When Hillary Rodham Clinton attacked Barak Obama for voting for “Dick Cheney’s energy policy, a bill she had voted against, Mr. O. responded with the same familiar phrase which we are accustomed to hearing from any generic candidate. Obama led the cheer for “renewable energy” and defended Cheney’s bill on the grounds it contained provisions for “wind energy.”
It should come as no surprise to anyone who has listened to Obama’s speeches that the Illinois Senator is a big fan of wind energy. Apparently, the infatuated MSM was too flat-footed to ask Obama why his most important aging millionaire supporters Ted Kennedy and John Kerry have long opposed a proposed wind energy project off the coast of Cape Cod, Massachusetts.
Though it would scarcely be visible from shore, the blue bloods who support Obama are worried they might have to tack around the proposed wind farm as they sail along on their yachts on a balmy Hyannis Port weekend.