This time, it's Willard's turn to bring the stupid. Not to be out-dumbed by such classics as Newt's "you can't put a gun rack in a Volt," or that you can't strap a deer to a Chevy Volt, Mitt Romney came up with his own ridiculous anti green car statement:
"We all like wind and solar, but you can't drive a car with a windmill on it."
No Mitt, that would be stupid. Much like driving a car with a dog on it.
Sticking to right-wing tradition, Newt Gingrich proudly mocked sience and alternative energy. In front of a small crowd, which incidentally is also a right-wing tradition, Newt seemed to use Rush Limbaugh logic while trying to make fun of the POTUS and his recent statements about the development of alternative fuel created from algae:
"I think this is a 'Saturday Night Live' skit. You don't often get presidential speeches that could literally be delivered on 'Saturday Night Live' and you wouldn't realize it was a fake. But presidents are supposed to, like, run the country today."
"Maybe we should, as an experiment, get some algae and go to a gas station, and you know, sort of the 'Barack Solution.' Would you like some algae instead of gasoline? This is the kind of stuff that's Cloud Cuckoo Land."
Newt, you shouldn't mock algae. It may some day be used to make your next wife.
They don't. Health insurance customers do.
Nothing about taxpayers funding birth control. Nothing.
Anyone who says otherwise is lying to you.
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