Don’t Hate On Young Conservatives For Energy Reform. Encourage Them.

Just read a skeptical article about Young Conservatives For Energy Reform (YC4ER) on Climate Denial Crock of the Week. And judging by the early comments, you’ll get the expected haters and a little I told you so.

My take is that if you truly identify yourself as an environmentalist who believes in climate change, you would encourage YC4ER’s efforts. No, you don’t have to agree with everything the YC4ER support and no they don’t wear hemp clothing adorned with peace signs but you do need these suit wearers on your side. They’re conservatives who believe in climate change which fortunately puts them to the left of Jim Inhofe. [CDCW]

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SavWatt CEO’s New Year’s Shareholders Message Is Awesome.

What do you put in your New Year’s message to shareholders when your stock is trading at $.0004 per share? Well the CEO of SavWatt, Ike H. Sutton, calls out the haters and basically tells them to go piss up a tree:

I have only one request for the new year that is in regards to SavWatt’s bashers on online chat boards. Ask yourself why are they bashing SavWatt? If they are shareholders, why bash? This only creates negativity in the marketplace. If they are not shareholders, why are they on the board? Are they being paid for bashing? By whom and what’s the purpose? And if they are really unhappy with SavWatt and the SavWatt team, get out of the stock and move on. Please do not listen or act based on basher information as they have an agenda of their own and provide misinformation to the determent of the company.

Ecopole by SavWatt

Ecopole by SavWatt

SavWatt’s flagship product, the Ecopole, seems like an impractical Swiss-Army green solution that was hoping for government stimulus type money and never got it.

But the rant by SavWatt’s CEO in his shareholders message is priceless and is probably not a good sign that the company is going to turn things around anytime soon. I guess if you think you’re going down, you might as well go without regret.

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