Friday, September 07, 2012

WIFLI Briefing for Sep 7, 2012 - What could possibly go wrong?

Really, what could possibly go wrong? Energy costs necessarily getting much higher? Food costs going through the roof? How about the cost of living getting out of reach for those of us that are underemployed, or have to work three part time jobs, and the nanny state wanting to take over the responsibility of educating our children, while indoctrinating them that families don't matter, and the government is there to take care of all your needs?

For those that vote for another four years for the President to accomplish all that he promised but couldn't do in just four years (thank God for the Tea Party), you will get what you deserve if Obama somehow wins.

In Obama's own words, "You now have a choice."

It is up to you to decide what to do with the information that I share with you here.  But I can assure you that there will be problems, as Chuck and Gena Norris explained to us, and you may just find out what could possibly go wrong with another four years for Obama.

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Welcome to this edition of Time 2 Escape WIFLI Briefing!

What is WIFLI?
You may be wondering what the acronym "WIFLI" means. I started out by calling these issues the Time 2 Escape Daily, but that didn't work out very well. I quickly learned that putting these issues together on a daily basis was a task I was unable to accomplish. To replace "Daily" in the title, I borrowed the acronym WIFLI, which literally means "When I Feel Like It." Putting together a post on this blog WIFLI works much better for my schedule, and for the higher quality of each issue that is eventually published!

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Does a fundamental change mean bypassing our Constitutional rights to have a Democratic Republic where we are represented?  It's a choice between two futures.

President Obama Issues Major ‘Green Energy’ Executive Order
From TheBlaze ~ By Becket Adams ~ on September 3, 2012 at 1:05pm


What could possibly go wrong?  [emphasis my own]

The order also “establishes a new national goal of 40 gigawatts of new combined heat and power capacity by 2020, a 50% increase from today,” according to a statement from the White House.

Meeting this goal would save energy users $10 billion per year, result in $40 to $80 billion in new capital investment in manufacturing and other facilities that would create American jobs, and would reduce emissions equivalent to 25 million cars,” the statement adds.

Sure, it sounds nice and (like most things in this administration) it promises a great return on investment, but are there any possible downsides to this executive order?

This is a fiat from on high for these utilities to change the way they process energy — an enormous capital expense and many of them are going to close down,” Levin argued. “And they only have eight years to do it as part of this ‘cap-and-trade,‘ ’green’ energy, ‘climate change’ bull crap.

Video provided by DailyRushbo on Sep 3, 2012

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Phil Kerpen has it right: "... So we are beginning to look at a wonderfully complex world which has the potential for shutting down or slowing down virtually all industry and all economic activity and growth."

Repeal ObamaCar
From The Daily Caller OPINION ~ By Phil Kerpen ~ Published Aug 29, 2012, 12:55 PM


Obama’s astonishing takeover of the automobile industry, unlike his health care takeover, occurred without even a vote of Congress. Yesterday, to much fanfare, the administration announced its astonishing ratcheting up of vehicle fuel economy standards to 54.5 miles per gallon by 2025. These regulations — I call them “ObamaCar” — were accomplished not through open debate in Congress, but through corrupt backroom deals in which our elected officials had no voice.

ObamaCar will, according to the administration’s own estimates, add over $2,900 to the price of a new car. This low-ball estimate was created by using a brand-new cost-estimating methodology that uses arbitrary factors to produce a cost estimate for a vehicle considerably lower than the total cost of its individual parts.

An analysis by the National Automobile Dealers Association (NADA), which followed the government’s usual methodology, found the cost impact would be $4,800 per vehicle. But NADA also found that even the usual methodology has historically underestimated the actual cost impact by an enormous factor. NADA suggests a worst-case scenario of a $12,349-per-vehicle price jump.

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