Blaming the Navy

I love how “senior leadership” forced the Great Green Fleet on the Navy. Along with the deal, we were mandated into buying $26-a-gallon gas. And after all of that, the name-blame begins:

But the Navy may be its own worst enemy in this mission. In an in-depth piece called “How the Navy’s Incompetence Sank the ‘Green Fleet‘, Noah Schactman describes the Navy’s dependence on an uncertain fuel source and the havoc fluctuations in the oil markets have wrecked on the military’s long-term financial planning.

The U.S.S. Nimitz

 Let the World’s Finest Navy be.

4 thoughts on “Blaming the Navy”

  1. Both Republicans and Democrats have voted to kill the Navy’s (Maybus’) bio-fuel (Green) fuel purchases. Thank you. There are sane people in congress. Drill Baby Drill.

  2. And you are going to take the word of a guy named Noah? The sailor who captained an animal farm? What does he know about the price of gas in the US or anywhere else?

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