I’m not usually a fan of Greenpeace, but this is pretty funny.
One thing that does need to be pointed out, though…
Wind tubines, solar power, etc are unlikely to have much direct impact on the price of gasoline, because relatively little electricity comes from oil. The primary sources of electrical power in the U.S. are coal, natural gas, and nuclear. Alternative electricity sources could have an indirect effect on oil consumption, however, by reducing natural gas prices relative to oil and hence letting nat gas displace oil for some uses, such as heating. But it’s not as simple as “crank up the windmills and watch the oil imports go down.”
None of which provides any excuse for Kennedy.