Obama-cares VS Trumpcare Facts

Obamacare Repeal Updates

Obamacare VS Trumpcare Facts

Updated May 25, 2017

Job Creation during Presidential Term/Political Party

Private Sector Job Creation during Presidential Term/Political Party

What do you think

the report

will read



What would

the report


if it was

about Madam President-Cares?

The CBO released their score of Trumpcare 2.0 and the news is just as expected

The Congressional Budget Office (CBO) announced their score for this version of the American Health Care Act and the news is good and bad. Here are the highlights:

Rural areas of the country could be hurt the most if the republicans eliminate Medicaid.


For starters,

(Coal Country States)

like Kentucky,

States that voted republican, will be suffering the most if Trumpcare replaces (Obama-Cares)!

Since 2004, 1.1 Million jobs were created because of Obama-Cares.

Kentucky stands to lose 20,000 jobs because of Trumpcare,

(U.K Healthcare Hospital).

Tuesday, May 9, 2017 08:58 AM EDT

Obama-cares was never the

“job killer”

Republicans warned it would be —


Trumpcare will be!

Researchers estimate the GOP’s new health care plan could cost America as many as

3 million jobs


Over 20,000 Retired Coal Miners

Could Lose Health Insurance

This Week

Jon Perri

Apr 25, 2017



Alternative fuel is free! If a company had included alternative ways to heat, cool, and make hot water years ago, they would now be on the cutting edge of this progress, alas, American companies still cannot see their hands in front of their faces, so to speak and the then 3rd world countries are now first at this newer energy saver type of fuel.



Trump’s 100-day “contract” only 10 he fulfilled.

Trump set out an ambitious agenda

for his first 100 days

The Associated Press

identified 38 specific promises

Trump made in his 100-day

“contract” with voters,

only 10 of which he fulfilled.

Trump’s accomplishments

mostly came through

executive orders

rather than legislation,

the AP noted.

Though Trump had identified legislation

he’d fight to pass in his first 100 days,

none of it has come to pass.


Trump’s first 100 days were unlike any we’ve ever seen

here are all the promises he’s kept and broken

identified 38 specific promises

Pamela Engel and Associated Press

Marchers use Trump’s 100th day to protest climate policies

Demonstrators sit on the ground along Pennsylvania Ave. in front of the White House in Washington, Saturday, April 29, 2017, during a demonstration and march. Thousands of people gathered across the country to march in protest of President Donald Trump’s environmental policies, which have included rolling back restrictions on mining, oil drilling and greenhouse gas emissions at coal-fired power plants. The demonstrators sat down for 100 seconds to mark President Trump’s first 100 days in office.

(AP Photo/Pablo Martinez Monsivais)

Published April 29. 2017

By GENE JOHNSON, Associated Press


Power to your home

Power to your home, you make the choice


What is Pollution

Pollution is the introduction of contaminants into the natural environment that cause adverse change. Pollution can take the form of chemical substances or energy, such as noise, heat or light. Pollutants, the components of pollution, can be either foreign substances/energies or naturally occurring contaminants. Pollution is often classed as point source or nonpoint source pollution.


Coal Pollution

Existing coal plants in the United States

Does Trump Enterprise have stock in Coal?

Oil Pollution

Oil refineries in the United States

Gas Pollution

Gas, Refinery in the United States

Manta has 94 companies under Gas, Refinery in the United States

Nuclear Pollution

Nuclear Power

How many power plants are there in the United States?

As of the end of August 2016,

There were about 7,658 power plants in the United States that have operational generators

with nameplate electricity generation capacities of at least 1 megawatt (MW).

A power plant may have one or more generators, and some generators may use more than one type of fuel.

Wind Power

Installed Wind Capacity

Does Trump Enterprise have stock in the Wind?


How do we know this?

Because he is taking from this to give to his companies, that’s how we know!

Solar Power

Solar power in the United States


110 volts or 12 volts on your pocketbook?

110 volts or 12 volts on your pocketbook

I have tried everything that I can think

of to prove

that alternative energy

should be our future.

Except science.

This time let us try a little science,

very little because I am not a scientist.

Therefore, I am using these two links.

Electrical current is measured in amperes


Amperage is the amperage that a light bulb is designed to operate

at under normal conditions


At the voltage, the bulb was designed to operate at

Almost all bulbs

have their power wattage

reported on them,

For example

the bulbs can be 40, 60, 100, etc Watts.

This number is


used by the bulb.

The power consumes,


is related to the operating voltage,



the current drawn, I, as the following:

Power (P) = Voltage (V) x Current (I)

So to find the current drawn,

simply divide the power by the operating voltage.

In the United States,

most household appliances work at 110 Volts.


the calculation is divided the Wattage by 110.

For example:

A 40- Watts bulb draws 0.36 Amps to operate.

A 60 -Watts bulb draws 0.54 Amps to operate.

An 80 -Watts bulb draws 0.72 Amps to operate.

A 100-Watts bulb draws 0.90 Amps.


A 12-volt light bulb runs off a battery, solar, wind


Other alternative power (Watts).

I = P/V or I = 100 W/6 V = 16.67 amps

What would happen if you use a 12-volt battery and a 12-volt light bulb to get 100 watts of power?

I = 100 W/12 V = 8.33 amps

In an electrical system, increasing either the current or the voltage will result in higher power.

Let us say you have a system

with a 6-volt light bulb

hooked up to a 6-volt battery.

The power output of the light bulb is 100 watts.

Using the equation I = P/V,

we can calculate how much current in amps

would be required to get 100 watts out of this 6-volt bulb.

You know that

P = 100 W,


V = 6 V.

Therefore, you can rearrange the equation to solve for

I –

and substitute in the numbers

I = P/V or I = 100 W/6 V = 16.67 amps

What would happen if you use a 12-volt battery


a 12-volt light bulb

to get 100 watts of power?

I = 100 W/12 V = 8.33 amps

So this system produces the same power,

but with half the current.

There is an advantage that comes from using

less current to make the same amount of power.

The resistance in electrical wires consumes power, and the power consumed increases as the current going through the wires increases.

You can see how this happens by doing a little rearranging of the two equations.

What you need is an equation for power in terms of resistance and current.

Let’s rearrange the first equation:

I = V/R can be restated as V = I*R

Now you can substitute the equation for V into the other equation:

P = V*I substituting for V we get P = I*R*I, or P = I2*R

What this equation tells you is that the power consumed by the wires increases if the resistance of the wires increases (for instance, if the wires get smaller or are made of a less conductive material).

But it increases dramatically if the current going through the wires increases.

So using a higher voltage to reduce the current can make electrical systems more efficient.

The efficiency of electric motors also improves at higher voltages.

This improvement in efficiency is what is driving the automobile industry to adopt a higher voltage standard. Carmakers are moving toward a 42-volt electrical system from

the current 12-volt electrical systems.

The electrical demand on cars has been steadily increasing since the first cars were made.

The first cars didn’t even have electrical headlights; they used oil lanterns.

Today cars have thousands of electrical circuits, and future cars will demand even more power.

The change to 42 volts will help cars meet the greater electrical demand placed on them without having to increase the size of wires and generators to handle the greater current.

To learn more about electricity


related topics, check out the links on the next page.


Lebanon Connecticut is going ‘Green’!

Hey Florida, even Lebanon Connecticut is going Green!


Greenhouse at Lebanon farm producing power along with plants


Lebanon Connecticut is going ‘Green’!

With the help of

the Connecticut Democratic Party


President Obama’s style of Governing.




Employees, dignitaries and other guests gather at Pride’s Corner Farm on Waterman Road in Lebanon for an event to recognize the farm’s new 240-kilowatt solar array Friday, March 3, 2017. (Sean D. Elliot/The Dayhttp://www.theday.com/local/20170303/greenhouse-at-lebanon-farm-producing-power-along-with-plants

Published March 03. 2017 12:55PM

By Judy Benson Day staff writer


Lebanon —

Even in the morning’s chilly breezes and barren late winter landscape, Friday’s bright sunshine wasn’t going to waste at Pride’s Corner Farm on Waterman Road.

“We’re getting 25 percent of the farm’s electricity needs from the solar panels,”

said Mark Sellew, owner of the 400-acre plant farm.

“They’re already hooked up to the grid.”

With local, state and federal lawmakers and other officials on hand, Sellew celebrated the recent installation of 725 solar panels atop a new open-sided greenhouse that will be busy this spring with 100 workers cleaning, tagging and packing 2,200 varieties of nursery plants for shipping to privately owned garden centers, wholesalers and landscape contractors throughout the Northeast.

Before cutting a silky green ribbon to mark the occasion, Sellew credited the partnership of federal and state agencies, including the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Connecticut Resource Conservation and Development Area, the Connecticut Farm Energy Program and the state Department of Agriculture, with helping make the project happen.

Sitting atop a two-acre concrete pad, the metal-frame greenhouse was built with a $600,000 USDA grant and $1.6 million of the farm’s own funds, Sellew said. The panels will produce 240 kilowatts of electricity, or about 296,600 kilowatts annually, said Eric Virkler, project manager for Earthlight, the Ellington-based company that designed the greenhouse and installed the panels.

While some of the power produced by the panels will be used for lights and conveyor belts inside the greenhouse, most will be sent to a nearby inverter building, where it will be distributed to the rest of the farm, Virkler said.

One of the unique aspects of the design, he said, is that half the roof is covered with polycarbonate sheets that allow light into the structure, while the other half are metal sheets that can support the weight of the panels.

Amanda Fargo-Johnson, program coordinator for the Connecticut Farm Energy Program, said the Pride’s Corner solar project is the second largest renewable energy project supported by the organization, but more are in the works. The energy program, part of the USDA, provided technical assistance for the project.

Among speakers at the brief ceremony was Emily Boushee, spokeswoman for Sen. Chris Murphy, D-Conn. She praised the new greenhouse as a facility that will improve efficiency for workers by providing a shaded space protected from the rain, while also producing renewable power.

Rep. Joe Courtney, D-2nd District, said the project is one of many examples of how solar energy is growing in Connecticut.

“Connecticut is never going to drill for oil or mine coal, but we have a burgeoning solar industry,”

he said.




God help us to help Mother Earth


God help us to help Mother Earth


If one looks at the past month or so,

it looks as though

Caring for Mother Earth

will be set on the

‘Back Burner’

for around 16 years.


8 years because the Vultures


(Trumplethinskin and his pets),

Are in charge now.



8 years after that because their Hyena

(Pence and his hatchet Goonys),

is set up to follow.


Battered Beaches:


Matthew eroded nearly two million cubic feet of sand and dunes in a matter of hours. Estimates pieced together over the past four months indicate repairing that damage — replacing just the sand the hurricane eroded, not any previous critical erosion —

could cost nearly $50 million.

Another $32 million


may be spent to repair and protect State Road A1A north and south of Flagler Beach, not including an already planned federal project.

Restoring coastal erosion from Matthew could cost $50 million


Homes, motels, hotels and business that build along the coast of the Atlantic Ocean get what they deserve every year.


The taxpaying citizens pay for this every year!

The state of Florida, the towns along the coast of Florida and the Federal Government (FEMA), repair those beaches, roads and buildings, with our tax-money, every year!


only a small percentage of Floridians

were able to get any help

from, all of the above!



This is proof positive that humans


are helping fossil fuel


to destroy the ozone quicker than ever before.