Sunday, May 27, 2012

Those Wind power turbines that greenies and Gorebals (Gore loving Global Warmers) love to claim are great for the Eco-system are nothing but bird killing machines.

As for others: The federal government last August imposed hefty fines on seven petroleum companies in North Dakota over the death of 28 birds near their open waste pits.

The wind farms kill more than 400,000 birds a year — including dozens of eagles — yet they do not pay a penny in fines. They are one of the worst things to kill wildlife we have ever known. We should put them in the cities and see how many people watch birds being chopped up until they say enough is enough.

"Team Obama wants to give wind-power companies long-term permits to butcher bald eagles, America's national symbol, on the altar of green energy," writes Deroy Murdock, a media fellow with the Hoover Institution on War, Revolution, and Peace at Stanford University.

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service disclosed: "With more than 100,000 turbines expected to be in operation in the United States by 2030, annual bird mortality rates alone (now estimated at 440,000 a year) are expected to exceed one million."

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