Bracing against the wind  

Tuesday, October 28, 2003

It's like he read my mind

Democratic frontrunner, Howard Dean, announced a six-point renewable energy strategy to get us off the oil standard within 20 years. This policy would be a direct attack on the Bush family's income. George Bush actually owns oilfields in Kuwait. Unlike the rest of us, Bush and his supporters profit immensely from high oil prices, war, and our sagging deficit-riddled economy.

I donated money to Dean's campaign. Maybe he's reading my weblog for policy ideas. Or maybe it's just that renewable energy is a way for the U.S. to simultaneously create jobs, restore the economy, and diffuse tensions in the Middle East.

You decide.

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