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Mitt Romney made some interesting energy statements in the first debate, but the one that’s gotten the most props for its epic zinger status was his claim that “half” of $90 billion dollars spent by the Obama administration on clean-energy projects...
So the consensus is that Romney won the debate last night. He did look sharp, but does that mean anything he said was more than empty rhetoric? Take the energy issue.
Renewable energy is the future, sure—but how much of the future could it possibly be? And how soon will that future, the one lined with towering wind turbines and studded with silicon solar arrays, arrive?