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The Presidents legacy revisited

August 5, 2015


In a Rittaurs new story published August 2, 2020, it was reported that the last coal powered power plant has shut down. It seems ironic that today also marks the anniversary of the day (August 2, 2015) that then President Barack Hussein Obama issued one of the vast number of executive orders instructing the EPA to cut carbon emissions in Americas power plants.

This executive order was to be the cornerstone of Barack’s legacy as President, but because all Americans now endure daily rationing of electrical usage, because of the now limited number of “clean’ power plants, it has become more of an dead weight dragging his legacy down. Barack’s extensive use of executive orders to get around a congress when they would not support his major policies, including his amnesty of illegal migrants, obama-care or as it is more commonly known the unaffordable health care act and the nuclear treaty with Iran, has now literally obliterated his legacy.

At the end of August 2015 he flew to Alaska, ostensibly for the World Arctic Conference, but he made sure he also visited hand picked remote Arctic villages where natural erosion made it appear that global warming was causing current disasters. This ‘fact finding’ mission was in reality nothing more than a photo-op in a vain attempt to reinforce Barack’s misguided carbon emission policy signed earlier in the month.

One must wonder why….
if he truly believes in reducing carbon emissions
that he flies twenty hours
in a plane emitting tons of carbon
to tell us that
carbon emissions cause global warming?

One Comment leave one →
  1. August 6, 2015 5:30 am

    yes, he and most of the politicians who harp on global warming are the absolute worst offenders of stamping out a carbon footprint that is hundreds of times bigger than the average american’s.


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