A new revival of ” Earth Day ” with India’s power outages ?

India’s power outages of the last few days should be somewhat inspiring. With the myth of global warming fresh in the minds of the small-minded. Shouldn’t this be a call to celebrating and cheering the outages. With 650 million people without electrical power, 1/10th of humanity, we shouldn’t be so shocked. Nor should we be asking ourself’s ” Could this happen in this country?” After all we have the power of the president, or some would say, the all powerful president Obama. Along with his counter part Elizabeth Warren, whose claim to fame of late, is the somewhat famous words.. ” You didn’t build that!

Warren: quote,

There is nobody in this country who got rich on his own. Nobody.

You built a factory out there? Good for you. But I want to be clear: you moved your goods to market on the roads the rest of us paid for; you hired workers the rest of us paid to educate; you were safe in your factory because of police forces and fire forces that the rest of us paid for. You didn’t have to worry that marauding bands would come and seize everything at your factory, and hire someone to protect against this, because of the work the rest of us did.

Now look, you built a factory and it turned into something terrific, or a great idea? God bless. Keep a big hunk of it. But part of the underlying social contract is you take a hunk of that and pay forward for the next kid who comes along.

end quote.

Roads and bridges are the ticket to success they claim. Yet each road in front of two different business, one that is successful and the other that fails. Must then claim the same amount of influence of two different outcomes created by the road. Not to the dishonest.

Warrens’s answer to everything is for government to throw even more tax stimulus to the ever-changing winds of government waste. Spend even more money on infrastructure is the call. More roads and bridges will certainly lead the country down the economic roadway to success? The Broken Sidewalk Parable http://shar.es/vrtQI via @sharethis

The 2009 stimulus plan of the United Stats, turned out that spending 800 billion dollars isn’t the answer to our problems. Proving nothing more than stimulus for the sake of spending stimulus is a runaway bullet train of wasted tax payers money. With stimulus going to rebuilding sidewalks, just to name one of the many wasted projects. It is getting harder and harder to find new wasteful things to do with your tax moneys….. or is it?  Stimulus Waste – http://theeconomiccollapseblog.com/archives/stimulus-waste

But God forbid if anyone wants to build a power plant. Warren looks to communist China, and the burgeoning mad growth of India as two economy’s that should only be the plan for the United States future success. If we would only follow it.

Apparently the extreme differences of the rich and the over whelming poor within these two country’s doesn’t even make a list of noticeable notes worth mentioning, or even pointing out. Yet we should follow their economic growth model? Should we take notice at least of the Chinese ghost towns, Bullet trains that are for the most part empty?  Or an occasional mention of the run away quest for electrical power, by building coal plants at a pace of about 1 per week? All of these things China is spending large amounts of stimulus moneys. Should we follow them. How is following all that being a world leader as a country? Oh Yea! Besides these two country’s are building coal power plants, we can’t! These are wrong! Leading to global warming ( wink, wink ) aren’t they? With so much of all of humanity’s population within these two country’s, along with an whelming amount of poor people looking to improve their lives. Becoming middle class if not rich someday? They need to produce electrical power! Global warming be damned!

China’s Ghost Towns: The Empty Promises of Inflated Growth  http://www.fastcoexist.com/node/1677933 via @FastCoExist . Chinese bullet trains: Is Beijing investing way too much in infrastructure? http://www.slate.com/id/2291271?tid=sm_tw_button_toolbar

Elizabeth Warren, and Obama, along with the extremists of the liberal left. Would only love to kill the coal power industry. As they have said before. Well. At least Obama has said that before. If they had any honesty within themself’s, or their policy’s that they push. They would point out, that their fantasy’s don’t work for us in the United States. In fact our economy needs China’s and India’s poor to become middle class to sell them stuff for our growth economically. The fantasy of taxing the people of the United States for global warming, while praising and supporting China, and India’s quest for more power, as inspiring global growth. Has about as much intellectual value of the brain-dead!

Without the same global importance, of those country’s joining to the mix, doing their part along with everyone else in trying to change that what is unchangeable within global warming. Is the leftist folly. These policy’s only are going to accomplish spreading equal misery globally. By equalization of the third-world’s economy’s, along with redistribution of the west’s wealth, as the leftist failed utopia of permanent no growth.

These out spoken government merchants of failure, when they get onto their soap boxes pointing out within their speeches. That we in the United States should, ” Follow China with renewed infrastructure expenditures “. As the way of achieving future success. We the people should then point out by pointing towards those power outages in India. Reversing the political gymnastics being played out. By asking them to explain. Why is this a bad thing for the world? Shouldn’t we be asking people to join in with celebrations of turning off the power for 1 hour, or 1 day. To save the earth from global warming? We should be celebrating these outages. Limiting pollution from coal! For this is doing the job just as well, as the worlds country’s joining in volunteering to go along with do the same things. Isn’t it? Doing their part in partnership with Earth Day in saving the world? Turning off the coal power for a while.

The crazed attitudes of the left don’t even see the extreme differences between the United States and these two country’s as being one of ( Rich and Poor ). They present their resentments along with personal envy of the rich. As what is needed to change the discrepancy’s between the two. On a global view they never admit to this same attitudes. The global equalization of economic powers, that is needed to achieve any justification for an equalization of equal concern of global warming, by all country’s. Is to drive the United States living standards into the ground, with over regulation and taxation. In the end the liberals are the same as the communists, socialists, and extremists. They don’t care about anything other than maintaining power over everyone, while separating themself’s to a better living standard.

I guess using the same prism for making evaluations of ones own standard of living, or having to give-up ones standards. While the government pushes, accepting the farce of man-made global warming. We should stand United! Reminding the liberals about global warming, ” YOU DIDN’T BUILD THAT!

1) Side note worth noting…. Connection to the power grid remains a luxury for many in India. One-third of India’s house holds do not even have electric power to light a light bulb in their homes. According to last years census.

How do you equalize this kind of economy with our’s in the United States, while fighting the global warming myth. Do you deny India, China, and others a living standard like ours? Or do you lower the standards of the USA, for a more equal distribution of the earths managed decay? Earth Day would have us all follow India’s lead in turning off the lights, in going back to the future.