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Claud

Huntington, WV

#1 Oct 2, 2012
Looking forward to it.
Claud Raines

Hewett, WV

#2 Oct 3, 2012
So am I.
Claud

Charleston, WV

#3 Oct 3, 2012
Round one coming up.
Claud Raines

Hewett, WV

#4 Oct 3, 2012
People are afraid romney is a MorMon. Why not we already have had a Moron.
Claud

Charleston, WV

#5 Oct 3, 2012
Claud Raines wrote:
People are afraid romney is a MorMon. Why not we already have had a Moron.
That makes sense to me.
Claud Raines

Hewett, WV

#6 Oct 3, 2012
I didnt believe you about aliens being in this world till Obama got elected. Claud you were right all along.
clmnr

Bethesda, MD

#7 Oct 4, 2012
General concensus, Romney owned Obama. Maybe Obama needed his telepromter.
Claud Raines

Hewett, WV

#8 Oct 4, 2012
Obama showed what a buffoon he really is. The weird thing is his side tried to spin it as a victory.. go figure.
Hahaha

United States

#9 Oct 5, 2012
I don't know what happened with Obama, but I am not impressed with Mittens. He had to be coached to memorize his lines just like Sarah Palin did when she debated Biden, plus, Romney has a funny kind of wild-eyed manic quality about him that is a little unsettling. He shot his wad so to speak, that is the best you will hear out of him the rest of the election, repeating everything he said in the debate, but still no details on his big plan. The fact that he mentioned coal was okay, but he should have followed up with solar panel factories built on abandoned strip jobs, since, according to his own ads, there is "250 years" of coal here. I guess they care about their kids and grandkids paying off the national debt, the heck with the following generations?
Claud Raines

Hewett, WV

#10 Oct 5, 2012
Obama... One scary liar.
clmnr

United States

#11 Oct 5, 2012
Hahaha wrote:
I don't know what happened with Obama, but I am not impressed with Mittens. He had to be coached to memorize his lines just like Sarah Palin did when she debated Biden, plus, Romney has a funny kind of wild-eyed manic quality about him that is a little unsettling. He shot his wad so to speak, that is the best you will hear out of him the rest of the election, repeating everything he said in the debate, but still no details on his big plan. The fact that he mentioned coal was okay, but he should have followed up with solar panel factories built on abandoned strip jobs, since, according to his own ads, there is "250 years" of coal here. I guess they care about their kids and grandkids paying off the national debt, the heck with the following generations?
"Solar panel factories" why would someone mention it would be a good idea to build something that is not profitable in a capitalist economy? We need jobs and energy independence not pipe dreams that have no ROI.
Claud Raines

Hewett, WV

#12 Oct 5, 2012
Good point !
Claud

Scott Depot, WV

#13 Oct 5, 2012
I got a solar panel that keeps my battery on my mower charged up for free. I bought it, paid taxes on it. I like it. I think a solar panel factory could do good in Boone County if it was run right. Free power, I dig free power, I'm thinking about getting a Jim Baker solar generator myself. How could anybody argue against free power, stupidity would be my guess. By the way I am Claud. The one and original.
Hahaha

Oakvale, WV

#14 Oct 6, 2012
I agree with you Claud. Solar power is energy independence, and what else are we going to use when the 250 years of coal runs out? Might as well be starting on it now, creating jobs right along with it.
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clmnr

Charleston, WV

#17 Oct 6, 2012
Claud wrote:
<quoted text>My solar panel is paid for' and the battery,s on my lawn equipment gets a trickle charge for free, no electricity needed. Thats a good deal.
Cause the economics of a lawn mower battery are applicable to all variances.
Claud

Scott Depot, WV

#18 Oct 6, 2012
clmnr wrote:
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Cause the economics of a lawn mower battery are applicable to all variances.
I'm a believer in solar energy. Excluding the initial investment of buying your solar panels and lithium battery's, you have a free energy source. I'm for free energy, its economics, I did the math. The applications and variances very to the extent of an individuals desire to apply themselves to become more energy independent.
Claud Raines

Hewett, WV

#19 Oct 7, 2012
unless you were to go to afganistan and mine for lithium.
Claud

Scott Depot, WV

#20 Oct 7, 2012
Claud Raines wrote:
unless you were to go to afganistan and mine for lithium.
Or go to China and manufacture battery's.
Claud Raines

Hewett, WV

#21 Oct 8, 2012
why would i do that? They would make me have universal health care ..oh I forgot obama is trying to do that here. Venezuela her I come.. oil and socialism!
Claud

Scott Depot, WV

#22 Oct 9, 2012
Claud Raines wrote:
why would i do that? They would make me have universal health care ..oh I forgot obama is trying to do that here. Venezuela her I come.. oil and socialism!
I would suggest you take a solar generator and a first aid kit. Also a bucket of Jim Baker survival food and a water filter straw.

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