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Hägar
2012-10-23 12:07:46 EST
De-regulation, the mystic act of Federal intervention that is supposed to
make life easier, better and cheaper for us, the
poor taxpaying saps, has once again backfired in NY.

http://www.sfgate.com/business/energy/article/NY-reviews-higher-energy-costs-after-deregulation-3962400.php

The old adage: "I'm from the Government and I'm here to help"
has spawned successes such as the US Post Office and that
"never on time" Amtrak fiasco, which make train travel (the
Federal Government Version) twice as expensive as air travel
(the civilian version of locomotion).

Now, by their intervention in the greedy "Enron" types practices,
all subscribers to these Federal brainfartz and paying the piper.

When are we going to learn that there is no free lunch ....
especially not when the Feds have a hand in it ...



Brad Guth
2012-10-23 14:15:11 EST
On Oct 23, 9:07 am, "H gar" <hs...@yahoo.com> wrote:
> De-regulation, the mystic act of Federal intervention that is supposed to
> make life easier, better and cheaper for us, the
> poor taxpaying saps, has once again backfired in NY.
>
> http://www.sfgate.com/business/energy/article/NY-reviews-higher-energ...
>
> The old adage: "I'm from the Government and I'm here to help"
> has spawned successes such as the US Post Office and that
> "never on time" Amtrak fiasco, which make train travel (the
> Federal Government Version) twice as expensive as air travel
> (the civilian version of locomotion).
>
> Now, by their intervention in the greedy "Enron" types practices,
> all subscribers to these Federal brainfartz and paying the piper.
>
> When are we going to learn that there is no free lunch ....
> especially not when the Feds have a hand in it ...

But your very own ZNR approved mafia union took the fullest advantage
of us, and it was all because of federal deregulation that allowed
utilities as run by union workers like yourself, to operate as rogue
energy pirates, as to act irresponsibly and to pass along all of their
corporate and union greed along with their mistakes as representing
their normal energy consumer's cost of doing business.

Ignoring the common sense of reliable energy generation and its
distribution infrastructure of basic load capacity necessities and its
maintenance until it either overloads and/or blows up, then using that
highly predictable outcome to justify their much higher energy rates
so that they could pay the likes of Hagar roughly four times what he's
worth, as well as adding those ENRON insiders as for-profit market
speculators and extortionists didn't exactly help, unless of course
your union had their guys and gals working on behalf of them ENRON
skulduggery types that which at the time you obviously had no problems
with, as long as they didn't get caught.

Obviously the very last thing you'd want to see happen is any private
and/or federally operated collective of thorium fueled reactors and a
four fold improvement in the national energy grid capacity so as to
better share and balance everything for the greater efficiency plus
failsafe good and that of its greatly reduced cost.

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Hägar
2012-10-23 14:48:35 EST

"Brad Guth" <bradguth@gmail.com> wrote in message
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On Oct 23, 9:07 am, "H gar" <hs...@yahoo.com> wrote:
> De-regulation, the mystic act of Federal intervention that is supposed to
> make life easier, better and cheaper for us, the
> poor taxpaying saps, has once again backfired in NY.
>
> http://www.sfgate.com/business/energy/article/NY-reviews-higher-energ...
>
> The old adage: "I'm from the Government and I'm here to help"
> has spawned successes such as the US Post Office and that
> "never on time" Amtrak fiasco, which make train travel (the
> Federal Government Version) twice as expensive as air travel
> (the civilian version of locomotion).
>
> Now, by their intervention in the greedy "Enron" types practices,
> all subscribers to these Federal brainfartz and paying the piper.
>
> When are we going to learn that there is no free lunch ....
> especially not when the Feds have a hand in it ...

But your very own ZNR approved mafia union took the fullest advantage
of us, and it was all because of federal deregulation that allowed
utilities as run by union workers like yourself, to operate as rogue
energy pirates, as to act irresponsibly and to pass along all of their
corporate and union greed along with their mistakes as representing
their normal energy consumer's cost of doing business.

Ignoring the common sense of reliable energy generation and its
distribution infrastructure of basic load capacity necessities and its
maintenance until it either overloads and/or blows up, then using that
highly predictable outcome to justify their much higher energy rates
so that they could pay the likes of Hagar roughly four times what he's
worth, as well as adding those ENRON insiders as for-profit market
speculators and extortionists didn't exactly help, unless of course
your union had their guys and gals working on behalf of them ENRON
skulduggery types that which at the time you obviously had no problems
with, as long as they didn't get caught.

Obviously the very last thing you'd want to see happen is any private
and/or federally operated collective of thorium fueled reactors and a
four fold improvement in the national energy grid capacity so as to
better share and balance everything for the greater efficiency plus
failsafe good and that of its greatly reduced cost.


*** If Thorium Fuel Reactors weren't something you pulled out of your sorry
ass, and were fission-level cost effective, I'd have no problem with them,
as long as the Government has no hand in it. But why not try Fusion
Reactors ... the World's oceans are full of fuel.

Secondly, the National Power Grid does need overhauling, but when the
Federal Government get involved, which it'll force its way into the fray, it
will spell the end of cost effective power transmission, because the entire
effort will be staffed by union goons (see Obama Motors, aka GM),
un-productive Federal Hacks and other useless human garbage left over from
the Post Office and Amtrak and run by appointees of Obama level bureaucratic
hacks
(Napolitano, Holder etc) who are as dumb as the day id long.

So, if efficiency is your goal, compare the Post Office (yes GuthBall, it is
still run and dominated by the Feds) and its cost, service and efficiency to
that of, say, FedEx or UPS.

But apart from all the above, the fucking tree-hugging moronic Liberals will
have coordinated shit-fits over new steel towers and power lines polluting
their pristine wilderness.

You are a fucking moron, GuthBall.
But, just like a monkey could hypothetically type the Declaration of
Independence in a million years by hacking away at a typewriter, so will you
eventually come up with something that will make sense. Unfortunately, none
of us will live long enough to see it ...



Brad Guth
2012-10-23 15:19:31 EST
On Oct 23, 11:48 am, "H gar" <hs...@yahoo.com> wrote:
> "Brad Guth" <bradg...@gmail.com> wrote in message
>
> news:f3ab10cf-f956-4354-bbc1-aaa8b743e261@3g2000yqn.googlegroups.com...
> On Oct 23, 9:07 am, "H gar" <hs...@yahoo.com> wrote:
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
> > De-regulation, the mystic act of Federal intervention that is supposed to
> > make life easier, better and cheaper for us, the
> > poor taxpaying saps, has once again backfired in NY.
>
> >http://www.sfgate.com/business/energy/article/NY-reviews-higher-energ...
>
> > The old adage: "I'm from the Government and I'm here to help"
> > has spawned successes such as the US Post Office and that
> > "never on time" Amtrak fiasco, which make train travel (the
> > Federal Government Version) twice as expensive as air travel
> > (the civilian version of locomotion).
>
> > Now, by their intervention in the greedy "Enron" types practices,
> > all subscribers to these Federal brainfartz and paying the piper.
>
> > When are we going to learn that there is no free lunch ....
> > especially not when the Feds have a hand in it ...
>
> But your very own ZNR approved mafia union took the fullest advantage
> of us, and it was all because of federal deregulation that allowed
> utilities as run by union workers like yourself, to operate as rogue
> energy pirates, as to act irresponsibly and to pass along all of their
> corporate and union greed along with their mistakes as representing
> their normal energy consumer's cost of doing business.
>
> Ignoring the common sense of reliable energy generation and its
> distribution infrastructure of basic load capacity necessities and its
> maintenance until it either overloads and/or blows up, then using that
> highly predictable outcome to justify their much higher energy rates
> so that they could pay the likes of Hagar roughly four times what he's
> worth, as well as adding those ENRON insiders as for-profit market
> speculators and extortionists didn't exactly help, unless of course
> your union had their guys and gals working on behalf of them ENRON
> skulduggery types that which at the time you obviously had no problems
> with, as long as they didn't get caught.
>
> Obviously the very last thing you'd want to see happen is any private
> and/or federally operated collective of thorium fueled reactors and a
> four fold improvement in the national energy grid capacity so as to
> better share and balance everything for the greater efficiency plus
> failsafe good and that of its greatly reduced cost.
>
> *** If Thorium Fuel Reactors weren't something you pulled out of your sorry
> ass, and were fission-level cost effective, I'd have no problem with them,
> as long as the Government has no hand in it.  But why not try Fusion
> Reactors ... the World's oceans are full of fuel.
>
> Secondly, the National Power Grid does need overhauling, but when the
> Federal Government get involved, which it'll force its way into the fray, it
> will spell the end of cost effective power transmission, because the entire
> effort will be staffed by union goons (see Obama Motors, aka GM),
> un-productive Federal Hacks and other useless human garbage left over from
> the Post Office and Amtrak and run by appointees of Obama level bureaucratic
> hacks
> (Napolitano, Holder etc) who are as dumb as the day id long.
>
> So, if efficiency is your goal, compare the Post Office (yes GuthBall, it is
> still run and dominated by the Feds) and its cost, service and efficiency to
> that of, say, FedEx or UPS.
>
> But apart from all the above, the fucking tree-hugging moronic Liberals will
> have coordinated shit-fits over new steel towers and power lines polluting
> their pristine wilderness.
>
> You are a fucking moron, GuthBall.
> But, just like a monkey could hypothetically type the Declaration of
> Independence in a million years by hacking away at a typewriter, so will you
> eventually come up with something that will make sense.  Unfortunately, none
> of us will live long enough to see it ...

You can't blame others for what your generation and the one of mafia
union goons before did to us. It was your generation and that of your
parents and grandparents that get to take all the blame for what
President BHO had to put up with, or risk getting whacked like your
guys did to JFK. That's right, I'm holding you and others of your
kind personally responsible for the premature death of JFK.

Hägar
2012-10-23 15:33:06 EST

"Brad Guth" <bradguth@gmail.com> wrote in message
news:9e73a468-f4b4-4d89-aecf-2b3a8ef76cd6@n16g2000yqi.googlegroups.com...
On Oct 23, 11:48 am, "H gar" <hs...@yahoo.com> wrote:
> "Brad Guth" <bradg...@gmail.com> wrote in message
>
> news:f3ab10cf-f956-4354-bbc1-aaa8b743e261@3g2000yqn.googlegroups.com...
> On Oct 23, 9:07 am, "H gar" <hs...@yahoo.com> wrote:
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
> > De-regulation, the mystic act of Federal intervention that is supposed
> > to
> > make life easier, better and cheaper for us, the
> > poor taxpaying saps, has once again backfired in NY.
>
> >http://www.sfgate.com/business/energy/article/NY-reviews-higher-energ...
>
> > The old adage: "I'm from the Government and I'm here to help"
> > has spawned successes such as the US Post Office and that
> > "never on time" Amtrak fiasco, which make train travel (the
> > Federal Government Version) twice as expensive as air travel
> > (the civilian version of locomotion).
>
> > Now, by their intervention in the greedy "Enron" types practices,
> > all subscribers to these Federal brainfartz and paying the piper.
>
> > When are we going to learn that there is no free lunch ....
> > especially not when the Feds have a hand in it ...
>
> But your very own ZNR approved mafia union took the fullest advantage
> of us, and it was all because of federal deregulation that allowed
> utilities as run by union workers like yourself, to operate as rogue
> energy pirates, as to act irresponsibly and to pass along all of their
> corporate and union greed along with their mistakes as representing
> their normal energy consumer's cost of doing business.
>
> Ignoring the common sense of reliable energy generation and its
> distribution infrastructure of basic load capacity necessities and its
> maintenance until it either overloads and/or blows up, then using that
> highly predictable outcome to justify their much higher energy rates
> so that they could pay the likes of Hagar roughly four times what he's
> worth, as well as adding those ENRON insiders as for-profit market
> speculators and extortionists didn't exactly help, unless of course
> your union had their guys and gals working on behalf of them ENRON
> skulduggery types that which at the time you obviously had no problems
> with, as long as they didn't get caught.
>
> Obviously the very last thing you'd want to see happen is any private
> and/or federally operated collective of thorium fueled reactors and a
> four fold improvement in the national energy grid capacity so as to
> better share and balance everything for the greater efficiency plus
> failsafe good and that of its greatly reduced cost.
>
> *** If Thorium Fuel Reactors weren't something you pulled out of your
> sorry
> ass, and were fission-level cost effective, I'd have no problem with them,
> as long as the Government has no hand in it. But why not try Fusion
> Reactors ... the World's oceans are full of fuel.
>
> Secondly, the National Power Grid does need overhauling, but when the
> Federal Government get involved, which it'll force its way into the fray,
> it
> will spell the end of cost effective power transmission, because the
> entire
> effort will be staffed by union goons (see Obama Motors, aka GM),
> un-productive Federal Hacks and other useless human garbage left over from
> the Post Office and Amtrak and run by appointees of Obama level
> bureaucratic
> hacks
> (Napolitano, Holder etc) who are as dumb as the day id long.
>
> So, if efficiency is your goal, compare the Post Office (yes GuthBall, it
> is
> still run and dominated by the Feds) and its cost, service and efficiency
> to
> that of, say, FedEx or UPS.
>
> But apart from all the above, the fucking tree-hugging moronic Liberals
> will
> have coordinated shit-fits over new steel towers and power lines polluting
> their pristine wilderness.
>
> You are a fucking moron, GuthBall.
> But, just like a monkey could hypothetically type the Declaration of
> Independence in a million years by hacking away at a typewriter, so will
> you
> eventually come up with something that will make sense. Unfortunately,
> none
> of us will live long enough to see it ...

You can't blame others for what your generation and the one of mafia
union goons before did to us. It was your generation and that of your
parents and grandparents that get to take all the blame for what
President BHO had to put up with, or risk getting whacked like your
guys did to JFK. That's right, I'm holding you and others of your
kind personally responsible for the premature death of JFK.


*** Good for you, dipshit. JFK would have been just another Liberal Loser,
like Obama is, if it weren't for the fact that getting
bumped off made a martyr of him. The only good thing he ever
did was getting us to the Moon, but our present Negroid pretty much cut all
NASA funds in order to promote friendships with Muslim terrorists. Other
than that he humped everything that
wore a skirt, with the overflow going to that other Kennedy bleeding heart
dipshit Bobby, who also met his well deserved
waterloo.

Republicans have always been anti union, since they are the breeding ground
for socialism. However, the unions figured out if they vote for Liberal
Politicians, they get cushy retirement, pensions and other benefits, while
the greedy Liberal politico pigs get re-elected and another chance to double
the deficits of their respective State and the Country.



Brad Guth
2012-10-23 17:11:16 EST
On Oct 23, 12:33 pm, "H gar" <hs...@yahoo.com> wrote:
> "Brad Guth" <bradg...@gmail.com> wrote in message
>
> news:9e73a468-f4b4-4d89-aecf-2b3a8ef76cd6@n16g2000yqi.googlegroups.com...
> On Oct 23, 11:48 am, "H gar" <hs...@yahoo.com> wrote:
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
> > "Brad Guth" <bradg...@gmail.com> wrote in message
>
> >news:f3ab10cf-f956-4354-bbc1-aaa8b743e261@3g2000yqn.googlegroups.com...
> > On Oct 23, 9:07 am, "H gar" <hs...@yahoo.com> wrote:
>
> > > De-regulation, the mystic act of Federal intervention that is supposed
> > > to
> > > make life easier, better and cheaper for us, the
> > > poor taxpaying saps, has once again backfired in NY.
>
> > >http://www.sfgate.com/business/energy/article/NY-reviews-higher-energ...
>
> > > The old adage: "I'm from the Government and I'm here to help"
> > > has spawned successes such as the US Post Office and that
> > > "never on time" Amtrak fiasco, which make train travel (the
> > > Federal Government Version) twice as expensive as air travel
> > > (the civilian version of locomotion).
>
> > > Now, by their intervention in the greedy "Enron" types practices,
> > > all subscribers to these Federal brainfartz and paying the piper.
>
> > > When are we going to learn that there is no free lunch ....
> > > especially not when the Feds have a hand in it ...
>
> > But your very own ZNR approved mafia union took the fullest advantage
> > of us, and it was all because of federal deregulation that allowed
> > utilities as run by union workers like yourself, to operate as rogue
> > energy pirates, as to act irresponsibly and to pass along all of their
> > corporate and union greed along with their mistakes as representing
> > their normal energy consumer's cost of doing business.
>
> > Ignoring the common sense of reliable energy generation and its
> > distribution infrastructure of basic load capacity necessities and its
> > maintenance until it either overloads and/or blows up, then using that
> > highly predictable outcome to justify their much higher energy rates
> > so that they could pay the likes of Hagar roughly four times what he's
> > worth, as well as adding those ENRON insiders as for-profit market
> > speculators and extortionists didn't exactly help, unless of course
> > your union had their guys and gals working on behalf of them ENRON
> > skulduggery types that which at the time you obviously had no problems
> > with, as long as they didn't get caught.
>
> > Obviously the very last thing you'd want to see happen is any private
> > and/or federally operated collective of thorium fueled reactors and a
> > four fold improvement in the national energy grid capacity so as to
> > better share and balance everything for the greater efficiency plus
> > failsafe good and that of its greatly reduced cost.
>
> > *** If Thorium Fuel Reactors weren't something you pulled out of your
> > sorry
> > ass, and were fission-level cost effective, I'd have no problem with them,
> > as long as the Government has no hand in it. But why not try Fusion
> > Reactors ... the World's oceans are full of fuel.
>
> > Secondly, the National Power Grid does need overhauling, but when the
> > Federal Government get involved, which it'll force its way into the fray,
> > it
> > will spell the end of cost effective power transmission, because the
> > entire
> > effort will be staffed by union goons (see Obama Motors, aka GM),
> > un-productive Federal Hacks and other useless human garbage left over from
> > the Post Office and Amtrak and run by appointees of Obama level
> > bureaucratic
> > hacks
> > (Napolitano, Holder etc) who are as dumb as the day id long.
>
> > So, if efficiency is your goal, compare the Post Office (yes GuthBall, it
> > is
> > still run and dominated by the Feds) and its cost, service and efficiency
> > to
> > that of, say, FedEx or UPS.
>
> > But apart from all the above, the fucking tree-hugging moronic Liberals
> > will
> > have coordinated shit-fits over new steel towers and power lines polluting
> > their pristine wilderness.
>
> > You are a fucking moron, GuthBall.
> > But, just like a monkey could hypothetically type the Declaration of
> > Independence in a million years by hacking away at a typewriter, so will
> > you
> > eventually come up with something that will make sense. Unfortunately,
> > none
> > of us will live long enough to see it ...
>
> You can't blame others for what your generation and the one of mafia
> union goons before did to us.  It was your generation and that of your
> parents and grandparents that get to take all the blame for what
> President BHO had to put up with, or risk getting whacked like your
> guys did to JFK.  That's right, I'm holding you and others of your
> kind personally responsible for the premature death of JFK.
>
> *** Good for you, dipshit. JFK would have been just another Liberal Loser,
> like Obama is, if it weren't for the fact that getting
> bumped off made a martyr of him.  The only good thing he ever
> did was getting us to the Moon,  but our present Negroid pretty much cut all
> NASA funds in order to promote friendships with Muslim terrorists. Other
> than that he humped everything that
> wore a skirt, with the overflow going to that other Kennedy bleeding heart
> dipshit Bobby, who also met his well deserved
> waterloo.
>
> Republicans have always been anti union, since they are the breeding ground
> for socialism.  However, the unions figured out if they vote for Liberal
> Politicians, they get cushy retirement, pensions and other benefits, while
> the greedy Liberal politico pigs get re-elected and another chance to double
> the deficits of their respective State and the Country.

Putting the Amish or Mennonites in charge of running our army corps of
engineers, as well as adding energy production and its distribution to
their responsibilities would help to resolve most of our spendy and
dysfunctional problems, plus otherwise consolidating government
agencies down to a dull roar instead of having dozens of random
happenstance agencies each doing their own damn thing without a speck
of remorse (including military services boiled down to having two or
at most three instead of the god-awful 5+ mess we currently have)
would easily cut our federal spending by 25% without depriving us of
any necessary services or vital protection that's mostly needed to
defend us from the likes of ZNR rednecks and FUD-masters like yourself
that would gladly do whatever it takes for creating yet another 9/11
or starting WW3.

The National Guard, Customs, Boarder Patrol and Coast Guard need to
become consolidated as one collective agency that shares its expertise
of training, investigative data, supply inventory, equipment and
logistics.

In other words, clearly you and others of your always bullying kind
seem to suck and blow in every which-way possible, and then some,
because no excessive amount of public funded government or unregulated
corporations is ever big enough nor corrupted enough to suit your way
of doing stuff that everyone else of the lower 99.9% has to pay dearly
for.

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Hägar
2012-10-24 10:02:59 EST

"Brad Guth" <bradguth@gmail.com> wrote in message
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On Oct 23, 12:33 pm, "H gar" <hs...@yahoo.com> wrote:
> "Brad Guth" <bradg...@gmail.com> wrote in message

< snipperooney >

The National Guard, Customs, Boarder Patrol and

*** "Boarder Patrol" ??? Just like you Liberals, wanting to
patrol Boarding Houses ... or is it just another fine example
of GuthBall's wasted years in Grammar School ???


Coast Guard need to become consolidated as one collective agency that shares
its expertise of training, investigative data,
supply inventory, equipment and logistics.

In other words, clearly you and others of your always bullying
kind seem to suck and blow in every which-way possible, and
then some, because no excessive amount of public funded government or
unregulated corporations is ever big enough nor corrupted enough to suit
your way of doing stuff that everyone
else of the lower 99.9% has to pay dearly for.


*** Romney will clean things up as soon as he gets the Liberal's
grubby hands out of the Federal cookie jar.

I hope he rounds up all Liberals and then invites all of us Rednecks
for a weekend of target practice. Rumor has it you whining fucks
taste just like chicken, when barbecued correctly, that includes
washing off the liberal bullshit, first ...



Hägar
2012-10-24 10:43:38 EST

"Brad Guth" <bradguth@gmail.com> wrote in message
news:9e73a468-f4b4-4d89-aecf-2b3a8ef76cd6@n16g2000yqi.googlegroups.com...
On Oct 23, 11:48 am, "H gar" <hs...@yahoo.com> wrote:
> "Brad Guth" <bradg...@gmail.com> wrote in message
>
> news:f3ab10cf-f956-4354-bbc1-aaa8b743e261@3g2000yqn.googlegroups.com...
> On Oct 23, 9:07 am, "H gar" <hs...@yahoo.com> wrote:
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
> > De-regulation, the mystic act of Federal intervention that is supposed
> > to
> > make life easier, better and cheaper for us, the
> > poor taxpaying saps, has once again backfired in NY.
>
> >http://www.sfgate.com/business/energy/article/NY-reviews-higher-energ...
>
> > The old adage: "I'm from the Government and I'm here to help"
> > has spawned successes such as the US Post Office and that
> > "never on time" Amtrak fiasco, which make train travel (the
> > Federal Government Version) twice as expensive as air travel
> > (the civilian version of locomotion).
>
> > Now, by their intervention in the greedy "Enron" types practices,
> > all subscribers to these Federal brainfartz and paying the piper.
>
> > When are we going to learn that there is no free lunch ....
> > especially not when the Feds have a hand in it ...
>
> But your very own ZNR approved mafia union took the fullest advantage
> of us, and it was all because of federal deregulation that allowed
> utilities as run by union workers like yourself, to operate as rogue
> energy pirates, as to act irresponsibly and to pass along all of their
> corporate and union greed along with their mistakes as representing
> their normal energy consumer's cost of doing business.
>
> Ignoring the common sense of reliable energy generation and its
> distribution infrastructure of basic load capacity necessities and its
> maintenance until it either overloads and/or blows up, then using that
> highly predictable outcome to justify their much higher energy rates
> so that they could pay the likes of Hagar roughly four times what he's
> worth, as well as adding those ENRON insiders as for-profit market
> speculators and extortionists didn't exactly help, unless of course
> your union had their guys and gals working on behalf of them ENRON
> skulduggery types that which at the time you obviously had no problems
> with, as long as they didn't get caught.
>
> Obviously the very last thing you'd want to see happen is any private
> and/or federally operated collective of thorium fueled reactors and a
> four fold improvement in the national energy grid capacity so as to
> better share and balance everything for the greater efficiency plus
> failsafe good and that of its greatly reduced cost.
>
> *** If Thorium Fuel Reactors weren't something you pulled out of your
> sorry
> ass, and were fission-level cost effective, I'd have no problem with them,
> as long as the Government has no hand in it. But why not try Fusion
> Reactors ... the World's oceans are full of fuel.
>
> Secondly, the National Power Grid does need overhauling, but when the
> Federal Government get involved, which it'll force its way into the fray,
> it
> will spell the end of cost effective power transmission, because the
> entire
> effort will be staffed by union goons (see Obama Motors, aka GM),
> un-productive Federal Hacks and other useless human garbage left over from
> the Post Office and Amtrak and run by appointees of Obama level
> bureaucratic
> hacks
> (Napolitano, Holder etc) who are as dumb as the day id long.
>
> So, if efficiency is your goal, compare the Post Office (yes GuthBall, it
> is
> still run and dominated by the Feds) and its cost, service and efficiency
> to
> that of, say, FedEx or UPS.
>
> But apart from all the above, the fucking tree-hugging moronic Liberals
> will
> have coordinated shit-fits over new steel towers and power lines polluting
> their pristine wilderness.
>
> You are a fucking moron, GuthBall.
> But, just like a monkey could hypothetically type the Declaration of
> Independence in a million years by hacking away at a typewriter, so will
> you
> eventually come up with something that will make sense. Unfortunately,
> none
> of us will live long enough to see it ...

You can't blame others for what your generation and the one of mafia
union goons before did to us. It was your generation and that of your
parents and grandparents that get to take all the blame for what
President BHO had to put up with, or risk getting whacked like your
guys did to JFK. That's right, I'm holding you and others of your
kind personally responsible for the premature death of JFK.

*** Say, GuthBall, do you think that awarding Lee Harvey
Oswald with some sort of sharp shooter or merit badge,
posthumously, would be appropriate, for ridding the World of
one of the pompous Kennedy's ?? too bad he didn't get to
draw a bead on that bloated piece of dung, Ted.



The Patriot
2012-10-24 13:04:10 EST

"Brad Guth" <bradguth@gmail.com> wrote in message
news:9e73a468-f4b4-4d89-aecf-2b3a8ef76cd6@n16g2000yqi.googlegroups.com...
On Oct 23, 11:48 am, "H gar" <hs...@yahoo.com> wrote:
> "Brad Guth" <bradg...@gmail.com> wrote in message
>
> news:f3ab10cf-f956-4354-bbc1-aaa8b743e261@3g2000yqn.googlegroups.com...
> On Oct 23, 9:07 am, "H gar" <hs...@yahoo.com> wrote:
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
> > De-regulation, the mystic act of Federal
> > intervention that is supposed to
> > make life easier, better and cheaper for us, the
> > poor taxpaying saps, has once again backfired in
> > NY.
>
> >http://www.sfgate.com/business/energy/article/NY-reviews-higher-energ...
>
> > The old adage: "I'm from the Government and I'm
> > here to help"
> > has spawned successes such as the US Post Office
> > and that
> > "never on time" Amtrak fiasco, which make train
> > travel (the
> > Federal Government Version) twice as expensive as
> > air travel
> > (the civilian version of locomotion).
>
> > Now, by their intervention in the greedy "Enron"
> > types practices,
> > all subscribers to these Federal brainfartz and
> > paying the piper.
>
> > When are we going to learn that there is no free
> > lunch ....
> > especially not when the Feds have a hand in it ...
>
> But your very own ZNR approved mafia union took the
> fullest advantage
> of us, and it was all because of federal deregulation
> that allowed
> utilities as run by union workers like yourself, to
> operate as rogue
> energy pirates, as to act irresponsibly and to pass
> along all of their
> corporate and union greed along with their mistakes
> as representing
> their normal energy consumer's cost of doing
> business.
>
> Ignoring the common sense of reliable energy
> generation and its
> distribution infrastructure of basic load capacity
> necessities and its
> maintenance until it either overloads and/or blows
> up, then using that
> highly predictable outcome to justify their much
> higher energy rates
> so that they could pay the likes of Hagar roughly
> four times what he's
> worth, as well as adding those ENRON insiders as
> for-profit market
> speculators and extortionists didn't exactly help,
> unless of course
> your union had their guys and gals working on behalf
> of them ENRON
> skulduggery types that which at the time you
> obviously had no problems
> with, as long as they didn't get caught.
>
> Obviously the very last thing you'd want to see
> happen is any private
> and/or federally operated collective of thorium
> fueled reactors and a
> four fold improvement in the national energy grid
> capacity so as to
> better share and balance everything for the greater
> efficiency plus
> failsafe good and that of its greatly reduced cost.
>
> *** If Thorium Fuel Reactors weren't something you
> pulled out of your sorry
> ass, and were fission-level cost effective, I'd have
> no problem with them,
> as long as the Government has no hand in it. But why
> not try Fusion
> Reactors ... the World's oceans are full of fuel.
>
> Secondly, the National Power Grid does need
> overhauling, but when the
> Federal Government get involved, which it'll force
> its way into the fray, it
> will spell the end of cost effective power
> transmission, because the entire
> effort will be staffed by union goons (see Obama
> Motors, aka GM),
> un-productive Federal Hacks and other useless human
> garbage left over from
> the Post Office and Amtrak and run by appointees of
> Obama level bureaucratic
> hacks
> (Napolitano, Holder etc) who are as dumb as the day
> id long.
>
> So, if efficiency is your goal, compare the Post
> Office (yes GuthBall, it is
> still run and dominated by the Feds) and its cost,
> service and efficiency to
> that of, say, FedEx or UPS.
>
> But apart from all the above, the fucking
> tree-hugging moronic Liberals will
> have coordinated shit-fits over new steel towers and
> power lines polluting
> their pristine wilderness.
>
> You are a fucking moron, GuthBall.
> But, just like a monkey could hypothetically type the
> Declaration of
> Independence in a million years by hacking away at a
> typewriter, so will you
> eventually come up with something that will make
> sense. Unfortunately, none
> of us will live long enough to see it ...

You can't blame others for what your generation and the
one of mafia
union goons before did to us. It was your generation
and that of your
parents and grandparents that get to take all the blame
for what
President BHO had to put up with, or risk getting
whacked like your
guys did to JFK. That's right, I'm holding you and
others of your
kind personally responsible for the premature death of
JFK.

**************************************************************
The only thing you might be holding is your dick, if
you have one.

The Patriot.



The Patriot
2012-10-24 13:12:28 EST

"H\ufffdgar" <hsahm@yahoo.com> wrote in message
news:v9adnYDyA9uCaBrNnZ2dnUVZ_oednZ2d@giganews.com...
>
> "Brad Guth" <bradguth@gmail.com> wrote in message
> news:793311bb-e614-428c-b4ab-73df7b08cab0@b15g2000yqk.googlegroups.com...
> On Oct 23, 12:33 pm, "H gar" <hs...@yahoo.com> wrote:
>> "Brad Guth" <bradg...@gmail.com> wrote in message
>
> < snipperooney >
>
> The National Guard, Customs, Boarder Patrol and
>
> *** "Boarder Patrol" ??? Just like you Liberals,
> wanting to
> patrol Boarding Houses ... or is it just another fine
> example
> of GuthBall's wasted years in Grammar School ???
>
>
> Coast Guard need to become consolidated as one
> collective agency that shares its expertise of
> training, investigative data,
> supply inventory, equipment and logistics.
>
> In other words, clearly you and others of your always
> bullying
> kind seem to suck and blow in every which-way
> possible, and
> then some, because no excessive amount of public
> funded government or unregulated corporations is ever
> big enough nor corrupted enough to suit your way of
> doing stuff that everyone
> else of the lower 99.9% has to pay dearly for.
>
>
> *** Romney will clean things up as soon as he gets
> the Liberal's
> grubby hands out of the Federal cookie jar.
>
> I hope he rounds up all Liberals and then invites all
> of us Rednecks
> for a weekend of target practice. Rumor has it you
> whining fucks
> taste just like chicken, when barbecued correctly,
> that includes
> washing off the liberal bullshit, first ...
>
Damn!! Don't forget to invite me, I love shooting
stuff.

The Patriot.


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