"Some technologies don’t pan out; some companies fail. But I will not walk away from the promise of clean energy," Obama at State of the Union Speech 2012.
Obama said that his administration would open more than 75 percent of the offshore oil and gas resources for development. But that does not jive with his actions as Dick Morris clearly laid out on Twitter.
Morris: You haven’t given a permit for offshore drilling since BP spill. Who do you think you are kidding? Develop all energy souces how about coal? This is so disingenuoius with his veto of the Keystone pipeline.
Obama also defended his record on Solyndra in his first 2012 campaign advertisement.
No matter how much the media will label the Republicans as being the ones out of touch, I’d say Obama is the one out of touch. Romney may not know what it is like to do laundry, clean his house, or cook.
But we don’t need a president that does.
We need a president that is firmly aware of what it takes for jobs to thrive in America. The Conservative principles of lower taxes, less regulations is what businesses are looking for or else they will be heading to China.
The mass exodus of our jobs to China was clearly pointed out by the very Liberal NYTimes.com.
In the last decade, technological leaps in solar and wind energy, semiconductor fabrication and display technologies have created thousands of jobs. But while many of those industries started in America, much of the employment has occurred abroad. Companies have closed major facilities in the United States to reopen in China.