil for good. If a non-partisan coalition of CEOs and retired generals and admirals can get behind this idea, then so can we. Let’s take their advice and free our families and businesses from the painful spikes in gas prices we’ve put up with for far too long.

What a first rate wanker. Perhaps he should talk to engineers, instead of ass-kissing generals looking for favor with the White House.


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20 Responses to Obama Invents The Oil Free Car

  1. Eric Barnes says:

    What’s really needed is a Washington DC free US. Our economy would turn around in a flash.

  2. Possibly he’s just realised he has to have someone invent the technology before he can actually successfully fund businesses that on sell it.

  3. Me says:

    WOW, we are seeing a recording of this up here. He just said word for word what you posted. 😆

  4. geologyjim says:

    Total horse-puckey.

    Sure, everyone grouses when the pump price goes up 50 cents – but no one changes their habits because independent transportation is far more important than a few bucks a week.

    People (except the Obama-phone whores) spend far more on cell phone and cable service than they do on gasoline. ObamaCare taxes and increased payroll taxes will cost everyone more than the gasoline prices.

    MSM journalists have their collective heads too far up Obama’s rear-end to ever report this, so it’s up to us in the blogosphere and alternative media to sound the alarms.

  5. gofer says:

    And now we can get to work on figuring out how to make the thousands of other products that are made from oil, aspirin for example.

  6. Olaf Koenders says:

    There’ll never be an oil shortage, providing we can find ways of squeezing it out of puppies, kittens, whales and dolphins..

  7. “…a non-partisan coalition of CEOs…

    He may have something there – most CEO’s aren’t driven by politics. They’re driven by profits.

  8. ralphcramdo says:

    The electric car mistake

    By Charles Lane, Published: February 11

    The Obama administration’s electric-car fantasy finally may have died on the road between Newark, Del., and Milford, Conn.

    The New York Times’s John M. Broder reported Friday that the Tesla Model S electric car he was test-driving repeatedly ran out of juice, partly because cold weather reduces the battery’s range by about 10 percent.

    Broder’s trip turned into a nightmare, including a stretch with the conked-out car riding the back of a flatbed truck.

    Tesla chief executive Elon Musk fired back on Monday, tweeting that Broder’s report is a “fake” and that “vehicle logs” show he “didn’t actually charge to max & took a long detour.”

    The Times is standing by its story. My take is that even if Musk is 100 percent right and Broder is 100 percent wrong — which I doubt — Musk loses.

    Who wants a $101,000 car that might die just because you feel like taking “a long detour”?

    President Obama repeatedly declared that, with enough federal aid, we can put a million electric vehicles on the road by 2015. His administration has invested about $5 billion in grants, guaranteed loans — including $465 million for Tesla — and tax incentives to buyers.


  9. gator69 says:

    “I propose we use some of our oil and gas revenues…”

    Are we now allowed to drill again? Frack?

    “…to fund an Energy Security Trust that will…”

    What? Payback donors, and insure future monetary support?

    He’s transparent alright!

  10. higley7 says:

    Even if they could make wind work,, they would want to raise rates every time one of their turbines fell over or blew up. There would be a price hike EVERY month. There are currently over 14,000 dead turbines in the US.

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