Slick Willie Clinton’s old lady broke taboo and mentioned the Libertarian Party. This in the same portion of her audiobook that talks about how surprised Democrats were over an overlooked 3% of registered voters.
But the losing party’s candidate was still clueless as to why Americans voted to keep electricity safe and legal. This was after an ordinary storm turned Puerto Rico into an unlit open sewer. The governor who handed his electors this mess is a member of the New Progressive party, an assemblage of faith-based, prohibitionists absolutely Hell-bent on sending any number of men with guns out to make sure nobody possesses the wrong kind of plant leaves. The party is absolutely opposed to any thought of decriminalizing or legalizing hemp. But aside from equipping SWAT teams and prohibition snoopers with powerful assault weapons, the party is anti-Second Amendment, much like the 1938 German government.
The New Progressive Energy planks are redolent with Green Energy Fund and renewable cant. A Spanish Caudillo wearing makeup advised by the Pope iv Rome is the party poster child. New Progressives despise icky fossil fuels (but press for a Gas Port, not nuclear energy). Platform energy planks go on and on about self-destructing windmills and flyaway solar panels, and fantasize over nonexistent pipedreams such as tiny Herbert Hoover gully dams, tidal, hydro and biofuel, electric cars and so on. Electricity from the monopoly is so expensive that theft is a major problem occupying much of the looter party’s platform space. If it fails to produce electricity and gets people killed, you will find it in Progressive Party plans. You will not find any mention of nuclear energy in their plan. Entrenched looter parties have drawn up specifications to exclude the Libertarian Party–over and above the Nixon Anti-Libertarian law. So the LP is banned there as in such exemplary democracies as Venezuela, North Korea, Brazil and China.
Satellite photos show Puerto Rico about as well lit today as it was in 1896, when starving in concentration camps run by Big Government mixed-economy Spaniards. Just next door, the British Virgin Islands look like New York juxtaposed with North Korea in nighttime images. Naval nuclear reactors are what stand between Puerto Ricans starving in the dark and having some minimal power. The island has had spotty access to potable water for years and now relies on bottled water handouts. Compare Bay City, hit by the same hurricanes and now up and running nicely thanks to its nuclear reactors. Nice planning, wot?
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