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Old 06-25-2008, 04:15 PM   #11
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Oil that will take ten years to reach market won't affect today's market.
it is my understanding that this is a huge misconception...

originally it was 7-8 years, which was exagerated(rounded) to 10. now, new tech dictates as few as 3. but...

it is said there are "capped" wells, if uncapped could start the refining process almost immediately. not to mention the price (lowering) affect of the market when the terror funders know they have competition.

furthermore, the prospect of surplus(trade) and new jobs to stengthen the USD and the economy are undeniable!

bottom line...it will affect today and the future. if not now, then when?
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Old 06-25-2008, 04:25 PM   #12
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Drill where there's oil, conserve, and develop alternatives. Why can't we do it all at once? Are we too parochial as a nation? Too stupid of legislators? Do our Congressmen and Senators prefer politics over the safety and health of our nation? Or have we become a nation of incompetents?
because THAT would stunt the growth of "green"(the movement) money. and...yes, yes, and yes!

it's ironic how the republicans are accused(by democrats) of filling their pockets while aiding corp America. meanwhile, the democrats do the same thing with the help of religious enviro America.

the difference is, the republicans are not hurting the economy as adversely. at least not for hard working, motivated individuals. generally speaking of course.
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Old 06-25-2008, 07:25 PM   #13
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Why? Dooya think prices will drop and allow us to continue with our cheap 100 mile daily commutes in SUVs?

Incidentally, that governor is representative of the biggest reason why we are facing a resources quandry in the first place: she's an extravagant breeder. They do more damage than SUVs.
so to make things simple, where do you stand on it? drill or not? it's hard to gauge where you stand on the issue here.
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Old 06-25-2008, 07:30 PM   #14
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it is my understanding that this is a huge misconception...

originally it was 7-8 years, which was exagerated(rounded) to 10. now, new tech dictates as few as 3. but...

it is said there are "capped" wells, if uncapped could start the refining process almost immediately. not to mention the price (lowering) affect of the market when the terror funders know they have competition.

furthermore, the prospect of surplus(trade) and new jobs to stengthen the USD and the economy are undeniable!

bottom line...it will affect today and the future. if not now, then when?
you got that right. the dems have been blocking drilling for decades and now they are using that very same reason so we don't drill.

they don't like the war in the Iraq, yet they don't want to drill domestically. that shows that they are willing to send oil dollars overseas to fund terrorism against the very american lives they (the democrats) represent. John Kerry right is forcing the administration to block Exxon from getting an oil contract in Iraq since, Kerry is saying, that it would appear that we only went to war for the oil....way too late to save face now doesn't it. American lives have been lost over there and Kerry is worried about "saving face?" that reminds why I didn't vote for him...and that's a bigger reminder for me never to vote for any democrat again.

they are indeed enemy of the state!
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Old 06-25-2008, 07:56 PM   #15
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I'm afraid this has gotten too stupid to respond to.
too stupid? why?
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