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7/22/2009 05:00 PM EDT
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re: Energy R&D agency flooded with tech proposals
RocketScientist   7/23/2009 12:26:51 PM
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Wouldn't it be great if these agency officials toned down their rhetoric? They've only "begun" to evaluate the concept papers yet they assert the number of submissions "highlights America's capacity for energy technology innovation". This over the top rhetoric, making bold assertions on the basis of the number of submissions, is yet another reason we have no confidence in these government programs. Its so much like Barak Hussein Obama continuing to make promises like a presidential candidate when he has been president for months now and should instead be assuming responsibility as president.

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