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Arnold Schwarzenegger on Keeping California Cool

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Frankystein123 Avatar
Frankystein123
Posted: 05.06.10, 04:23 PM
Whatever people may think of Gov. Schwarzenegger, at least he is keeping California's liberal tradition alive. Besides, what sane person wouldn't agree with his opinions on offshore drilling and clean energy.
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AGENTE"B"1633.
Posted: 05.04.10, 08:43 PM
governor whats hapening wit the men that are in service and ar knot being helpd and others ar recibing ther benefits and ar e mostly convicted criminals
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jjenkins
Posted: 09.19.09, 11:32 AM
The only thing we should do is give a tax credit to tax payers who drive a 4 cylinder vehicle. That would go a tremendously long way to reducing our oil consumption. For those of you that think there is some magical way to make an alternative fuel, you are clueless and dreaming. All other energy sources are either impractical for automotive use, or require more energy to produce then energy received. So, if you think for a minute that we are going to get off of oil you are living in a fantasy world. What we need to do is conserve oil while still using it for our personal transportation needs.
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AGENTE"B"1633.
Posted: 09.11.09, 02:13 PM
I agre no of shore oling
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Rdallas1
Posted: 07.01.09, 11:01 AM
Off shore drilling will help to reduce our dependency on foreign oil which overall I think is a great thing, for the economy and lessening terrorism. However, I think it also would be beneficial for the environment if the government spent more time in the development of other energy sources like solar and bio fuels. Although it is expensive I think in the long run it would benefit not only the our country but the world.
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solaris
Posted: 12.06.08, 11:10 AM
Well, not even the Terminator could stop "climate change" :-)
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farber2
Posted: 11.21.08, 10:50 PM
detroit should be leading the way to the future, but, they are corrupt.
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solaris
Posted: 11.21.08, 02:26 AM
oil*
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solaris
Posted: 11.21.08, 02:25 AM
California is a republic -always- at some edge: tech, civil rights and other advances. Let submarine battery tech tax free. Historically, the old age is already doomed. We could go the tandem: nuclear (for production of H2) and use that almost infinite resource. And nuclear to produce clean electric energy to drive vehicles and "everything else", as well. Cheers from Canary Islands.
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wolfheinl
Posted: 10.01.08, 10:44 PM
Its good to know that someone is doing something about Climate Change. Washington sure isn't.
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