Obama Defense Dept. Spends $150 a Gallon for Algal Jet Fuel Rather Than $2.88 a Gallon for Conventional Fuel
Obama, 2008: : “Line by line, page by page. : Programs we don’t need, we should cut.”
Today: “Let’s totally buy bio jet fuel for 50 times what regular jet fuel costs, because global warming or something.”
Last month, a Government Accountability Office report found that the military was spending as much as $150 a gallon on alternative jet fuel derived from algal oil rather than $2.88 a gallon for conventional jet fuel.
“Why should the: Defense Department: be paying for solar panels? Why should defense be paying for biorefineries? Those are not defense items. We have a Department of Energy that’s supposed to be doing that stuff. The disarming of America is not just what he’s been doing in cuts or delays like the F-35s, but less obvious is what he’s puts in [the defense budget] that we’re spending: money: on that should be spent on defense as opposed to his agenda.
“Now, [the president’s] true to his agenda, and you may agree with it and that’s fine. I don’t,”: Mr. Inhofe: said.
Especially if you consider the Cloward-Piven strategy to be his true agenda.
This is just another way of breaking the back of America financially. : One green energy failure at a time.
Hat Tip: : Gateway Pundit
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Update: And once again, McQ beats me to the punch. Eh, well, this is an important story and my take
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