No, the dodge is your asking the question in the first place. You claimed it was a failure. I proved that wrong. You're now trying to dodge it by asking a different question, instead of admitting you were wrong.Answering my question with "it's irrelevant" is not an answer, that is a dodge
You really should just quit making **** up.See, I think you know that so called 'green energy' only accounts for 1% or so in total energy output in this country
Renewable energy accounts for somewhere between 11.2% and 13.2% of energy production in the United States.
Renewable energy in the United States - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
World Energy Statistics | World Energy Consumption & Stats
P.S.: You'll also notice in that second link, when you click down to the United States, the large increase in wind and solar power. And if you click on the link, you'll read this:
Source: https://estore.enerdata.net/united-states-energy.htmlThe use of renewable energies should increase substantially in the coming years. The objective at the federal level is for renewables to account for 20% of power production by 2020.
A) You have no idea what you are talking about.and that destroys your claim of how good it is doing here
B) Even if it had been a lower number, it wouldn't have changed the GROWTH of these renewable energy sources under Obama, which defeated your claim it was a failure. So congratulations, you've managed to suffer the indignity of being wrong twice on the same point.
Says the person who is hiding behind a dodge by asking a question after being proven wrong, a question to which he doesn't even know the answer......So, have a nice night, we are done until you can have an honest conversation.
Speaking of honesty, I'm STILL waiting for you to apologize on all of the false claims you've made (and we can add your 1% claim to the pile). You talk about honesty, where is your apology for your false statements? I wouldn't even be surprised if you don't post again in this thread, because we both know you have been wrong in just about everything you've said, and despite your talk about honesty, you don't seem to want to apology for being mistaken.