Learning To Support Terror Like A Progressive

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24 Responses to Learning To Support Terror Like A Progressive

  1. Dave N says:

    Regardless of the ISIS situation, it is interesting logic: veto Keystone because of CAGW, but buy oil from elsewhere anyway? Alarmist hypocrisy knows no bounds.

  2. SMS says:

    Mobius is not well informed. He tries to change the subject by telling us that fracing is a problem. It is not. Mobius is just another Prius driving, vegan, anti-vaccine, save the polar bear, dope smoking, progressive, idiot. Much like our commander in chief.

    • A little weed does not make one an idiot. Wait, what were we talking about?

    • Ben Vorlich says:

      Dope smoking Hippies in California were the prime movers in getting the domestic Solar PV off the ground. They dropped out but not that far. Self financed off grid Solar PV is a good idea. Consumer subsidised mega installations aren’t.

  3. Mac says:

    Yeah, sure. Fracking is a “bad idea” to this clueless leftoid moron because he says so. I mean, there is no scientific evidence whatsoever to back up his claim about fracking. It’s all hysteria and lies. Who, in God’s name, would believe something when there is absolutely no scientific evidence at all to back it up?

    Oh, wait…

  4. James says:

    You really shouldn’t pick on the mentally challenged like Mobius. It’s irrelevant that they became mentally challenged by burning out their brains with chemicals. Every villiage needs village idiots after all.

    • Mark Luhman says:

      Yea, unfortunately, there a village in Kenya missing one, same for Massachusetts, and Delaware! The worst part is the EPA has about as good grasp on the science method as they bosses and Mobius have. Evidence what evidence, data only clouds the issue. Oh damn it just done on me I don’t know about Mobius, but for the President, the VP and Secretary of State it seem in the legal system they seem to think the same way, evidence, what evidence, do confuse me with the facts after all I have my mind made up after all the Officer is oblivious guilty.

  5. stpaulchuck says:

    the guy’s a typical LIV moron. He conflates fracking with the pipeline which will carry tar sands oil which has zero to do with fracking. In addition we’ve been “fracking” for over 50 years and it has done zero damage to anything because it happens miles underground and no less than a mile below the impermeable rock layer under the aquifer.

    • gator69 says:

      Oil sands, not tar sands.

      • Mac says:

        Actually, you’re wrong. Both terms are used. Those areas can be called either tar sands or oil sands. The terms are interchangeable.

        • gator69 says:

          I have a friend who works those fields, and he is always correcting folks who call them tar sands. The terms are not interchangeable to those who work in the industry. Tar sands is the preferred terminology of leftists, to make it appear dirtier, just like photographing steam with the sun behind it. We need to stop adopting leftspeak.

      • Mac says:

        I cannot respond to your response to me. The “reply” link is missing for some odd reason. However, and not to belabor the point, the term “tar sands” has actually been used by the petroleum industry for decades, and is still used by a lot of people. Technically, the term “oil sands” is more accurate in a way, but “tar sands” is not at all a leftist term by any means. The term “tar sands” was originally used to describe the mixture of hydrocarbons present in the sand, and long-chain hydrocarbons are thicker and more viscous and appear tar-like. Chemically speaking, the sands contain neither tar nor oil. The sands actually contain bitumen, a very thick hydrocarbon which is mixed with sand and appears to be tar, and is basically asphalt. Chemists often refer to those areas as tar sands.

        If leftists do indeed use the term “tar sands” to propagandize, which I admit is probably occurring, that’s just another of their emotional problems. The way things are going “oil sands” will be a propaganda term as well, so you can’t win either way.

        • gator69 says:

          My background is mainly geology, and I do get nitpicky about correct terminology in these matters. You will not find anyone who works in the petroleum industry calling it ‘tar’ sands. When I want to know the proper lexicon, I go to the professionals.

        • Neal S says:

          Based on the above, would “bitumen sands” be appropriate?

        • gator69 says:

          ‘BS’ would be technically correct, but not what those who work with it would call it. It’s like calling water dihydrous monoxide.

  6. higley7 says:

    What many people do not know is that we have been fracking successfully and safely for 65 years. Just because we have now found that we can frack almost anywhere, it is suddenly bad for the environment. Even the EPA cannot find anything wrong with fracking. They did try to rig a study by mixing gasoline with tap water to make it burn, but they were caught. The only case of methane in drinking water was a case in which methane was in the water supply BEFORE any fracking was done anywhere in that region. Actually fracking in that region might actually decrease the methane in the water supply.

    The government’s crack down on methane leaks is spurious, as it is totally in the interest of the frackers NOT to leak what they hope to sell. The goal is to hurt t the industry by making unreachable demands.Duh.

    • gator69 says:

      I have this on my DVR and have shared it with friends and family. There is a couple who claimed brown burning water was coming out of their tap, the EPA thoroughly tested it and found nothing. If you watch closely, the husband drives a fuel oil truck! 😆


      • Gail Combs says:

        “Ever since America’s earliest oil discoveries, dynamite or nitroglycerin detonations increased a well’s production. Hydraulic fracturing came in the 1949. Hydraulic fracturing technologies can trace their roots to April 25, 1865, when Civil War veteran Col. Edward A. L. Roberts received the first of his many patents for an “exploding torpedo…. ”Shooters – A “Fracking” History

        In other words the chicken littles are full of chicken sh..t!

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