The man behind the memes of the town hall presidential debate is getting his fifteen minutes of fame during his short, but important question: What step will your energy policy take to meet our energy needs while at the same time remaining environmentally friendly and minimizing job loss for fossil power plant workers?
While this post isn't about politics, I will say Trump was in favor of clean coal and Clinton was promoting hydraulic fracturing for oil and gas.
We all know who Clinton and Trump are, but who is the man behind this brilliant question?
As it turns out, Kenneth Bone - the man the country fell in love with after seeing him taking photos with his disposable camera at the national debate - works at Prairie State Energy Campus in Lively Grove, IL. This plant happens to be on a list of plants that need the most work to clean up the energy process.
Bone described himself, "I work in coal and I care deeply about the environment."
So, which policy will he find to be the best of both worlds?
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