Tuesday, October 30, 2012

It's time to calculate the return on our money: Obama spent $90 billion to prevent CO2-induced bad weather; when Sandy hit, how many dollars in damages were prevented by that $90 billion "investment"?

Superstorm Sandy shuts down New York City
If the storm reaches the higher estimate of $20 billion in damage, that would put it ahead of Hurricane Irene, which raked the Northeast in August 2011 and caused $16 billion in damage. Hurricane Katrina, which killed 1,200 people, cost $108 billion.
Renewable Energy: Obama $90 Billion Alternative Energy Projects Are Failing
Renewable energy has become a political football, especially as it is found that Obama’s $90 Billion alternative energy projects are failing.

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