|From the Columbus Dispatch.|
Two days ago, in The Columbus Dispatch, Mitt Romney said that the United States can be an energy superpower. He then outlined his "energy policy".
This is what Mitt had to say about the role of industrial wind and solar:
In place of real energy, Obama has focused on an imaginary world where government-subsidized windmills and solar panels could power the economy. This vision has failed. His promise of 5 million green jobs vanished as fast as the $500 million he gave to his campaign donors at now-bankrupt Solyndra. His goal of 1 million electric cars went up in flames alongside the Chevy Volt batteries that prompted a recall of all 8,000 sold so far.