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  • lyarinchief lyarinchief Feb 1, 2013 12:13 PM Flag

    OMG - Steven Chu to Leave Administration


    How will we ever get along without this Obama Turd?

    Anybody remember what he did there in DC?

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    • Wind and solar energy doubled and is now nearly as cheap as oil ... unless you decide to add about 1/3rd of our defense budget to the oil side for their protection overseas.... than wind and oil are way lower than oil. To date I haven`t seen solar or wind require military protection....

      The reason solar isn`t on every house yet --- is because we are just now putting the financing programs together that make sense for homeowners.... but that is rapidly changing ----- check out SolarCity (SCTY) which went public recently --- Warren Buffett recently bought a big chunk of stock in it...

    • lyarinchief . Feb 1, 2013 12:13 PM . Permalink
      How will we ever get along without this Obama Turd?

      Anybody remember what he did there in DC?
      You of course have done so much more!!
      Would you please show all of your accomplishments, we know you to be very reluctant and hesitate to impress us but go ahead we understand.

      Steven Chu (Chinese: 朱棣文; pinyin: Zhū Dìwén, born February 28, 1948 is an American physicist who has been the 12th United States Secretary of Energy since 2009. Chu is known for his research at Bell Labs in cooling and trapping of atoms with laser light, which won him the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1997, along with his scientific colleagues Claude Cohen-Tannoudji and William Daniel Phillips. At the time of his appointment as Energy Secretary, he was a professor of physics and molecular and cellular biology at the University of California, Berkeley and the director of the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, where his research was concerned primarily with the study of biological systems at the single molecule level. Previously, he had been a professor of physics at Stanford University. He is a vocal advocate for more research into renewable energy and nuclear power, arguing that a shift away from fossil fuels is essential to combating climate change. For example, he has conceived of a global "glucose economy", a form of a low-carbon economy, in which glucose from tropical plants is shipped around like oil is today. He announced he will resign his post on February 1st, 2013.

    • shoeshine boy for odumbo

    • sdmiller4747 Feb 1, 2013 12:46 PM Flag

      Chu is a borderline socialist fanatic. I wonder who our illegal immigrant president will replace him with? His replacement might be even more radical.

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      • Chu a borderline socialist? No. A die hard socialist/communist. He is responsible for many of our failed economic decisions.
        Voters just keep in mind you got exactly what you asked for.
        The only thing that is moving in a good positive direction is the stock market and that is because of all the stymulus money dumped in to the economy.
        UC rate is 7.9%
        Unemployment rate about 15%
        Youth, under 24, iis about 24%
        New jobs created in Jan 154,000, new youth entering job mkt about 250,000.
        This is not good.

    • Did what ?

      Sentiment: Strong Buy

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