In addition to your problems with spelling,you seem to have a rough time with reading comprehension.There is no market for windmills,and Kasich won't bow to the wack-jobs who think government should force a market that isn't there into existence.Aren't your electric bills high enough already Jeff,without being forced to use a power source that was outmoded by the 1900s? Just like electric cars (outdated by 1918),the only loser will be the American taxpayer,who as usual will foot the bill to subsidize industries unable to function profitably on their own. I don't care if you want to erect a windmill in your back yard to electrify your house.Just stop trying to get me to pay for it.
Wouldn't all this effort be better directed at the Section 8 homeowners who seem to dot the city with increasing frequency,and the ever-increasing criminal behavior which seems to have coincidentally become a growing problem? At least this lady is making an effort to beautify her property. Lakewood has a lot bigger issues to deal with than harassing homeowner-occupants trying to follow the law.
This is just the latest in a long history of local government's short-sighted penalizing of local industry.Cleveland once had a thriving brewing industry,employing hundreds of Clevelanders and anchoring neighborhoods. Enter the local and state politico with his blind-ass tax policies,idiotic regulations,and sticky fingers,and bingo:yet another local industry is DOA. Will those clowns at City Hall ever get it? After living 61 years here,I am not even cautiously optimistic anymore.
You guys must be tired of reasonably affordable energy rates. If First Energy gets caught up in this solar energy scam too,you will see some REAL high buck electric bills. The global warming hoax is over. Now if we can beach that other scam,mercury light bulbs,maybe we won't have to return to reading by candlelight,just so Al Gore will stop swearing at us.
Oh.and to Justin S....ask Juan Williams how fair,balanced,and oh so tolerant NPR is. Peace,Brotha!
I wish him luck,but if he lasts past New Years,he'll be lucky.The audience just ain't there.
Yeah,imagine the nerve. Kasich wins an election and then moves to place his own people in his administration. Gee,a democrat would never try that one.
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