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Then Trump was the runaway winner.
 

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Drudge has been anti-Trump for months now.
 

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And nothing on Drudge about this!

 

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So I thought Biden had about his best performance even including the primaries. However, offering up that you want to kill off fossil fuel in a relatively short period of time was pretty stupid for a guy who is supposed to be hyper focused on winning Pennsylvania. Trump was the candidate his supporters have been looking for. Kept with the theme "why didn't you do it over the last 47 years?" and telling him he sounds like a typical politician.
 

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Looks like the last debate gave us a clear choice. Trump has a problem with those who want to "fry" the police like pigs in a blanket - Sleepy Joe didn't say if he had a problem with that. The phrase "Green New Deal" was not mentioned but Sleepy Joe clearly wants to enact the radical Occasional-Cortex agenda of relying only on wind and solar power and abolishing the use of all fossil fuels. Sleepy Joe wants 50,000 charging stations for our electric cars - I'm sure his supporters won't mind stopping repeatedly for hours at a time on their road trips to charge up their politically correct putt-putt vehicles. Years ago there was talk in the papers about putting in a charging station in the town of Atlanta, Illinois (population 1692, located halfway between Chicago and St. Louis) and about how wonderful it would be for travelers to stroll around that village for several hours while waiting for their cars to charge up again. That kind of stuff, plus gun confiscation, open borders for illegals, and shutting down the entire economy to deal with the global warming hoax, appear to be the shape of things to come since all the polls show Sleepy Joe way ahead.
 

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Looks like the last debate gave us a clear choice. Trump has a problem with those who want to "fry" the police like pigs in a blanket - Sleepy Joe didn't say if he had a problem with that. The phrase "Green New Deal" was not mentioned but Sleepy Joe clearly wants to enact the radical Occasional-Cortex agenda of relying only on wind and solar power and abolishing the use of all fossil fuels. Sleepy Joe wants 50,000 charging stations for our electric cars - I'm sure his supporters won't mind stopping repeatedly for hours at a time on their road trips to charge up their politically correct putt-putt vehicles. Years ago there was talk in the papers about putting in a charging station in the town of Atlanta, Illinois (population 1692, located halfway between Chicago and St. Louis) and about how wonderful it would be for travelers to stroll around that village for several hours while waiting for their cars to charge up again. That kind of stuff, plus gun confiscation, open borders for illegals, and shutting down the entire economy to deal with the global warming hoax, appear to be the shape of things to come since all the polls show Sleepy Joe way ahead.
All the polls except for the one that counts.
 

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Looks like the last debate gave us a clear choice. Trump has a problem with those who want to "fry" the police like pigs in a blanket - Sleepy Joe didn't say if he had a problem with that. The phrase "Green New Deal" was not mentioned but Sleepy Sleepy Joe wants 50,000 charging stations for our electric cars - I'm sure his supporters won't mind stopping repeatedly for hours at a time on their road trips to charge up their politically correct putt-putt vehicles. Years ago there was talk in the papers about putting in a charging station in the town of Atlanta, Illinois (population 1692, located halfway between Chicago and St. Louis) and about how wonderful it would be for travelers to stroll around that village for several hours while waiting for their cars to charge.
I agree with everything IG said but most Tesla’s can currently make the drive from Chicago to St Louis without a recharge already.

Elimination of combustion engines will cost the US over 500,000 auto jobs and eliminate up to 1/3 of the 400,000 mechanic jobs in the US. No engines, no transmissions, no tune ups no oil changes. 100% electric cars would also overwhelm the power grid almost overnight. 50 to 100 kW per charge times 300 million passenger vehicle is a lot of power demand daily.

The US currently only produces 1.6% of our power from solar and less than 8% from wind. We produce zero % from solar at night and very little from windmills when the wind is not blowing.


 
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Elimination of combustion engines will cost the US over 500,000 auto jobs and eliminate up to 1/3 of the 400,000 mechanic jobs in the US.
So true! Just ask all the blacksmiths, horse breeders, carriage makers, tack manufacturers about that newfangled "horseless carriage"!
 
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