Dear Mr. President
As it is, understanding climate change and building the American industries that redefine our relationship with traditional energy sources is, as you clearly state, quite crucial to the continued growth of whole, mixed energy based industrial economic activity here in our America. Whereas no one can dispute our collective national need to redefine our national energy policy, obviously every inch of that policy framework is being aggressively argued. As I am quite certain that such argument is driving you nuts, please let me suggest that the reason for such argument lies simply in the approach to our overall nationwide energy conversation.
Will you and Michelle have a basement that is heated by geothermal energy?
I mean let's face it Mr. President, Chicago basements just by their geographical location are among our nation's coldest and dampest during the winter months. Would comprehensive reregulation of Chicago's building codes that demand strict incorporation of geothermal energy technology specific to Chicago basements support a much more articulate model of mixed national energy policy?
How many jobs will unfold as a result.
Are the water supply lines in your home connected to advanced micro engineered public water utility infrastructure?
Well, there is fresh water filtration that assures a continued supply of healthy drinking and cooking water managed by neighborhood based filtration plants as opposed to single source municipal water treatment facilities.
And, then there is the creation of jobs.
I mean seriously Barack, the last time I saw you, you were walking out of your Chicago based home amidst a medium rain shower dressed in a raincoat holding a basketball on your way to the gym. As life at times, unfortunately gets in the way of our leisure activity, just as you were leaving the house, Michelle came out from the garage with a leaf rake only to remind you that water from poorly placed downspouts was entering into you ancient basement foundation. As neither of the two of you appeared to be too happy, I will under oath testify before Congress that you did indeed put down the basketball, take the leaf rake Michelle handed you and along with Chicago municipal workers raked away the leaves and debris that had accumulated around your downspouts and the storm water drains located in front of your Chicago White House (er, greenhouse home).
Given you penchant for discussing global environmental topics Mr. President, I found it quite uplifting that after the storm water drains were cleared, the guys from the city and you went off to play basketball only after all of you sat down and developed a citywide model for redeveloping storm water management and harvesting models that were quite pertinent to the reduction of costs associated with city services on one hand, brought forward new private and public sector rainwater management industrial growth models for the City of Chicago on another, and then of course, created new jobs.
Would such regulation create more "jobs"?
Before we get to the above query, let's look at Applied Exterior Geothermal Technology.
Quite unfortunately, Mr. President, it remains the broader question of financing all of the above that must ultimately be flawlessly answered, defined, regulated and executed by a unified Congress and Senate and signed into law by a unifying American president.
As our current 2014 international economic dialog over carbon based international governance (or re-governance) of a petro-dollar based US trade policy is still somewhat architecturally rooted within the ancient nuclear confrontational framework of cold war fuel policy, and, as since the cold war, we as a nation/world have collectively engaged in a once vital and of course still crucial middle eastern based petro-dollar global currency, the internal framework of wholly developing mixed energy use management policies here in the US has never been more crucial to our continued national industrial and global economic benchmark to frame.
Towards the accomplishment of that national goal is the purpose of my essays Mr. President.
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