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But Trump’s a warmonger! (/sarc off)
Biden is obviously just a puppet, but who is pulling the strings?
Nobody knows, Lee. Nobody knows.
I very much doubt it is Harris or AOC.
Both far too dumb.
“This has all the fingerprints of the Soros organization.”
Who has really been running our country?
Next he’ll be telling us he’s going to free Willy.
Biden’s spokesidiots say this all the time. Yeah, no. The president hasn’t been clear about anything for a very long time.
I reckon many people / organisations have leverage over him e.g. FBI (because of Hunter), CIA, the Chicoms maybe. However, if I had to guess, I would say his main controller is Obama via Susan Rice and a few other Obama hacks in the Whitehouse. To a large extent, this is Obama’s third term.
Third term with no skin in the game, he was bagging them the other day.
Just a slip of the tongue. Top of mind. His minders are going to have to be careful about how much they tell him because he can’t be relied on to keep his mouth shut.
Like this, before the last election:
Excellent link Lee.
“We have put together the most extensive and inclusive voter fraud organisation in the history of American politics.”
Trump broke the agreement showing the US cannot be trusted. He had no support from anyone in the intelligence community as we saw from the Senate hearings.
Iran voted for hardliners Imagine a person who had brains was president. the agreement went on. Iran’s GDP increased. The liberals win. the people want more increased living standards and less much less foreign interventions.
Trump and the deplorables are such morons
Non Mentis with thee usualmshallow intelligence and strategic analysis.
Do something useful, and answer my questions on electricity supply. Or is that beyond your capability?
In case your computer skills are too limited to find them, here are the questions. We all look forward to your response.
Why not do something useful, and tell us how we got reliable electricity 24/7/365 before unreliable ruinables came along? And explain why, if ruinables do not need subsidies, the subsidies continue. Then explain why we need a price on carbon, when fossil fuel generation is so expensive and intermittent. Surely they will collapse even without one?
If you have time after that, a short note on how the thousands of kilometres of new transmission lines required to get ruinable electricity from distributed generation sites to users will not impact on their cost.
Or do you also have nothing but leftard talking points on ruinables either?
oh primary school drop out. We never had reliable electricity under coal. We had wat too many units to produce. Why you ask because units kept on dropping out.
This is why we had had way too much electricity at night because of base load electricity.
That is the thing. If you are scared of black outs because units in coal fired power stations keep on breaking down then you will have way too many of them..
renewables get subsidies because of the theory of second best. We need a price on carbon.
If Abbott had not criminally got rid of the price on carbon when he did then the HUGE rise on cl.ao and gas prices because of the war dfriomial’s invasion of Ukraime would have had minimal impact here.
Peak spittle flecked Trampis there, someone feed this into the Hitler bunker scene video maker…
I was well aware of the availability of spare capacity, that is standard for essential services. I thought (silly me) that a self anointed guru of electric power would know what degree of redundancy was maintained. Obviously, such messy detail is beneath the attention of one so August as you. (That’s sarcasm, your limited knowledge is well known.)
Now tell us, given the known limits to the capacity factors of wind and solar, what level of redundancy will be necessary to provide reliable, continuous, electricity in a fully ruinable generation system? Note that, if you are not scared of black outs because solar and wind are weather dependent, you are stupid. If you are scared, then you will need to have way too many of them. The capacity factor of solar is around 20%, and wind around 40%.
Increasing solar reaches a point of diminishing returns, because they are useless at night and on cloudy days. Wind will need at least 150%redundancy, even ignoring the issue of wind droughts. Connecting broad acre ruinable generators to users will, according to the government, require more than 10,000 km of transmission lines, at a cost expected to be almost $80 billion. How will that capital cost affect the cost of ruinables? I note that you ignored that element of my questions. Too embarrassing for you, or beyond the wit of a pre-school failure?
As for your “theory of second best”, you also avoided saying why such cheap power needs a subsidy at all. Can’t you read? Neither did you say why fossil fuels need to be penalised by a price on carbon, if they are already both expensive and unreliable.
Fail, try again, more diligence needed.
I saved this from @amlivemon
Does anybody know who’s running the White House?
White House is run by a circle of people around Biden. Klein, Sullivan, reps from Sanders and Warren, etc… its a village.
I dont think Susan Rice is at the top. She’s one of Obama’s team and they are distancing themselves away from Biden for the most part.
Even Obama has ridiculed some aspects of Democrat policy.
“Imagine a person who had brains was president.”
The Demonrats offered up Hillary then Brandon with Kamala so your side isn’t spending much time imagining leadershio with brains are they NM.