Make America Obsolescent – To Go Boldly After The Dinosaurs!

Posted: June 2, 2017 in Uncategorized


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  1. Valeria Jimenez says:

    Absolutely frustrating. I feel like President Trump uses the fact that the United States is the most powerful country in the world to in part mock the world and withdraw from crucial agreements like this one. He keeps saying that this decision will help bring jobs back, but how many and for who? The only people that will benefit from this will be the 26 coal miners that lost their jobs. Is it really worth it? He also thinks climate change is a hoax, which probably contributes to his budget cuts on science research. I hate to break it to him, but the world has been laughing since November 8th, 2016.

  2. Anurag Tripathy says:

    This move by the administration is particularly disheartening because their so-called objective of bringing back jobs through investments in coal industries will not materialize. Numerous studies have demonstrated that the greater job market exists in renewable energy sectors, not these coal jobs. There are some things that simply won’t come back and the insistence that they will is only hurting the efficacy of what is being attempted.

    • The future is renewables. Sun and wind. I would say these persons are dreaming that time could be reversed. But the truth is they don’t believe that’s possible. They’re just liars.

  3. A. Anderson says:

    I remember reading an article on BBC suggesting that even if Trump tries his best to bring coal back, many companies are already turning to renewables, which would prevent a full scale comeback anyway.

  4. branden frieden says:

    I still can’t believe he would do so much in his quest for “America First” as to put the whole world at risk by pulling out of the Paris accords. It’s an immature and childish mentality that can not and will not end well.

  5. Ryan Money says:

    First coal, then Russian gas will be pumped in as our main energy source. Putin can easily make it happen since he could easily provide evidence that he hacked the election with his mad skills. Black mail is better than no mail.

  6. Kayla Kingsley says:

    Frustrated with Trump’s decision. I can’t say whether or not it’s the right one for the country at the time, but his motives for doing so were ridiculous. Trump is too worried about how the globe is viewing him as a leader- he cares too much about making America his only priority rather than his first priority. I agree with Macron, “Make our planet great again.” Time for Trump to consider his long-term consequences rather than focusing on the quick, hasty and insignificant changes that he’s trying to make in the short term he’s going to have.

    • Clearly, Trump intends to defy the entire world. The sad reality is that the more he does to avoid appearing ridiculous, the more he looks ridiculous. His recent outbursts on the terror attacks in London were extremely embarrassing.

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