Political Pressure Alleged On Wind Farm Project

Jul 2, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Fox News

After more than a decade of push and pull, the nation's first offshore wind farm got the green light -- but longtime opponents of Massachusetts' Cape Wind claim they have a smoking gun that shows the Obama administration applied "pressure" to get the project approved.

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“Proud To Be An American”

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democRats VS democRats...At the rate the lord marshal b. h. obama is going there will be no one left to vote for him come November...Excellent.

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This wind power is for retarded people and failed European half-assed neo-intellectuals or idiots as we call them here.

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So shame on you, Barack Obama!” cries out the voice in the latest TV ad from the Romney campaign, airing only in Ohio. Yet the voice belongs not to presumptive GOP nominee Mitt Romney, but to an unlikely figure to appear in any Romney commercial: Hillary Clinton.

The footage comes from the bitterly contested Democratic primary campaign of 2008, when then-Sen. Clinton – now President Obama’s loyal and steadfast secretary of state – complained about the Illinois insurgent spending “millions of dollars perpetuating falsehoods.”

“But that’s Barack Obama,” the ad’s narrator intones, before adding that the man who went on to win the presidency first attacked Clinton with “vicious lies.”

The ad also cites a Washington Post column from last month that denounced a particular Obama attack ad against Romney as “misleading, unfair, and untrue.”

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Jul 3, 2012
 
Political pressure.....
Is that something Obama invented?

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Jul 3, 2012
 
They're just pissed because their money couldn't stop the windfarm this time.

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Jul 3, 2012
 
Outta Luck wrote:
Political pressure.....
Is that something Obama invented?
No way, but he has taken it to a whole new level, and a very expensive one at that.

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WeTheSheeple wrote:
They're just pissed because their money couldn't stop the windfarm this time.
Pissed is right, America is fed up with liberals.

POLL: In 15 swing states, Romney leads Obama 51% to 43%...

In the 15 states CNN calls its battleground states — Arizona, Colorado, Florida, Indiana, Iowa, Michigan, Missouri, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Mexico, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Virginia, and Wisconsin — Romney leads Obama, 51 percent to 43 percent. Notably, though, the CNN/ORC International group includes three states thought to be comfortably in the Romney column this cycle: Arizona, Indiana, and Missouri.

CNN still trying to spin and minimize the truth of the negative decline in the Obama campaign. CNN claims Obama is ahead by a 46% to 42% nationally, but then states they took the poll from different people (only 500) and from different states other than the ones where Romney leads. Not only are CNN’s polls a joke, but their decline in viewership is also a record disaster in the ratings.
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Jul 3, 2012
 
Oh yeah, we were pushed into the wind mills, know
what has become of them?// Or do you care?
They are getting the wires stolden to get the copper......This is your Obama world! Think
some of those democrate states going to go for
him again... Yeah, they will, died in the wool
of being a democrat.

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WeTheSheeple wrote:
They're just pissed because their money couldn't stop the windfarm this time.
Dems vs. dems, genius.

Anyone who told you to be yourself couldn't have given you worse advice.
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Jul 3, 2012
 
The treasonous obamanation regime is desperately trying to come up with some kind any kind of wind or solar power green energy success story so the obamanation can justify his agenda of destroying the oil industry. The radical enviro-terrorists in the far left demoRatic party need to be defanged and deballed.
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Jul 3, 2012
 
If we could get a wind farm in front of the
Topix blowhards
We'd all have cheap elec!

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Your Ex wrote:
If we could get a wind farm in front of the
Topix blowhards
We'd all have cheap elec!
Well instead of a breath of fresh air, you libs only blow hot air.......self defeating.

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will wind farms replace the coal mines that obama is closing? Will wind farms allow libs to recharge their electric cars?
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Le Jimbo wrote:
<quoted text>Well instead of a breath of fresh air, you libs only blow hot air.......self defeating.
I figure you're good for about
10KwH a day.
Not as much as the
Laughable lobotomy
But a safe 2nd place finish.
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Jul 3, 2012
 
Why do I need to be afraid of windmills?
Why do they work everywhere else?
Why do republicans spare no expense to keep things like this from
Working?
Why why why???????

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Outta Luck wrote:
Why do I need to be afraid of windmills?
Why do they work everywhere else?
Why do republicans spare no expense to keep things like this from
Working?
Why why why???????
You got it buddy, the republicans stop the wind. You should worry about the government taking money from you and giving to a wind company.
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WeTheSheeple wrote:
They're just pissed because their money couldn't stop the windfarm this time.
Kennedy money stopped every other attempt.
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Le Jimbo wrote:
<quoted text>Pissed is right, America is fed up with liberals.
POLL: In 15 swing states, Romney leads Obama 51% to 43%...
In the 15 states CNN calls its battleground states — Arizona, Colorado, Florida, Indiana, Iowa, Michigan, Missouri, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Mexico, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Virginia, and Wisconsin — Romney leads Obama, 51 percent to 43 percent. Notably, though, the CNN/ORC International group includes three states thought to be comfortably in the Romney column this cycle: Arizona, Indiana, and Missouri.
CNN still trying to spin and minimize the truth of the negative decline in the Obama campaign. CNN claims Obama is ahead by a 46% to 42% nationally, but then states they took the poll from different people (only 500) and from different states other than the ones where Romney leads. Not only are CNN’s polls a joke, but their decline in viewership is also a record disaster in the ratings.
The NRA, Ted Nugent,Le Jimbo and NBPP are all one and the same! VIOLENCE! NBPP-sponsered by The NRA---- The small but vocal New Black Panther Party is woefully disappointed in President Barack Obama, and is openly implying that the best way to reach its goals is no longer through “the ballot” but through “the bullet.”

In the Spring edition of the New Black Panther Party (NBPP) newspaper — cover reading “The Ballot or The Bullet: which way for black people?”— NBPP Chairman Malik Zulu Shabazz breaks down the presidential election, concluding the Democratic Party is the “institutional pimp of Black peoples and the Black Nation” and that Obama has “been a real disappointment.”

“Black peoples are the whores and prostitutes of the Democratic Party, and mistreated mistress that is courted in the late of night, but left hanging when it is time for real change in the light of the post election day,” Shabazz wrote, following a dissertation on the need to “Vote for Revolution.”

Shabazz detailed his past hopes for Obama as the first African-American president, noting that Obama has not lived up to them — specifically by continuing the policies of the Bush administration in the so-called war on terror and ignoring the economic plight of black Americans.

“The black community is at large no better off that (sic) before he was in office. We are curious as to what his agenda is for Black people in America and if he even has one,” Shabazz added.
Ted Nugent violent anti-Obama message brings out all the Gun dangerous Conservatives like him hinting to kill Obama if he should win

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inbred Genius wrote:
will wind farms replace the coal mines that obama is closing? Will wind farms allow libs to recharge their electric cars?
Eventually.

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WeTheSheeple wrote:
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Eventually.
what if you got an important schedule, and the wind don't blow?

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