Actually, no, I don’t have to: this paragraph does most of it for me.
Not too long ago, we heard a lot about “green jobs”: The win-win equation for boosting employment while retrofitting America’s buildings, energy systems, and transportation infrastructure for a cleaner future. In 2009, the federal stimulus act poured $595 million into green jobs programs, most of which went towards equipping people with the skills to particulate in the new green economy. Four years later, it’s still not clear what all the cash for green jobs achieved–and a Government Accountability Office report issued last week illustrates the difficulty of trying to foster an emerging industry by pumping money into it.
All that’s missing is this common-sense observation: possibly there’s a reason why nobody’s done it that way, before? – Because, believe it or not, there are people out there who seem to think that the only reason why we don’t have abundant, clean, cheap, non-nuclear energy is because of… the Bavarian Illuminati, I guess. Or that corporate executives apparently have access to their own water, air, food, and planet to live on. :rolls eyes: I should be grateful: at least nobody’s blaming the green jobs failure on the Jews.