Declaration of War on Planet Earth

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“Get your arm down, Donald! This is no place to be giving the Nazi salute, you damn fool! Wait till you get in front of the Lincoln Memorial!”

This Republican Madness reminds me of the movie ‘Doctor Strangelove’ . The Heritage Foundation is the rebirth of the Confederacy. Rick Perry got chummy with the neo-Confederates who want to destroy their old enemy – the Federal Government. The very rich enslaving the very poor is the ancient theme of Slave Masters. The Oil Trumpites will make SLAVS of most Americans. Perry did not even understand what his job was. This is right out of a End of the World movie. Failsafe – has already failed! We have gone beyond the point of no return! The stupidest people on earth put madmen in power. Beer guzzling, pussy grabbing, truck driving, redneck racist got a front row seat. Vomit comes out of their nose as they squeal with delight as the defunding of the National Endowment of the Arts.

https://rosamondpress.com/2013/07/01/rick-perry-insane-neo-confederate-con-artist/

“Last month, when Mr. Trump offered Mr. Perry the job of energy secretary, he accepted with the understanding that the role would be largely focused on promoting American energy development, according to people who have briefed him. Only later did he learn that the agency’s central portfolio is the oversight and management of the nation’s nuclear weapons complex, as well as 17 national scientific laboratories.

This confirmation process has been extremely informative and beneficial for me,” Mr. Perry said, citing his conversations with Mr. Moniz, a nuclear physicist.

Look! Wake up! Look at that hair on Dr. Strangelove’s head! This is Trump’s model. His goal was to become the No.1 Terrorist in the world!

Jon Presco

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WASHINGTON — Rick Perry, the former Texas governor and President-elect Donald J. Trump’s nominee as energy secretary, said in his Senate confirmation hearing on Thursday that he regretted having recommended the abolition of the Energy Department in the past.

He addressed his awkward history on the issue up front, telling the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee that after “being briefed on so many of the vital functions of the Department of Energy,” he no longer believed, as he said while running for president in 2011, that it should be eliminated.

Mr. Perry also offered a full-throated reversal of his views on the science of human-caused climate change, which he called a “contrived, phony mess” in a 2010 book.

“I believe the climate is changing,” he said. “I believe some of it is naturally occurring, but some of it is also caused by man-made activity. The question is: How do we address it in a thoughtful way that doesn’t compromise economic growth, the affordability of energy, or American jobs?”

 Mr. Trump, by contrast, has called climate change a “hoax” and had continued to express doubts about established climate science.

Mr. Perry also appeared to signal a somewhat different position from Mr. Trump on nuclear weapons policy, the Energy Department’s chief portfolio.

Mr. Trump has said the United States must “greatly strengthen and expand” its nuclear capability, “Let it be an arms race,” he said.

But Mr. Perry, asked by Senator Bernie Sanders, the Vermont independent, whether he believed expanded testing of nuclear weapons was a “dangerous idea,” replied, “I think anyone would be of the opinion that if we never have to test another nuclear weapon that would be a good thing for the world.”

He added, “I think nonproliferation is a good thing.”

Asked if he would support the Iran nuclear deal — which Mr. Trump has derided and which was largely negotiated by the current energy secretary, Ernest J. Moniz — Mr. Perry said he had not received classified briefings on it.

“If D.O.E. has a role to make sure that Iranians are living up to the deal, message delivered, sir,” Mr. Perry said to Senator Al Franken, Democrat of Minnesota.

Last month, when Mr. Trump offered Mr. Perry the job of energy secretary, he accepted with the understanding that the role would be largely focused on promoting American energy development, according to people who have briefed him. Only later did he learn that the agency’s central portfolio is the oversight and management of the nation’s nuclear weapons complex, as well as 17 national scientific laboratories.

“This confirmation process has been extremely informative and beneficial for me,” Mr. Perry said, citing his conversations with Mr. Moniz, a nuclear physicist.

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