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Thursday, 26 April 2012

Green to be cheap says Cameron


I've avoided political news while we've been on holiday, but now I'm back I took a quick look around to see if Cameron has said anything silly recently and blow me - he has! Mr Reliable or what?

The BBC reports on Cameron's claim that green energy is to be cheap "within years".

Renewables can be one of the cheapest forms of energy within years, Prime Minister David Cameron has said.

So the subsidies will be ended "within years" will they? I wonder what he means? Does he know what he means? Does anyone care what he means? How many years are we talking of here - centuries or just decades?

Or is the useless tosser just babbling again?

5 comments:

Sam Vega said...

Babbling.

At first glance at that BBC picture, I thought he'd got Wayne Rooney interested in renewables.

Woodsy42 said...

I think your final option is correct, he's babbling nonsense again.

Roger said...

"One has to go to a very expensive school in order to learn no science whatever"

Taken from The Constant Gardner by John Le Carre

Roger said...

Oops, Gardener

A K Haart said...

Sam and Woodsy - so babbling gets the vote.

Roger - or even common sense in Cameron's case. I wonder how far up the greasy pole he'd be without his background?