Interior Secretary Announces First-Ever Renewable Energy Lease Sales on the Outer Continental Shelf

“Wind energy along the Atlantic holds enormous potential, and today we are moving closer to tapping into this massive domestic energy resource to create jobs, increase our energy security and strengthen our nation’s competitiveness in this new energy frontier,” said Salazar, with the look of discomfort like a fisherman that just got a windfarm stuffed up his ass. “Holding competitive lease sales on the wind-rich east coast means blow jobs all around,” promised the Secretary as he wore a pleasantly painful expression.http://campaign.r20.constantcontact.com/render?llr=bgwiiwiab&v=001J8BvtJGIt7uojsOTOb5KB021g8lTQl8JZ-9Wx7XCNysfPazHAWJ0FGociM0JkJ4smHQSmT21lEJ60zRNFH5qI5aA44FfU6BKmoG13dCY1UoXvX-qaK3-mdVfd2e81Jcq36-z4FrJKbOTPv56lKh5gXDevAUtPTyiPq2k8Mzc2x6_2T0FkCGESg%3D%3D

One Response to Interior Secretary Announces First-Ever Renewable Energy Lease Sales on the Outer Continental Shelf

  1. Barbara Durkin says:

    Secretary Salazar is steam-rolling once again past reality. This administration arrogantly ignores historic, existing and conflicting use rights, Tribal Cultural Property, Essential Fish Habitat, squid spawing ground, ancients' burial grounds, fishing grounds, navigational lanes, recreational ocean area, and our food source . There are serious technological and cost issues he ignores at our peril.

    Smart from the Start is asinine.

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