the Democratsand the Republicans,
with alternative energy--that's working out really well.
I can guarantee,in your lifetime...
you ain't gonna see it.
I've waited 35 years for someform of alternative energy.
And we could have any kind ofalternative energy we want. Why?
'Cause we'rethe greatest country on Earth.
Except when it comesto getting (bleep) done.
We, uh, how... we could havefairy dust if we wanted it.
We have iPods, for God's sake.
We have iPods!
We made an iPod!
'Kay? And we can't have solarenergy, not even in Las Vegas,
where the sun is a footfrom your head?
Well, if you ask any congressmanwhy we don't have solar energy,
they go, "'Cause it's too hard.
It makes me squeeze my pee-peeso I don't poo-poo."
"We don't have solar energy
"'cause the sun goes awayeach day
and it doesn't tell youwhere it's going."
We could have any kindof energy we want.
All you have to do is gather upall those scientists
who know exactly, um,what they're after,
and-and, uh, and allthose graduate students
who've done nothingbut study it,
and you lock them intoa warehouse,
and you surround themwith the National Guard,
and you tell them they bettercome up with something
or we'll kill 'em.
That's my idea, and that's...
That's the kind of idea I havethat, uh, makes it impossible
for me to be Presidentof the United States.