mercredi, mars 09, 2005

Let's Talk about the Earth Today

I never thought I’d write this, but:

Go General Motors! Thanks also to the federal government for collaborating with GM on this important work. We can do more.

Let’s talk about the earth today. I love the earth, man. Do you love the earth? The earth is so cool. Do you ever find yourself thinking that? The earth is it. Even though it isn't April 22nd, let’s talk about the earth today.

Easy Question Number One:

If you had a choice between powering your home or car with clean renewable energy or dirty non-renewable energy, which would you choose? [Republicans, powered by cash from big oil, support dirty non-renewable energy]

Easy Question Number Two:

If you were the President of the United States and you had a choice between investing in clean renewable energy (RE) or investing in dirty non-renewable energy (NRE) (including the displacement of wildlife and wars against Iraq), what percentage of your dollars would you use for RE and what percentage would you use for NRE?

While Bush is still hoping to savage the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge (searching for oil like he searches for WMD), serious scientists, advancing the dream of a visionary President, are talking about how we can power our world more intelligently. Support this wisdom, please.

I saw a bumper sticker a few weeks ago. It was on a Geo, and it said – “This car gets 33 mpg. What are you doing to protect the homeland?” So I ask the same question to you: Are you protecting the homeland? Is your car mean or green?