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1 hour ago, DDQ said:

I think he has made some mistakes just like every other president. I'm still glad I voted for him, though.
I'm going to keep looking forward, chugging along and doing the best I can to be a good person until the next election. And no matter who is elected as the next president, I'm going to do the same thing.
What I'm not going to do is turn into a negative Nancy and bitch and moan about something that has already been decided and is out of my control.

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Can you explain why your still glad? Id love to know, also can you tell us the good things that he has done? Thanks

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I like that the Biden administration is working on undoing the changes Trump made to the endangered species act.
I like that Biden halted the Keystone Pipeline construction.
I like that Biden rejoined the US to the Paris Climate Agreement.
I like that Biden has shown respect towards wildland firefighters.
I like that Biden likes to smell hair, which I enjoy doing myself.

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So your happy we are not energy dependent and are relying on counties that we are not allies with for our energy causing fuel prices to sky rocket adding more stress to middle class and low income familys, your happy thousands of americans and canadians lost their jobs and in return those other countrys are getting our money, your happy we rejoined a pipe dream plan that has been proven it wont help what is going on and that millions of our tax dollars would be going to shit hole countries to"fix" their problems and not ours? Also how is a pipe line ok in a shit hole country with no environmental laws nor the technology to maintain it and clean up if any thing were to go bad? Where here while being energy dependent can maintain it and be enviromentally stable? 

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So your happy we are not energy dependent and are relying on counties that we are not allies with for our energy causing fuel prices to sky rocket adding more stress to middle class and low income familys, your happy thousands of americans and canadians lost their jobs and in return those other countrys are getting our money, your happy we rejoined a pipe dream plan that has been proven it wont help what is going on and that millions of our tax dollars would be going to shit hole countries to"fix" their problems and not ours? Also how is a pipe line ok in a shit hole country with no environmental laws nor the technology to maintain it and clean up if any thing were to go bad? Where here while being energy dependent can maintain it and be enviromentally stable? 
The long term purpose of halting the pipeline construction is to reduce this country's reliance on fossil fuels. If we keep increasing our reliance on a non renewable fuel then what do we do when it runs out?
People will say "we should have seen this coming and done more research and spent more money developing alternative energy".

A lot of people can not grasp this concept because it is not something we will have to deal with in our lifetime.

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The long term purpose of halting the pipeline construction is to reduce this country's reliance on fossil fuels. If we keep increasing our reliance on a non renewable fuel then what do we do when it runs out?
People will say "we should have seen this coming and done more research and spent more money developing alternative energy".

A lot of people can not grasp this concept because it is not something we will have to deal with in our lifetime.

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We are a long way from relying on renewable energy. I agree that fissile fuels need to go (except for ATVs) but we don’t have the technology to maintain the power grid for green energy. Transformers, for example, are not able to handle intermittent shortages. We would need huge batteries. 300 times more wind mills than what we have now just to supplement solar, water, etc. But that coupled with nuclear, major movements in infrastructure, etc… and a resistance to fissile fuel corporations, we could all see it in our lifetimes. But I don’t see how cutting the pipeline and our current independence will hasten a move toward green energy. If anything, we need the independence more right now if we are ever going to transition.


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We are a long way from relying on renewable energy. I agree that fissile fuels need to go (except for ATVs) but we don’t have the technology to maintain the power grid for green energy. Transformers, for example, are not able to handle intermittent shortages. We would need huge batteries. 300 times more wind mills than what we have now just to supplement solar, water, etc. But that coupled with nuclear, major movements in infrastructure, etc… and a resistance to fissile fuel corporations, we could all see it in our lifetimes. But I don’t see how cutting the pipeline and our current independence will hasten a move toward green energy. If anything, we need the independence more right now if we are ever going to transition.


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I agree with most of what you said. Our technology definitely isn't there yet.
But, I am concerned that if we continue to build infrastructure for long term use of fossil fuels then there will never be enough need for alternative energy to really spark big companies into investing heavy in the research and development until we are in the short rows.


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I agree with most of what you said. Our technology definitely isn't there yet.
But, I am concerned that if we continue to build infrastructure for long term use of fossil fuels then there will never be enough need for alternative energy to really spark big companies into investing heavy in the research and development until we are in the short rows.


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I am normally against government getting too involved in our lives but in a case of a very finite future such as fissile fuels, I would agree with mandates that would curb future dependency on such limited resources. Mandates that, while remaining energy dependent with fossil fuels, prevent us from furthering corporate agendas and, as you said, furthering development of infrastructure supporting it.
People like comfort and tend to pull back from or push back against major change. It’s in our nature. And while the word “collective” usually freaks me out, we, as a country, need to collectively adjust our preparedness for an end to our modern comfort altogether and a bleak future for our kids or adjust for an end to fossil fuels and gross corporate negligence when it comes to environmental issues.
This can be done without government corruption, without attacking each other, without moving toward socialism, without identity politics and definitely without the decisive politicians and the media.
I think biden and his admin is dog shit. I think trump’s lack of political experience and tact hurt him but I think the left wing media and the far left globalists sought to destroy him not out of concern for us but out of fear for the interruption in an agenda that doesn’t have us in mind but, instead, caters to a specific class.


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22 hours ago, Metal_man_Rob said:


I don’t think he is running.


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I more so meant an ex-president that still has a huge following. I know he isn't running again. Sorry, should have phrased that differently.

22 hours ago, DDQ said:

Who are you guys liking to be that candidate right now?

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There isn't one. It would be great if we had a good moderate candidate but we don't and probably never will. The US is cut left, or right nowadays.

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There isn't one. It would be great if we had a good moderate candidate but we don't and probably never will. The US is cut left, or right nowadays.
That's the sad part, no "in between" zone. Polarisation of opinions is not a good thing.

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3 hours ago, caleb90 said:

Things are going great

Few things here....

 

1) It's sad the government is still allowing this to go on

2) Most popular president in history...? Anyone still believing this now??

3) You know it's bad when even the liberal media starts going against you

4) The backup plan is Kamala... So we're fucked either way

5) How much longer do you truthfully think he'll make it? Health wise. Anyone with a clue can see he mentally struggles with even simple questions

6) How did we end up here?

7) ORANGE MEAN TWEET MAN BAD. SENILE MAN GOOD

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