Lying again. If you like your generator inside, even you would succumb to the carbon monoxide. That's that lovely carbon byproduct you cherish so much.<quoted text>I post what I see; wind turbines spinning beyond the road going nowhere. That's progress?
I like generators kept indoors; I'm old fashioned.
Hey, brainless, swallow this:
General Motors called on Barack Obama and Congress to work together on climate change, saying the effort would be good for business.
GM, which makes the plug-in Chevy Volt, was the first of the big three car makers to sign on to a new push from the business world for greater action on global warming from Washington, the Climate Declaration.
Aside from GM, the effort was endorsed by household names such as Starbucks, Intel, and eBay, as well as a number of outdoor clothing manufacturers.
Before signing on to the Climate Declaration, GM had been pressing the Obama administration to adopt a national energy policy, promoting natural gas and renewables.
GM has also been working for energy-savings on its manufacturing line,. The company said it now operated two of the world's biggest solar power arrays.