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 TodayPresident Barack Obama addressed the National Academy of Sciences and promised to devote “more than 3% of our GDP to research and development” which will be the largest investment in scientific research in our nation’s history, exceeding the investment initiated by President Kennedy that fueled the space race in the 1960’s.

Obama addressed an audience that stands to gain significantly from this commitment as he touted his green energy initiatives to provide competitive renewable energy. Obama has formed a pact with science to battle the evil of global warming and climate change  which, if not addressed by this administration, at this time, on this day will yield the end of human kind. Barack Obama has a great advantage when it comes to funding his initiatives that other CEO’s do not have access to. He can print more money as needed and bill the public through higher taxes.

The Obama administration is aligned with the scientific community that advocates the passage of the Safe Climate Act of 2009. Obama  referred to “my Budget” numerous times through out the speech clearly wanting credit from those in the audience for his intended transformation of America through science. As any experienced CEO understands leadership is an inclusive process. When a CEO addresses a strategic plan or a corporate budget he or she will speak to our plan or our budget. Obama who at one point during the presentation was embarrassed due to a teleprompter miscue has opted for me and mine over us and ours.

 The President stated  ” the days of science taking a back seat  to ideology is over” and affirmed that his administration will be guided by science as decisions are made. The President and his supporters in Congress will in fact continue to leverage the National Academy Of Sciences to provide the necessary rationale to support their progressive agenda as the President pursues “greatness” no matter the cost or practical consideration required to attain it.

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