4. Slightly better white-boy rapping, from Vermont’s X-10, wins for being packed with an almost scholarly level of detail on peer-review, methane capture, efficiency, and voting margins. The song pleads with Vermont’s congress to override Gov. Jim Douglas’ veto of clean energy bill H. 520. That is keeping it real with wonk appeal. Word to the 350 in 802. Out.
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