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Oct 19 2011

Windmills Halted at Night Lest They Hurt Bats

Apparently enviro-sensitive moonbats don’t care much about the thousands of birds killed by the economically inefficient windmills they impose through government subsidies, but when the noisy and hideous contraptions start chopping up their fellow bats in Pennsylvania, action must be taken:

Night operation of the windmills in the North Allegheny Windpower Project has been halted following discovery of a dead Indiana bat under one of the turbines, an official with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service said Monday. …

The find is significant because the Indiana bat is an endangered species and is protected by the federal Endangered Species Act.

So after the taxpayer was forced to spend who knows how many $millions on these eyesores, they won’t even run at night, rendering them even less likely to meet anyone’s energy needs. Good thing windmills serve only as symbols to help liberals feel pleased with themselves about their good intentions. If anyone actually relied on them, this would be trouble.

Indiana bat
With its mouth open, an Indiana bat looks just like a moonbat.

On tips from Mickey Shea, The MaryHunter, Stormfax, and Dave H.

12 Responses to “Windmills Halted at Night Lest They Hurt Bats”

  1. chuck in st paul says:

    These monstrocities are the poster children for pretty near everything that comes out of libthink. Just as sure as night follows day The Law Of Unintended Consequences follows any libtard project.

  2. Hail The Amberlamps! says:

    I have an idea. Start a Gaia cult worshipping the Holy Windmills of Texas. Herd the moonbats into congregations around the sacred gods at sunset and sunrise. The resultant bat salad will rain loving rabies juice down on them.

    Since they live in Opposite World, the rabies infection will actually make them sane (or not). Either way, problem solved.

  3. Ozconservative says:

    That bat kinda looks like Debbie Waffen-SS Schultz

  4. Sinister66 says:

    Thousands of birds isnt bad seeing as almost a billion die per year from flying into windows.

    Isnt shutting the windmills down at night a good thing?

  5. A. Levy says:

    The longer the American sheeple tolerate the radical EnviroNazi’s, the less liberty and freedom we will have. And we have very little left as it is.

  6. Chris in N.Va. says:

    Perfectly predictable result of those who, shall we say, already have plenty of “bats in their belfries.”

  7. rogerthat says:

    What about the raptors that get killed every day. They are protected/threatened/endangered. What about the possibility that an Ivory Bill happens to fly by or a leaping DODO happens along.

    Maybe we should only use windmills on calm days.

  8. born in 76 says:

    So that don’t operate at night, or when it to windy, or when there’s no wind, and when they are in use they’re slaughtering flocks of birds. Great technology :/

  9. Fried argues says:

    One bat? ONE BAT? Oh my god we are so screwed….. Don’t turn on that lamp, it might kill a moth…… They really won’t be happy until we are shivering, starving, in the dark, naked. Then the Special People will still be flying around with 20 people in a 757, because they are Special

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