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    Are you happy about being forced to convert your home?

    I'm surprised people are on board with this. Especially those on various town boards in erie county.





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    Liberals pushing their agenda on citizens of this country..Our enemies already know how vulnerable our POWER GRID is...just more incentive to destroy our country..shut it down and wreak havoc...does common sense over get elected to office.?

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    But what is the point of doing this?

    Are so may elected officials bought off by foreign powers we are watching this happen?

    Watch this video.

    This is insane. If the USA is so bad why do so many people want to come here legally and illegally. There are people in Africa that I have chatted with on facebook that want to come the USA. You'd think if the country is so racist this would be the last place they would want to come to.


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    this push to go all electric better include building nuclear power plants. Wind and solar (which I'm not against per se) is not going to handle the load nor is it 24/7 consistent like nuclear would be
    and I'm not giving up my gas water heater or stove, both of which work when the power is out, until I'm forced to
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    Quote Originally Posted by sharky View Post
    this push to go all electric better include building nuclear power plants. Wind and solar (which I'm not against per se) is not going to handle the load nor is it 24/7 consistent like nuclear would be
    and I'm not giving up my gas water heater or stove, both of which work when the power is out, until I'm forced to

    I just don't get it. The technology is not at the point where it's cost effective to go all electric. Look how many times people in various areas of Cheektowaga lose power. There just isn't enough capacity at this time.

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