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Old 04-24-2011, 18:23   #1
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President Obama points his finger at the evil oil companies

Brilliant! Smartest President Ever Claims That Eliminating Fuel Subsidies Will Lower Gas Prices

Brilliant! Smartest President Ever Claims That Eliminating Fuel Subsidies Will Lower Gas Prices | The Gateway Pundit

F'n stupid libtarded moron. Eliminate the subsidies and . . . . In no time we will be paying $6.00 and UP a gallon. This fool has to go, the sooner the better.

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So I point the finger, you know which one, at all the fools who voted for bho and continue to drink the cool aid. Trigg Palin has more common cents in his little finger than the whole bunch of you libtards.
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More of your hypocrisy. You're against government spending, except when you're for it. That is what a subsidy is, government spending. Our national petroleum addiction is killing us, and DMW wants the government to continue to subsidize every aspect of it, from wars abroad to the construction and repair of highways. Increase the national debt for the benefit of Halliburton, the oil companies, and the most hardened oil addicts.

Hey DMW, what do you think about a government initiative to develop affordable clean, renewable energy? Along the lines of the Manhattan Project or the Space Program?
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Renewable energy, Yeah like wind, LMAO! Do I like the government subsidizing big oil companies? Hell no! Do I like paying 5 and 6 dollars a gallon, no! So what's the solution professor? Come on mr know-it-all. You libs don't want nuclear energy, prefer to erect these ugly worthless wind mills, don't want us to burn coal but are happy to sell the coal plants to china, want to un-dam the hydroelectric plants and let nature take over. PUKE!

How about we subsidize US Oil Companies to drill for oil here in the US and off our own shores rather than restrict us from developing our own resources? How about we build new refineries, how about we start charging the oil producing nations a fair price for our grain. One bushel of grain is equal to one barrel of oil. BH osama will give millions to brazil but won't allow us to drill for oil or build any new refineries. The newest one here in the USA was completed in 1971 and the oil companies have spent millions lobbying just to keep them open. There has been one on the drawing table in Arizona for at least 20 years and they are no closer today in building it than they were 20 years ago. Why? Because of you libtards, the epa, green peace, sierra club and on and on and on bring suit against every permit drawn.
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Originally Posted by freesw View Post
More of your hypocrisy. You're against government spending, except when you're for it. That is what a subsidy is, government spending. Our national petroleum addiction is killing us, and DMW wants the government to continue to subsidize every aspect of it, from wars abroad to the construction and repair of highways. Increase the national debt for the benefit of Halliburton, the oil companies, and the most hardened oil addicts.

Hey DMW, what do you think about a government initiative to develop affordable clean, renewable energy? Along the lines of the Manhattan Project or the Space Program?
I thought you said the kenyan would fix all these fairy tales, and "heal America" ?

By the way our air is fine and, if the kenyan toilet pig would stop driving down the value of our dollar, gas prices would react accordingly, and so would food prices and every other prices.
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Originally Posted by Dead Man Walking View Post
... how about we start charging the oil producing nations a fair price for our grain.
Yes! I'm all for that. Our grain is artificially cheap - and of diminishing quality - because of agricultural subsidies and direct and indirect petroleum subsidies. Furthermore, agribusiness practices destroy our topsoil and pollute our water, and deplete our aquifers. The latter may be a moot point since natural gas fracking is going to contaminate them all soon enough. Those who cause all this to happen have no regard for long term viability of the systems that actually matter, only their profit, yet they continue to be able to sell their Big Lie of a net gain from these unsustainable practices to congress, and just enough of the American people to keep them in power. Their bait? Short term prosperity. That's all. That's all they have to offer. In exchange, they get rich and the rest of us lose our country's carrying capacity.

If we're going to subsidize anything, let's subsidize gas for rural folk who depend on internal combustion transport, but only as an intermediate step. What is needed is an all-out government project to develop a means of private transportation, that can use the existing roads, independent of fossil fuels. We don't have to know how it's going to be done; do you think the scientists and engineers who worked in the space program knew how they were going to get men to the moon and back, when they started? Do you think the nuclear physicists and engineers who developed the atomic bomb knew all the details of how it would work and be built before they began? We face an environmental, economic and national security challenge today every bit as serious and potentially dire as we had to confront during World War II and the Cold War. This could be done, it should be done, and not doing it thus far has only led us deeper into the abyss. We really are ruining our environment by continuing to use so much fossil fuels. They really are getting more difficult and costly to extract. Increased global demand does put our strategic situation at greater risk. Brazil figured out a way to deal with their unique situation. We can too.
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Originally Posted by Dirty Harry View Post
I thought you said the kenyan would fix all these fairy tales, and "heal America" ?

By the way our air is fine and, if the kenyan toilet pig would stop driving down the value of our dollar, gas prices would react accordingly, and so would food prices and every other prices.
"By the way," you're talking nonsense again.
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Originally Posted by freesw View Post
"By the way," you're talking nonsense again.
Oh and, oil/natural gas don't come from dead dinosaurs.


On Sunday, AAA announced the average cost of fuel in Georgia creeped up two more cents in the past week to $3.73. The state's average has increased 27 cents in the last month.

The U.S. dollar dropped to a 16-month low against the euro last week and pushed crude prices to settle Thursday, during the shortened trading week, at $112.29 a barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange—$2.63 more than last week. Since oil is traded in U.S. currency, a weak dollar increases the appeal of crude as a commodity to those who trade with a foreign currency.
Thanks kenyan toilet pig, just keep printing money.

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EPA to Shell Oil: on second thought, no you can’t drill in Alaska

"Don’t pay any attention to what the young president says, watch what he’s doing and what he’s doing is choking off oil exploration in the United States slowly and deliberately. If the lefties win on this one America is not doomed to second place, America is doomed to be in last place."

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Promise Kept

"Under my plan energy prices would necessarily skyrocket." Barack insane osama January 2008

The toilet pig kept his promise.
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Brazil figured out a way to deal with their unique situation. We can too.[/QUOTE]

Only bad thing is Brazil is burning up a lot of valuable food recourses, which in turn, is a horrible thing in itself. Corn Fuel is not the answer. Hydrogen is the way of the future. The only problem is it will take time and some serious $$$
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Brazil's not using corn for their ethanol, but sugarcane, which does not require the fossil fuel and water inputs corn does.

http://cei.org/studies-issue-analysi...nol-experience

Note, I am not saying ethanol is the solution for us. There is a solution for us, but we have yet to find, develop and implement it. Because it is an urgent national necessity, government has a legitimate role in organizing this project and ensuring it is implemented. I would go so far as to say government has a responsibility to do this.
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Originally Posted by freesw View Post
Brazil's not using corn for their ethanol, but sugarcane, which does not require the fossil fuel and water inputs corn does.

The Brazilian Sugarcane Ethanol Experience | Competitive Enterprise Institute

Note, I am not saying ethanol is the solution for us. There is a solution for us, but we have yet to find, develop and implement it. Because it is an urgent national necessity, government has a legitimate role in organizing this project and ensuring it is implemented. I would go so far as to say government has a responsibility to do this.
No, I'm sorry, but government has no legitimate place in "organizing" this project. Government has no place in picking winners and losers, in at least part because government is too tunneled in its "vision" to recognize when a true breakthrough occurs. Breakouts or break-throughs are random events, and so cannot be planned for. You don't "manage" random things. You hope that someone will notice them (and it's usually NOT someone who initiates them). In the meantime, we should make the most of what we DO have - which is plenty of energy, in a variety of formats. Enough to be far more independent than we are today. That will be a significant advance from where we are.
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Originally Posted by Devereaux View Post
No, I'm sorry, but government has no legitimate place in "organizing" this project. Government has no place in picking winners and losers, in at least part because government is too tunneled in its "vision" to recognize when a true breakthrough occurs. Breakouts or break-throughs are random events, and so cannot be planned for. You don't "manage" random things. You hope that someone will notice them (and it's usually NOT someone who initiates them). In the meantime, we should make the most of what we DO have - which is plenty of energy, in a variety of formats. Enough to be far more independent than we are today. That will be a significant advance from where we are.
This is the main reason we have to get the kenyan community organizer out of the white house.
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The Obama Administration is clearly the most anti-energy administration ever.

"The Obama Administration is clearly the most anti-energy administration ever. Will Collier has a noteworthy item up today over at PajamasMedia on soaring gasoline prices and the Obama Administration's hypocritical policy of paying lip service to increased oil production at home while doing everything possible to hinder any real increase in domestic oil production. (For example, Greg Pollowitz notes over at NRO's Planet Gore that the Obama EPA has once again denied an operating permit for Shell Oil to begin drilling offshore in Alaska--where there is an estimated 27 billion barrels of crude to be had--on a lease where Shell has shelled out over $6 billion to get started.)"

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Originally Posted by Dead Man Walking View Post
"The Obama Administration is clearly the most anti-energy administration ever. Will Collier has a noteworthy item up today over at PajamasMedia on soaring gasoline prices and the Obama Administration's hypocritical policy of paying lip service to increased oil production at home while doing everything possible to hinder any real increase in domestic oil production. (For example, Greg Pollowitz notes over at NRO's Planet Gore that the Obama EPA has once again denied an operating permit for Shell Oil to begin drilling offshore in Alaska--where there is an estimated 27 billion barrels of crude to be had--on a lease where Shell has shelled out over $6 billion to get started.)"

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The entire earth is full of oil fields, and now they are starting to see signs that the earth is currently producing more oil and natural gas.
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The entire earth is full of oil fields ...
No more readily accessible ones. Increasingly, those that remain require unacceptable environmental risk (such as in the arctic) or far too much toxic chemicals for the extraction process to be viable. This situation worsens every year. And now we know Saudi Arabia and other OPEC countries have exaggerated their reserves because it allows them to sell more of what they do have annually.

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... the earth is currently producing more oil and natural gas.
Of course it is, and there will be a measurable increase in about a hundred thousand years.
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No more accessible ones. Increasingly, they require unacceptable environmental risk (such as in the arctic) or require far too much toxic chemicals for the extraction process to be viable. This situation worsens every year. And now we know Saudi Arabia and other OPEC countries have exaggerated their reserves because it allows them to sell more of what they do have annually.


Of course it is, and there will be a measurable increase in about a hundred thousand years.
Really, wow, so you've been down way below the ocean floors and all the way into the canter of the earth to document and prove this silly statement of yours?
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Really, wow, so you've been down way below the ocean floors and all the way into the canter of the earth to document and prove this silly statement of yours?
It's hardly surprising that a global warming denier would believe any foolish pseudoscience that further enables his wishful thinking. What makes you dangerous is that you'll eagerly fall for politicians who feed your own fiction back to you in exchange for votes. Fiction that originates not with evidence and science, but in the schemes of those whose sole motive is their own short-term gain and who have no regard whatsoever for truth or the long-term well-being of the country and citizenry. The professed belief in such misinformation is an absolute requirement for today's right wing cult. This is why so many Republicans either decide not to run for office again, or sell their integrity and publicly disavow what they know to be true.

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hydrocarbons are also produced on other planets you welfare case, do they have dead animals too



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Name one oil field where this "abiotic" oil is being tapped.
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Name one oil field where this "abiotic" oil is being tapped.
Go read some the articles for christs sake, Im not your mother or your social worker

They are seeing strong evidence that suggests abiotic oil is real, which scares the hell out of you fools and your "global warming" lie, in fact abiotic oil is probably why the left manufactured "global warming".
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World Net Daily's not exactly a reliable source for science or anything else.

As for the Wired article, let us know when going to Saturn for oil is a viable option.

So where is this abiotic oil field here on earth, DH?
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Originally Posted by freesw View Post
World Net Daily's not exactly a reliable source for science or anything else.

As for the Wired article, let us know when going to Saturn for oil is a viable option.

So where is this abiotic oil field here on earth, DH?
A lot of dead animals on Saturn were their?
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