Tuesday, April 22, 2008

It’s Earth Day – Where’s Tiahrt?

Kansas Sen. Donald Betts Jr, who is opposing Rep. Todd Tiahrt, will attend an Earth Day event on April 22, 6 p.m., at Wichita State University. He will be on a panel discussion titled "Green Energy Options in Kansas,"

" Lt. Gov. Parkinson to attend WSU Earth Day panel
Kansas Lt. Gov. Mark Parkinson plans to take part in a panel discussion titled "Green Energy Options in Kansas," on Earth. Day at 6 p.m.
Tuesday, April 22.
The event will be held at Wichita State University in 209 Hubbard Hall. Parkinson is co-chair of the Kansas Energy Council and chair of the Kansas Wind Working Group.Additional confirmed panelists include Kansas Sen. Donald Betts Jr.; WSU Distinguished Professor Emeritus Bill Wentz; and several other green energy experts. Betts has recently dealt with the proposed Holcomb coal-fired power plant expansion issue in the Kansas Legislature. He also is running for the seat in Congress currently held by Rep. Todd Tiahrt."

Of course the bigger question is Where’s Tiahrt?

More likely he’s finding ways to help businesses get around “green” standards to improve the earth’s climate and help with global warming. He’s hiding from events such as this.

Could Tiahrt even spot the planet earth if he were in space?

Here’s a hint! This planet has no clouds are atmosphere. It’s Mercury, Todd, not earth. It looks more like the planet you are trying to create.

1 comment:

DooDahBlue said...

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