He’s not bright — he is arguing for a carbon tax/climate exchange (that we Americans will be forced to the most to pay for), yet he let’s the proverbial cat out of the bag during his speech.
There is nothing wrong with us researching and finding ways to be “green” and conserve energy and carbon emissions. BUT, that should be done in the private sector because, truly, “if you build it, they will come”. What person in their right mind would not embrace a technology that was (A) affordable and (B) a less costly alternative to an existing form of energy? Yet when government tries to force something new on you, you know there’s a catch in there somewhere (like a carbon market where carbon credits are traded like stocks) — yeah, sounds to me like a pure move to help the world . . . un-huh . . .