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To the poster above: why look at it only as a matter of taxes?
Capitalism, still the best economic system, is flawed by the lack of imagination of the public. The wind, as well as petroleum is thought of in Norway as a national treasure shared by all. As a result, Norway has more than $1,000,000,000,000 (1T) in its national treasury. Imagine what the worth of US utilities would be if energy were thought of as a shared good like national parks and lakes. It isn't that it couldn't be done. It's that it can't be imagined. Americans, evidently would rather see a few thousand people insanely rich instead of providing quality services for the masses. This lack of imagination, this system which challenges every single entity of life, is something that Americans simply can't see around. The government, as we all know, is evil. Just as the corporate leaders are god-like "job creators."
Although it would be the public's best interest to borrow from the Norwegian system, there is no way it could happen given our lack of imagination.
If the question had been worded differently, you would have gotten much more interesting answers. Asking about "kansas" spending money on this is too vague and what it really means is do you think someone else should spend money on this.
A better question would be to ask the people how much more in taxes would they be willing to pay for this. Then we would see how important they really think it is.
ALEC IS VERY BAD FOR KANSAS.
It is very important for Kansas to invest in clean energy. BROWNBACK IS VERY BAD FOR KANSAS.
I don't think that question was asking what you think it was asking.
Clean energy includes nuclear power, and I'm willing to bet that the positive responses above may not have thought that was included.
Maybe this will help:
What's been the result of the Germans' efforts to switch to renewal energy?http://www.spiegel.de/international/germany/high-costs-and-errors-of-german-transition-to-renewable-energy-a-920288.html
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