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Saturday, May 12, 2012

Keith Judd Has 'em Running Scared

Now why do you suppose Barack Obama and his army of really smart political handlers have suddenly decided to welcome coal - COAL! - into their aggregation of energy sources that he intends to cultivate in order to bring relief to our energy-starved land?

We'll make it a multiple choice question.  Choose the correct answer below:
  1. Keith Judd
  2. Keith Judd
  3. Keith Judd
  4. All of the Above
To what am I referring?

Doug Powers explains, in "Obama makes ‘clean coal’ a more prominent energy strategy":
Being a US president on the primary ballot in a coal producing state and losing ten counties and 40 percent of the overall vote to a challenger who’s in a federal prison 1,200 miles away will prompt you to make some messaging tweaks.

From The Hill:

The Obama campaign added a section on “clean coal” to its website this week after House Republicans alleged that the president’s “all-of-the-above” energy plan neglected the fossil fuel.

President Obama has set a 10-year goal to develop and deploy cost-effective clean coal technology,” the website now says.

The Recovery Act invested substantially in carbon capture and sequestration research, including 22 projects across four different areas of carbon capture-and-storage research and development.”

As of Wednesday, the website did not include “clean coal” in a graphic outlining the president’s much-touted “all-of-the-above” energy plan. The graphic mentions oil, natural gas, biofuels, wind, solar and nuclear.

Asked about the change, Obama campaign spokesman Ben LaBolt said “clean coal” has “been an essential part of the president’s ... [blah blah blah] [link]
Sure.

And Keith Judd, jailed felon in Texas, the Democrat who came within a hair of whipping our Democrat President in a Democratic primary had nothing to do with Obama's sudden change of heart about coal.

Barack Obama changing his mind about homosexuals and coal on the same day.  Odd.

The last time he did that kind of thing ...

... there was an election coming up.

Hmmm.