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Thursday, February 22, 2007

The windmills of Osama's mind

I had the horror-stricken realization that the environmental movement was in cahoots with militant Islam when I read that the Great Plains were being approvingly referred to as the Saudi Arabia of wind energy. "Monstrous," I gasped. "Our soldiers are bravely fighting the terrorists in Iraq so we don't have to fight them here, and now The Left is trying to convert a wide swath of Our Nation into a breeding ground for Wahhabism? And they dare complain that we question their Patriotism? Outrageous!"

You may think that it can't happen here, but Christians, I am sorry to be the one to tell you that the Islezbofascist Anschluß of the Midwest has begun in earnest. Ladies and gentlemen, I give you Dhimmisota:
Minnesota put its faith in a future fueled by renewable energy Thursday as the governor signed a law requiring utilities to generate a quarter of their power from renewable sources such as wind, water and sun by 2025. Considering where Minnesota stands now — about half the power produced in the state is from coal, and only 5 percent from renewable sources — the move is the most aggressive in the country, analysts say.
It's really no surprise that Minnesota was the first domino to fall. First came Humphrey, then Mondale, then Wellstone. And who doesn't think Keith Ellison lopped Tim Pawlenty's head off with a scimitar and sent the footage to CNN immediately after making him spout this bit of terrorist claptrap?
"We have to break our addiction to fossil fuels," Gov. Tim Pawlenty said in signing the legislation.
As any Patriot can tell you, fossil fuels are the precious lifeblood of Freedom, and The Left's campaign to curb their consumption is nothing less than their deeply fascist and authoritarian impulses expressing themselves -- unconvincingly -- as "concern" for the public "welfare." Well, I'm not buying it, and neither should you. The people of Minnesota better wake up and smell the hummus before they're forced to bow to St. Paul five times a day. Praise Him!

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