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Obamaloney: Is President Obama Full of It!

August 26, 2010

Is it just me. I am getting a strong sense that Obama is full of baloney, acts without thinking, or doest act at all. Since this is an energy site, let’s start off with his accomplishments in the realm of renewable energy and energy independence.

List of Obamaloney’s snafus:

1. American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) of 2009

Congress passed and the President has signed the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 into law. This massive $800 billion spending bill, being truly unprecedented in modern times, will drive new national strategies in renewable energy, smart grid, transmission, advanced vehicles, energy efficiency, and many other aspects of energy, environment, climate and sustainability that were at the heart of the 2008 Presidential election.

I may be sleep at the switch or somewhat ill informed, but where are the new jobs and competitive renewable energy technologies. Possibly the jobs are in China, where cheap labor and inexpensive wind turbines, solar panels and batteries are being made. With federal funds, some renewable energy related plants in the U.S. did start this year. Nevertheless, unless we find a way to be competitive, all that was done is spent money to make headline news that in the long-term will wind up in China.

The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reported on August 6, 2010: “Total nonfarm payroll employment declined by 131,000 in July, and the unemployment rate was unchanged at 9.5 percent, the Federal government employment fell, as 143,000 temporary workers hired for the decennial census completed their work. Private-sector payroll employment edged up by 71,000.”

Speaking of competiveness, the Obama Administration has been pushing China to take action on revaluing their currency. China has keep their currency undervalued in order to improve the export of goods and services. Joanne Allen reported ” Lawmakers urge action on China currency policy,” on August 4th that “A group of Senators raised concerns about China’s currency practices on Wednesday, urging the Obama administration to do more to combat “unfair trade” practices abroad. In a letter to U.S. President Barack Obama, 11 senators called for stronger action to level the playing field for U.S. businesses.”There is no doubt that the Chinese government is manipulating its currency to keep its value lower than it otherwise would be which gives its exports a significant price advantage over U.S. manufactured goods,” the senators wrote. “We are gravely concerned by the administration’s failure to address China’s currency practices and other predatory actions,” the letter said.” see http://tinyurl.com/barry-stevens29

An article by Frederic Frommer of the Associated Press that ran on August 26, 2010 in the Start- Telegram” Assessments of stimulus are overly optimistic, analysis shows,” concludes, see http://tinyurl.com/barry-stevens30:

Here is how the administration’s claims compare with the facts:

Renewable energy
The claim:
Thanks to the stimulus, the United States is on track to “doubling U.S. renewable energy generation capacity and U.S. renewable manufacturing capacity by 2012.”
The facts:
“While the stimulus has helped increase renewable energy, the fact that it is a one-time jolt makes it difficult to project that the growth will continue for the next couple years. ……….. the cash grant program for renewable energy projects “jump-started a lot of stuff. But there’s nothing beyond that.”
“………. the manufacturing claim reminded him of a story told in the old Soviet Union. A farmer tells a government official that this year’s crop will be 10 times as good as last year’s. The official thinks to himself, “Ten times zero is zero.”

Solar power costs
The claim:

“Government stimulus money will lead to “cutting the cost of solar power in half by 2015, putting it on par with the cost of retail electricity from the grid.”
The facts:
That projection assumes a huge payoff from stimulus spending on technology improvements in solar energy. Nelson called the prediction “highly unlikely,” unless there is a big increase in utility-scale solar power projects.”

High-speed rail
The claim:
“With $8 billion in funding, the Recovery Act is beginning to make high-speed rail a reality across the country.” Projects selected for funds represent “strategic investments” that will yield high-speed service or lay the groundwork for future service.”
The facts:
“But some of the projects getting stimulus money would primarily upgrade existing freight rail tracks so they could be used for faster passenger service, reaching speeds of up to 110 mph at least part of the time — well short of the speeds in other developed countries.”

Electric vehicles
The claim:
“The stimulus has helped produce “significant steps toward affordable electric cars that can drive 300 miles on a single charge, powered by $10 of clean electricity instead of $50 dollars of oil.”
The facts:
While strides are being made, this vision of the future rests on assumptions that many regard as overly optimistic. Even a White House task force on the auto industry’s recovery said while General Motors’ extended-range plug-in hybrid, the Volt, “holds promise, it will likely be too expensive to be commercially successful in the short term.”

Health records
The claim:
Stimulus spending is “a significant boost” to goals of converting to electronic health records, computerized prescriptions and remote treatment of patients in hard-to-reach locations.
The facts:
The effort to get doctors’ offices and hospitals using electronic medical records is in its earliest stages. People involved with the issue give the administration high marks for trying, but many do not expect President Barack Obama’s goal, getting all of America’s medical records computerized within five years, to be met.

2. Oil Spill

“President Obama summoned a bipartisan group of senators to the White House in late June to discuss his climate change legislation. When Tennessee Senator Lamar Alexander suggested that any such energy meeting should include a focus on the oil spill and BP, Obama responded: “that’s just your talking point” and refused to discuss the crisis.”

• Failure to Take Quick Action to Waive the Jones Act
• Failure to Take Quick Action to Accept International Assistance
• Failure to Take Quick Action to  Lift the Moratorium
• Failure to Take Quick Action to Release the S.S. A-Whale
• Failure to Take Quick Action to Remove State and Local Roadblocks to Help Cleanup
• Failure to Allow Sand Berm Dredging to Build Protective Sand Berms in Louisiana
• Failure to Take Quick Action To Waive Or Suspend EPA Regulations to Discharge Filtered Water Back Into the Gulf So They Can Continue to Collect Oil.
• Failure to Temporarily Loosen Coast Guard Inspections to Allow Barges to Continue With
• Failure to Hault Coast Guard Budget Cuts

Source: And So I Go: Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow, “Obama’s Oil Spill To-Do List,” by Brenda Bowers, June 30, 2010, see http://tinyurl.com/barry-stevens25

3. Climate Change Legislation

First and foremost, is Obama’s failure to understand and react accordingly to the real issues. He lacks the leadership to point the country in the right direction. The Climate Change legislation should be titled “Help Save America.” The immediate issue is not climate change rather it is pure dollar and sense issue. Simply stated, America needs to stop exporting dollars for foreign oil.

Obama needs to “Forget Politics and Think Economics” – Oil Independency Is Not a Climate Change and Global Warming issue. Its National Security.  Forget global warming, forget melting ice, forget rising seas, and forget smog-blanketed cities. Don’t forget we are paying for both sides of the war by helping to finance the enemy, while at the same time bearing the tremendous cost of the war to support their petro-oligarchs. Don’t forget that we are a debtor nation that is losing its political, economic, technical and manufacturing prowess.  It’s about us, humanity and our future, that we keep our dollars in the USA by getting off petroleum and utilize clean, abundant, and domestically-produced energy sources.  Only through these actions can we ensure our children’s children will have any measure of opportunity, which is rapidly drifting away.

The EIA reported that the U.S. imported an averaged 9.622 million barrels of crude oil per day in May 2010, see http://tinyurl.com/barry-stevens26

At a price of about 73.00 per barrel of crude oil, U.S. export of dollar for foreign oil translates to:
• $8 thousand per second
• $500 thousand per minute
• $29 million per hour
• $21 billion per month
• $256 billion per year

4. Mosque Controversy

Every American knows that freedom of religion is a fundamental right guaranteed by First Amendment of the Bill of Rights; “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the government for a redress of grievances.”

So why did Obama put on the cap and gown to publically teach a select few about this right. Of all places he made this statement  “at a White House celebration of Ramadan tonight in the company of representatives of several of the Nation’s most prominent Muslim Brotherhood front organizations, President Obama announced his strong support for one of their most immediate objectives: the construction of a mega-mosque and “cultural center” at Ground Zero.  In so doing, he publicly embraced the greatest tar-baby of his presidency.” http://tinyurl.com/barry-stevens27

There is no question about this guarantee, its absolute and irrevocable,. Nevertheless, one must question Obama’s wisdom in doing so at that event. Would Obama have made such an acclamation to the American people had the structure been a Christian Church, Jewish Synagogue, Buddhist and Hindu Temple?  With little brouhaha surrounding these places of worship, maybe it would not have been necessary to do so.

There again, it would not have enter into minds of any religious leaders to locate their place of worship so close to Ground Zero. No one wants to blame the actions of all for the actions of a few. But give me a break, this controversy seems self-ordained. What is the wisdom behind the Muslim leadership to even think of placing it there. Very strange!

Religious tolerance is a function of how that religion institutionalize the beliefs of life, liberty and purist of happiness. It’s been a very long time since I heard of a Christian, Jewish, Buddhist or Hindu suicide bomber.

5. Shirley Sherrod’s Firing

As a racial firestorm erupted last month, the White House buzzed with questions and concerns about the forced ouster of a black Agriculture Department employee. But no one stepped in to stop Secretary Tom Vilsack from pressuring Shirley Sherrod to resign, a decision administration officials from President Barack Obama on down now say was a mistake. The Huffington Post by Julie Pace, August 26, 2010, see http://tinyurl.com/barry-stevens28

CNN anchor Tony Harris asked Sherrod whether she felt she had been given a chance to tell her side of the story. She replied, “The administration, they were not interested in hearing the truth. No one wanted to hear the truth.”

Let’s Hear What You Have to Say!

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23 Comments leave one →
  1. August 27, 2010 9:30 AM

    Barry,

    Very enlightening and insightful post. Thanks for the point/counter-point approach laying out the facts of these issues. The baloney detector is hilarious! Thanks for sharing your knowledge on these issues.

    Best regards,
    Chris

  2. John Armstrong permalink
    August 27, 2010 10:11 AM

    Is Obama full of it – Renewable Energy of Not? Lawyers will tell you that you shouldn’t ask question where you don’t already know the answer. In this case many think they know the answer, but answers would raise the dander of some. To provide the true answer in this forum I think would be lighting the match that would eventually turn into a firestorm where responses would range from him being a socialist / communist to that claiming racism as the basis for answering this question.

    However, I will say that I have not seen any results in creating new jobs as a result of the stimulus package. I’ve been looking for a job the last year and the job market in east Texas is dead. If there are new jobs that have resulted from Obama’s stimulus package, I would certainly like to know where they are so that I may apply for some. To provide any other response is not “politically correct” in these days and times and the labels would certainly start flying around.

  3. John Gregson permalink
    August 28, 2010 3:42 AM

    Have any of you heard of Tony Blair and Gordon Brown, both previous Prime Minister’s of the UK. The UK was in a mess, when we finally managed to remove Labour from government. A treasury minister left a message, which he thought was funny. NO MONEY LEFT. Which is why the new government, is trying to spend less. Labour believed in BORROW and BORROW some more, with no concern on how to pay back. At the end of World War II, the £/$ exchange rate was about 4 to 1. Now about 1.60.

    Does this sound like the USA.

  4. August 28, 2010 3:58 AM

    I beleive I was very lucky, to be an apprentice in the sixties.

    In those days, you normally followed your father in the same firm which I did.

    The firm I am technical director, converts either food waste or municiple waste in what ever form into energy required.

    Last year I was invited to the second working, looking for a new feedstock for the Petro-Chemical industry for 2050.

  5. August 28, 2010 4:09 AM

    Experts or at least compenent people, should be in charge in each field. Let the politicians set the direction, which they think society should be going. Accept that every thing, can not be completed in a week.

  6. August 28, 2010 7:31 AM

    Comment posted in LinkedIn on this discussion.

    LinkedIn Groups
    Group: Clean Economy Network (formerly REBN)
    Discussion: Obamaloney: Is President Obama Full of It! – Renewable Energy or Not

    President ZERO is no hero !!!

    Posted by Alan Schaefer

  7. August 28, 2010 11:17 AM

    Comment posted in LinkedIn on this discussion.

    LinkedIn Groups
    Group: Global Renewable Energy Network (GReEN)

    Discussion: Obamaloney: Is President Obama Full of It! – Renewable Energy or Not

    I share some of your disappointment with Obama’s half-hearted pursuit of his campaign promises. some of this has been due to Republican obstruction, but even there he has given up too much ground before the battle has begun.

    Posted by Jonathan Allen

  8. David Pendergraft permalink
    August 28, 2010 11:22 AM

    Not too sure these are fair criticisms given the realities of DC. In this toxic political environment, it’s a miracle anything’s gotten done. IMHO, a healthy dose of pragmatism might benefit some folks that had unrealistic expectations over how much could be accomplished and how quickly. We’re talking about some pretty significant paradigm shifts that can likely only come about incrementally and over the course of much more than a scant year and a half. Not saying the leadership has been ideal or all it could be, but can’t we be a bit more fair?

  9. August 28, 2010 11:42 AM

    David,

    I voted for Obama as a court of last resort. Hillary had the stuff and experience to be an effective leader.

    Nevertheless, you raise many valid points, but do feel Obama is as much the cause of the toxic environment than many other potential causes. There has always been bipartisan in our government, but true leaders going back to Washington and Lincoln and many Presidents in the 20th Century have been able to muster support for the national good. Obama lacks many of qualities that make a true leader. He is the person-on-top, seems like he likes the crown more than the U.S.A.

    Barry

  10. August 29, 2010 1:41 AM

    good post..great share, great article..love to read it

  11. Gary permalink
    August 29, 2010 10:48 AM

    Referencing #4, the mosque.
    There was a smallish Greek Orthodox church that was crushed by the falling debris of the towers. There is a lot of desire for the church to be rebuilt but the government entities have refused to permit the rebuilding.
    http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2010/08/18/leaders-disappointed-government-declares-deal-rebuild-ground-zero-church-dead/

    From the following link:
    “By late 2008, St. Nicholas and the Port Authority had reached a tentative agreement for the church to give up its 1,200-square-foot site at 155 Cedar St. in exchange for 130 Liberty St., a bigger site half a block away.
    Six months later, the Port Authority said negotiations ended because St. Nicholas demanded too much money and approval power over a vehicle security center beneath the sites. Port Authority spokesman Stephen Sigmund said the church can return to its original location.”
    http://newsok.com/future-of-orthodox-church-destroyed-during-911-attacks-in-doubt/article/3489377

    Is this deadlock over property value or simply not wanting a Christian church so close to the Trade Center site ?

    Zoom in on the “A” (the new proposed site) and look almost directly left to the corner of World Trade Center 4 (old site) in the next link.
    You’ll see that neither site is that close to the hole in the ground that used to be the Twin Towers.
    http://maps.google.com/maps?q=130+Liberty+St+ny,+ny&um=1&ie=UTF-8&hq=&hnear=130+Liberty+St,+New+York,+NY+10006&gl=us&ei=OH96TJPLDcX_lgeC2LXsCw&sa=X&oi=geocode_result&ct=image&resnum=1&ved=0CBQQ8gEwAA

  12. August 29, 2010 11:47 AM

    Comment posted in LinkedIn on this discussion.

    LinkedIn Groups
    Group: CleanTech
    Discussion: Obamaloney: Is President Obama Full of It! – Renewable Energy or Not

    Referencing #4, the mosque.
    There was a smallish Greek Orthodox church that was crushed by the falling debris of the towers. There is a lot of desire for the church to be rebuilt but the government entities have refused to permit the rebuilding.
    http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2010/08/18/leaders-disappointed-government-declares-deal-rebuild-ground-zero-church-dead/

    From the following link:
    “By late 2008, St. Nicholas and the Port Authority had reached a tentative agreement for the church to give up its 1,200-square-foot site at 155 Cedar St. in exchange for 130 Liberty St., a bigger site half a block away.
    Six months later, the Port Authority said negotiations ended because St. Nicholas demanded too much money and approval power over a vehicle security center beneath the sites. Port Authority spokesman Stephen Sigmund said the church can return to its original location.”
    http://newsok.com/future-of-orthodox-church-destroyed-during-911-attacks-in-doubt/article/3489377

    Is this deadlock over property value or simply not wanting a Christian church so close to the Trade Center site ?

    Zoom in on the “A” (the new proposed site) and look almost directly left to the corner of World Trade Center 4 (old site) in the next link.
    You’ll see that neither site is that close to the hole in the ground that used to be the Twin Towers.
    http://maps.google.com/maps?q=130+Liberty+St+ny,+ny&um=1&ie=UTF-8&hq=&hnear=130+Liberty+St,+New+York,+NY+10006&gl=us&ei=OH96TJPLDcX_lgeC2LXsCw&sa=X&oi=geocode_result&ct=image&resnum=1&ved=0CBQQ8gEwAA

    Posted by Gary Norton

  13. August 29, 2010 11:56 AM

    Gary,
    I was unaward of the that. You need to post that in as many sites and blogs as possibe. Also, you may want to send it as a Letter to the Editor to The New York Times?
    Barry

  14. August 29, 2010 11:59 AM

    Comment posted in LinkedIn on this discussion.

    LinkedIn Groups
    Group: Global Renewable Energy Network (GReEN)
    Discussion: Obamaloney: Is President Obama Full of It! – Renewable Energy or Not

    I think it’s a bit harsh to blame any policy for failing to deliver instant strides forward in technology. I’m not an expert in anything but solar, but I think a halving of solar costs by 2015 is entirely plausible – and while a lot of that is just the international experience curve for crystalline silicon (driven by factors much bigger than American policy), the loan guarantees for a couple of interesting technologies are quite special, in an international context. They offer a pathway to scale for these innovations, which is not yet available anywhere else. And of course it takes time to select those innovations and roll out the funding – most likely if they had been declared instantly, they would have been poorly thought out.

    Posted by Jenny Chase

  15. August 31, 2010 7:16 PM

    Comment posted in LinkedIn on this discussion.

    LinkedIn Groups
    Group: Clean Economy Network (formerly REBN)
    Discussion: Obamaloney: Is President Obama Full of It! – Renewable Energy or Not

    Like old man McCain and Sarah “I can see Russia from my front porch” had any better ideas? I think it was “Drill Baby Drill” Please the Obama administration has made the US Government the biggest lenders and financial supporters of alternative energy. You can’t turn the economy around in 1 year, one that has taken 30 years of Reaganomics to decline to the point it’s in. 8 years of Bush equalled a net zero of job creation. In 9 months the economy has gone from bleeding 700,000 jobs a month to being in the positive. Quit watching Faux News.

    Posted by Karen Bordner, MBA

  16. September 1, 2010 10:24 AM

    Thank you very much my friend, you are very kind in sharing this useful information with? others…. he details were such a blessing, thanks.

  17. Tim Warriner permalink
    September 3, 2010 10:47 AM

    why is it that I read businesses are banking large profits but employment is not moving? at my workplace, many jobs have been cut but the work did not go away – it was distributed to the “survivors.” Heavy work/travel loads causing employee burn-out – stress – divorce and arguably, even deaths. Isn’t it time for business to put some blood in this recovery – spend some of that money on US workers.. I’m just askin’…

  18. September 9, 2010 1:45 AM

    Comment posted in LinkedIn on this discussion.

    Michael Hawes • Karen,
    I liked your post. I’ve been amazed and disappointed at the amount of right-wing nonsense that is infesting all the Linked In “Clean Tech” groups. Looks like they have infiltrated all these green groups and are now spreading the Faux News gospel full-tilt. Thank you for your contribution to setting the record straight.

  19. September 9, 2010 1:46 AM

    Comment posted in LinkedIn on this discussion.

    Gary Phillips • Touche. As a provider of renewable energy products on a consumer level and in diar need of funding, I can tell you from experience that our Muslim president (note the caps) has ensured that the new mega – mosque will get more of the stimulis money than I will. I have tried and run in to nothing but road blocks. Stimulis Smimulus, it’s a farce. I for one would like to see an American wrapped in exposives enter that mosque and be a martyr. Wonder if that would offend anyone, Hilary?
    Signed
    A Patriot and someone who voted conservative.

  20. September 9, 2010 1:46 AM

    Comment posted in LinkedIn on this discussion.

    Karen Bordner, MBA • Gary,

    I thought this was a intellectual site to discuss energy. You have issues beyond that of maybe using spell check before you post. If you think he’s a Muslim so be it and I have to ask, “who cares what he is?” He’s had more progressive ideas and completed more in one year than any President in history. He’d have completed more if the party of “NO” hadn’t been in the way. Go ahead continue to vote conservative and wonder where your small business funding is. Gone to the tax breaks for the ultra wealthy and the multi-nationals.

    I debate on fact not fiction or emotions. And in my line of work and in my personal life I deal with all people. May I ask, where was your funding during the Bush years? Get any? Would you sell your products to a Muslim or an assumed Muslim based on their name? Remember the icon of the Right Ronnie Reagan took the solar panels off the White House as his first act as President. If we would have followed Carter’s lead on energy as a country we wouldn’t be in the situation we are now.

    I also grew up in a mid-sized midwestern town that had a Mosque and not one negative thing has ever come from it. I also lived in the Detroit area for many years which has the largest Arabic population outside of the Middle East and again, no issues. Maybe learning, understanding, and acceptance have something to do with my perspective. We all live in this world and have to tolerate the good and the bad in each other.

    There are extremists in every religion; the largest terrorist event in our country’s history pre- 9/11 was the attack by Timothy McVeigh a Christian right-wing militia member who blew up the Alfred P Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City. Should we ban churches from being built around that building? Catholic priests have had a high rate of incidents involving under-age children, should be ban Catholic Churches from being near schools and playgrounds? How much fear and anger do you allow to be brought into your life from outside media, Gary? Seems a lot.

    Just what suggestions did your side have? More tax breaks… seems that’s what got our country into a deficit thanks to George Bush. Remember he inherited a surplus. Your side had the country for 8 years and what happened? De-regulation, lack of funding and oversight on Wall Street during Bush. Where did that get us? Short memories. Same with the Mosque

    For anyone wondering where the fear mongering about the Mosque came from I suggest they check out the link below: And no Gary, Obama has nothing to do with it, but the NY Post & Fox News sure do.

    http://www.salon.com/news/politics/war_room/2010/08/16/ground_zero_mosque_origins

    Now that we understand where the fear is being manufactured from, can we get back to discussing energy?

  21. September 9, 2010 8:45 AM

    Comment posted in LinkedIn on this discussion.

    LinkedIn Groups
    • Group: Clean Economy Network
    • Discussion: Obamaloney: Is President Obama Full of It! – Renewable Energy or Not
    Karen,
    I liked your post. I’ve been amazed and disappointed at the amount of right-wing nonsense that is infesting all the Linked In “Clean Tech” groups. Looks like they have infiltrated all these green groups and are now spreading the Faux News gospel full-tilt. Thank you for your contribution to setting the record straight.
    Posted by Michael Hawes

  22. September 18, 2010 9:15 AM

    I have always lived in Thors house, Thurso Caithness is named for this thunderous God and Valhalla next energy centre to the right has some more interesting fusion fuels beyond Thorium, but I am rather taken by Thorium as its an alternative to the current energy mire we use everyday as unsustainable fossil fuels. If the mineable Thorium which exists were to be used as an energy source its calculated that there is enough for every person on the planet now to have 120kWh/d for 60.000years. Similarly deuterium half live a liveable 12 years at 33g per ton of sea water has a mind boggling 100000kWh per gram, enough the same number of people and last a million years into our dotage at a staggering 30000kWh per person which is 100 times the current average Americans consumption. How’s that for hogging the outside lane in a big auto. Really the question has to be asked why we are still in the fossil age when clearly we should be in the fission or fusion nuclear age. Anyway I am green and like tidal power too, and because outside my door is one of the biggest maelstroms in the world “the Pentland Firth” there should be enough energy to power half of Europe according to George Bernard Shaw. Top. Figures gleaned from Prof D. Mackay- Sustainable Energy, and of course there is tritium angle which I forgot to add

  23. September 18, 2010 9:29 AM

    I have been quickly reading through from the start of the comments and I noticed that Obama has been taking a certain amount of flack from you guys, who I guess are mostly US citizens, for me a Scot, whats interesting about the Obama presidency is that that compared with previous administrations where I would be seeing the US president embroiled in important stuff, or even the mediocre politics of world domination, for all practical purposes he has disappeared of the side of the planet, is it worth putting out a SOS for him or will he turn up on a talent show sometime soon? I mean, its just not good form to lose a president, especially one who broke our hearts by offering so much new hope…aaaaah well, back to Susan Boyle, the pope likes her, ain’t that somethin’.

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