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Posted: 02/27/2012 3:57 PM

The Democrat Gas hypocrisy...... 





The Democrat Gas Hypocrisy February 27, 2012

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RUSH: Michael Janovsky at the New York Times, April 24th, 2006, about six years ago: "Democrats Eager to Exploit Anger Over Gas Prices." This is back in 2006. The Democrats were running for office in the midterm elections trying to talk us into a recession. This is after they had failed at trying to talk us into failure in Iraq. "Democrats running for Congress are moving quickly to use the most recent surge in oil and gasoline prices to bash Republicans over energy policy, and more broadly, the direction of the country. With oil prices hitting a high this week and prices at the pump topping $3 a gallon in many places..." We're now over $5 in California. In 2006, with "prices at the pump topping $3 a gallon in many places Amy Klobuchar, a Democratic Senate candidate in Minnesota, is making the issue the centerpiece of her campaign. Ms. Klobuchar says it 'is one of the first things people bring up' at her campaign stops. To varying degrees, Democrats around the country are following a similar script that touches on economic anxiety and populist resentment against oil companies." Yep! "'It's a metaphor for an economy that keeps biting people despite overall good numbers,' said Senator Charles E. Schumer of New York..." What else do we have, Chuck-U? Oh, Chuck-U is in the news today, folks. Chuck-U tells Clinton to pressure Saudi Arabia to pump more oil. Senator Chuck-U Schumer "wants Secretary of State Hillary Clinton to press..." She's got her own section in the program today for her own rampant hypocrisy. (We'll get to that in due course.) Chuck-U Schumer "wants Secretary of State Hillary Clinton to press Saudi Arabia to boost output as rising prices are hitting consumer at the gasoline pump." Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa! Wait a minute. More oil? Chuck-U wants more oil? Is that what asking the Saudis to do, pump more oil? Is that right? Is that what that means? Senator Schumer tells Clinton to pressure Saudis to pump more oil? He wants more oil? Then how come this regime vetoes the Keystone pipeline and has a drilling moratorium in the Gulf of Mexico and makes fun of/mocks the concept of producing more oil in the United States? So Senator Chuck-U Schumer is asking Senator Clinton to make us more dependent on foreign oil! That's what he's doing when he's asking her to pressure the Saudis, pump more oil. He wants us to be more dependent. He doesn't want to use our own oil. Obama doesn't want to use our own oil. How come Chuck-U is not out there saying, "Everybody go buy a Volt?" How come Chuck-U's not saying, "Hey, everybody go buy a Prius, go buy a hybrid"? How come Chuck-U's not out there saying, "Get your tire gauge out and make sure the pressure is right and get a tune-up"? That's what Obama do. So the Democrats want more oil. They want the price to come down with more supply. Funny how that never works domestically. So 2006, New York Times: "Democrats Eager to Exploit Anger Over Gas Prices" -- at $3 a gallon. From BigGovernment.com Wynton Hall with the story: "Seven Gas Facts Obama Cannot Escape -- 1. "In September 2008, Barack Obama’s 'Nobel-prize winning physicist' of an Energy Secretary, Steven Chu, told the Wall Street Journal: 'Somehow we have to figure out how to boost the price of gasoline to the levels in Europe,'" which is much higher than what we pay. Obama has said he wants high prices. Why don't these guys come out and say, "This exactly what we want"? Steven Chu, the energy secretary, Nobel-prize winning physicist has advocated for higher prices. So has Obama. Now they're getting higher prices. You know why? They want higher prices so you'll have to go out and buy a Volt or a hybrid or get on a bus or get on a subway or take mass transit and become like a number. A robot. An interchangeable part of the system, like a Chinese citizen taking orders and dictates from the state and their command-and-control economy. The truth is, they want higher prices. The problem is it's an election year. Can't advocate for higher gas prices in an election year. "2. In 2008, then-candidate Barack Obama admitted that, like his future Energy Secretary Mr. Chu, he believed that high gas prices would be a good thing because they would force Americans to ween [sic] themselves off of oil, but that he would have 'prefered [sic] a gradual adjustment.'" We had the sound bite last week. We reminded you of it when gasoline hit four bucks and Obama said: It's okay; it's okay. I'm just a little upset how fast it got there. 3. On January 19, 2009, the day before Barack Obama [immaculated] gas prices were $1.84 a gallon. As of February 20, 2012 a gallon of gas cost $3.59," and now it's close to $5 a gallon. And don't forget, in 2006 it was $3 a gallon, and the Democrats are out exploiting it and trying to turn it into a big political issue. "4. As Senator Kay Bailey Hutchinson points out, 'Offshore drilling permits are being issued at less than half the rate of the previous administration. The average number of leases issued on public lands is less than half than during President Clinton’s term.' 5. In 2008, Barack Obama seemed perfectly comfortable with soaring energy prices if they meant curbing greenhouse gas emissions. "As Mr. Obama confessed: 'Under my plan of a cap and trade system, electricity rates would necessarily skyrocket.'" In their hearts and minds, Obama and the left are LOVING gas prices go up. They just can't say so. But they love it. And that's why there's not a huge effort to bring them down. There's a huge effort to make you think they want to, but how many stories have you seen where Obama says, "Ah, there's really not a whole lot the president can do"? And Jay Carney says, "Well, there's not a whole lot the president can do." In 2006, don't forget, Chuck Schumer and John F. Kerry (who, by the way, served in Vietnam) were mocking Bush for asking the Saudis to pump more oil! Arabs producing more oil makes prices go down, but somehow the US pumping more oil won't make any difference. That's what they tell us. "Nah-nah-nah. That's the stupidest thing we ever heard of! That's a tired, worn-out cliché. 'Drill, drill, drill,' and for 30 years they've been saying that. That's what the Republicans always say. Just drill, drill. That's gonna take us two to three years!" Well, where would we be if 30 years ago we had just started drilling, drilling, drilling? Chuck-U Schumer in 2008: "Schumer to Bush: Stop 'Coddling' Big Oil, Saudis," and get on 'em and make 'em pump more. And Chuck-U wants Hillary to do the same thing now. Obama, he can lower the sea level but he can't lower the price of oil. "7. Try as he might, President Obama’s campaign will try to distance themselves from the fact that a central pillar of Mr. Obama's 2008 campaign was a pledge to reduce the 'pain at the pump' caused by high gas prices." We can go back and we can get all of that audio that was a centerpiece of his campaign, a pillar, to reduce pain at the pump.  But missing no opportunity to invoke class warfare, Obama said, "For the well-off in this country, high gas prices are mostly an annoyance, but to most Americans they're a huge problem, bordering on a crisis.  Here in Indiana gas costs $3.60 a gallon," he said in 2008.  Now it's 2012, we're over $5 a gallon, and there's not much we can do about it. And from MSNBC: "8 Reasons Why Gas Will Hit $5 a Gallon This Year."  I'll just read through them.  Not gonna give you details.  Number one, Strait of Hormuz.  Number two, Iran.  Number three, refiners raising prices.  Number four, other geopolitical risks.  Number five, the European Union may save itself.  Number six, the US economic recovery means higher oil prices.  Number seven, summertime.  Number eight, supply risk.  In all eight of these reasons, not one of them mention Obama or his energy policies.  So we have every effort in the world being made to shield Obama from any relationship to high gasoline prices, despite what the Democrats did all during '05, '06, '07, and '08. We even have some Republicans now saying, "We really don't want to try to tie the president to this, market forces no president can control." We said back in 2006 there's nothing Bush can do about it.  The president does not have a magic wand.  Releasing from the strategic reserves doesn't make a significant long-term difference in the price of oil.  And people who said that back then want us to say something consistent now.  "Well, come on, let's not jump on Obama for this.  We all know honestly that presidents can't do anything about it."  Bush was not choking the supply, however.  Obama is.  Obama is a factor in the price of gasoline.  See, that's the difference, Obama is a factor in the price of oil.  Obama wants higher oil prices, his energy secretary and he have both said so.  They want higher oil price.  This is not making it up.  They want higher oil prices.  It's less freedom.  It's less mobility.  It forces you into alternative buying decisions when it's time to get a new car.  So Obama does have something to do with high oil prices. BREAK TRANSCRIPT Eric in Glenn Arbor, Michigan, you're next on the Rush Limbaugh program.  Hello, sir. CALLER:  Hi, Rush.  Long-time listener from the early Clinton years. RUSH:  Thank you, sir. CALLER:  The reason why I'm calling is about the oil prices and what we're paying at the pump.  Lots of news about it, and if we go to five, six-dollar-a-gallon oil, that's gonna sink the economy, and I think it's time to fight back, and I think we can fight back by several perspectives.  One, we as a consumer can cut back slightly on our fuel usage.  And, two, instead of just releasing 30 million barrels of oil from the strategic energy reserves, we need to do it in a strategic manner.  For example, release seven million barrels of oil at, say, $89 a barrel.  It's about 109 bucks a barrel today.  Release it at below the market price and then make several subsequent releases without telling anybody -- RUSH:  There's not enough oil there to make any difference.  The real question is what is the rice of algae by the gallon because Obama has suggested pond scum as the next alternative fuel for oil.  We cannot, by the way, and I appreciate the big-heartedness here in wanting to conserve, but there's gonna be forced conservation at five dollars a gallon.  There was a four.  People will drive less because they can't afford it.  By the way, the economy's already sinking.  But you get to five or six dollars a gallon, the choice to conserve will not be something you have to force on people, it'll be happening naturally.  But even at that, conserving is not growth, and growth is what our economy needs.  Growth and supply, growth in expansion, demand, all these things, that's what this country and this economy needs.  We can't conserve our way to growth of anything.

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Last edited 02/27/2012 4:07 PM by R8rPhan

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Posted: 02/27/2012 5:03 PM

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news.yahoo.com/why-americans-p...-183758416.html

Yes no one wants poor little B.Hussein.O to suffer the consequences of his actions
so they blame everyone but him.....how many times have we heard Okr note how full
all those lines/tanks/refineries and such are?

Guess what Okr....looks like the use of gasoline is on the rise; no not in America
in thriving economies like India and China. Looks like a little more oil might
be needed outside of Oklahoma, outside the US for example, but alas we're going to
focus on POND SCUM to save the day....I'm guessing a top donor has some POND SCUM
start up that needs backing - what do you bet....if we had transparency we'd know
it.

 

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Posted: 02/27/2012 5:19 PM

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Duh, told you we had plenty of products on hand and still:do for quite sometime, two new pipelines being built in the near future to relieve the Cushing backlog' but you wanted to drill baby drill, Uh they are but why is the price still high when we are only importing 40 percent now ? Yep lowest in a long time..these guys will be selling our stuff to the world market now.. strange game they play huh ??. But only as long as that $100 a barrel stays the benchmark , at that price they will drill, much lower nope ain't happening.... But there is plenty of domestic oil and gas on hand at this time, that is fact....
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Posted: 02/27/2012 8:15 PM

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because oil is traded in dollars and since this admin has been piling up the debt and running the presses 24/7 the dollar has lost a lot of value

thats basically why oil is rising so high,dollar is losing value and costing us buying power on oil
okrdrfan wrote: Duh, told you we had plenty of products on hand and still:do for quite sometime, two new pipelines being built in the near future to relieve the Cushing backlog' but you wanted to drill baby drill, Uh they are but why is the price still high when we are only importing 40 percent now ? Yep lowest in a long time..these guys will be selling our stuff to the world market now.. strange game they play huh ??. But only as long as that $100 a barrel stays the benchmark , at that price they will drill, much lower nope ain't happening.... But there is plenty of domestic oil and gas on hand at this time, that is fact....

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Posted: 02/27/2012 8:50 PM

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mstrbass2000 wrote: because oil is traded in dollars and since this admin has been piling up the debt and running the presses 24/7 the dollar has lost a lot of value

thats basically why oil is rising so high,dollar is losing value and costing us buying power on oil
okrdrfan wrote: Duh, told you we had plenty of products on hand and still:do for quite sometime, two new pipelines being built in the near future to relieve the Cushing backlog' but you wanted to drill baby drill, Uh they are but why is the price still high when we are only importing 40 percent now ? Yep lowest in a long time..these guys will be selling our stuff to the world market now.. strange game they play huh ??. But only as long as that $100 a barrel stays the benchmark , at that price they will drill, much lower nope ain't happening.... But there is plenty of domestic oil and gas on hand at this time, that is fact....
Rising standard of living and economic growth in China and India is also a factor... They're using a lot of chemicals and plastics...


To study and not think is a waste. To think and not study is dangerous"
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Posted: 02/27/2012 9:48 PM

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Hmm....guess you glossed over increasing demand in Asia for even our own supply as part of the problem.

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Duh, told you we had plenty of products on hand and still:do for quite sometime, two new pipelines being built in the near future to relieve the Cushing backlog' but you wanted to drill baby drill, Uh they are but why is the price still high when we are only importing 40 percent now ? Yep lowest in a long time..these guys will be selling our stuff to the world market now.. strange game they play huh ??. But only as long as that $100 a barrel stays the benchmark , at that price they will drill, much lower nope ain't happening.... But there is plenty of domestic oil and gas on hand at this time, that is fact....

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Posted: 02/27/2012 9:51 PM

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President could fix this easily, but doesn't want to....
Wants to make it 'look' like they understand the pain and want to do something but they can't..
But truth is, this is exactly what they want.. I think they just wanted it after November..


To study and not think is a waste. To think and not study is dangerous"
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Posted: 02/28/2012 3:41 AM

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No not at all, YOU were the folks that claimed to drill baby drill and don't depend on foreign oil, to which I have always said drill all you want it will not help lower the price at all, now we have upped our production a helluva lot and the price remains high, and in fact we are selling off our oil to foreign countries, so your theory of drill baby drill has been debunked totally and completely, drill all you want to the price will stay up there, and forget the Keystone, we are no building. Two additional pipelines are being built here, one about 250 miles long. From western OK to Cushing, and anther from Cushing to the gulf, this will help get our oil overseas much faster, see produce too much they will just sell it off to anyone with money, so what was the point in this drill baby drill again ? Energy independence ? Hhhmmm ya didn't think they would actually sell off our own oil ?


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Hmm....guess you glossed over increasing demand in Asia for even our own supply as part of the problem.

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Duh, told you we had plenty of products on hand and still:do for quite sometime, two new pipelines being built in the near future to relieve the Cushing backlog' but you wanted to drill baby drill, Uh they are but why is the price still high when we are only importing 40 percent now ? Yep lowest in a long time..these guys will be selling our stuff to the world market now.. strange game they play huh ??. But only as long as that $100 a barrel stays the benchmark , at that price they will drill, much lower nope ain't happening.... But there is plenty of domestic oil and gas on hand at this time, that is fact....

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Posted: 02/28/2012 8:02 AM

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The white house could easily open up domestic production and then create incentives to use it, and discouragements to import..

the AMERICAN PEOPLE own these resources.... not the oil companies and not the government...


To study and not think is a waste. To think and not study is dangerous"
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Posted: 02/28/2012 5:13 PM

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OK = Public Enemy because he Shut 'Em Down.  (Don't worry, I won't call you Flavor Flav)

okrdrfan wrote: No not at all, YOU were the folks that claimed to drill baby drill and don't depend on foreign oil, to which I have always said drill all you want it will not help lower the price at all, now we have upped our production a helluva lot and the price remains high, and in fact we are selling off our oil to foreign countries, so your theory of drill baby drill has been debunked totally and completely, drill all you want to the price will stay up there, and forget the Keystone, we are no building. Two additional pipelines are being built here, one about 250 miles long. From western OK to Cushing, and anther from Cushing to the gulf, this will help get our oil overseas much faster, see produce too much they will just sell it off to anyone with money, so what was the point in this drill baby drill again ? Energy independence ? Hhhmmm ya didn't think they would actually sell off our own oil ?




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Posted: 02/28/2012 5:32 PM

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drill,drill,drill and build more refineries,so what is our glut in oil,could help supply the shortage in the world markets,which would lower the price of crude,your party has blocked all energy infrastructure from happening,which is why we have a bottle neck

all you do is harp about the bottle neck but you refuse to look at the bigger picture,just because we have a backup at a refinery doesn't mean we couldn't use the oil...the reason for the backup is what,no capacity,no more refineries to refine !!!

just think of how great it would be for us to be able to export oil due to having too much of it,we could use it to pay down debt or to fund certain programs that have been cut !!!
okrdrfan wrote: No not at all, YOU were the folks that claimed to drill baby drill and don't depend on foreign oil, to which I have always said drill all you want it will not help lower the price at all, now we have upped our production a helluva lot and the price remains high, and in fact we are selling off our oil to foreign countries, so your theory of drill baby drill has been debunked totally and completely, drill all you want to the price will stay up there, and forget the Keystone, we are no building. Two additional pipelines are being built here, one about 250 miles long. From western OK to Cushing, and anther from Cushing to the gulf, this will help get our oil overseas much faster, see produce too much they will just sell it off to anyone with money, so what was the point in this drill baby drill again ? Energy independence ? Hhhmmm ya didn't think they would actually sell off our own oil ?


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--- 4thringtime wrote:

Hmm....guess you glossed over increasing demand in Asia for even our own supply as part of the problem.

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--- okrdrfan wrote:

Duh, told you we had plenty of products on hand and still:do for quite sometime, two new pipelines being built in the near future to relieve the Cushing backlog' but you wanted to drill baby drill, Uh they are but why is the price still high when we are only importing 40 percent now ? Yep lowest in a long time..these guys will be selling our stuff to the world market now.. strange game they play huh ??. But only as long as that $100 a barrel stays the benchmark , at that price they will drill, much lower nope ain't happening.... But there is plenty of domestic oil and gas on hand at this time, that is fact....

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Posted: 02/28/2012 5:37 PM

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Bush got rid of the drilling moratorium, and the price of crude dropped to less than $30 per barrel within 6 months...

The problem is that Obama and the DNC do not want gas prices to go down.. They want them high so that people will stop going anywhere and pay for their stupid green shyt cars... and then they place the blame for everything on their political enemies..

The only thing that pisses them off about all this, is that the prices went up 'before' November instead of afterwards...


To study and not think is a waste. To think and not study is dangerous"
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Posted: 02/28/2012 7:02 PM

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refineries margin are so tiny due to regulations,epa and nazis enviros,otherwise we wouldn't have refining at 90% all of the time,get rid of some of that b/s and at least let them have 10%profits and we would have compnaies will to build them,run them

then we wouldn't have anything close to a bottleneck and with the excess capacity we could actually export some of that oil for max profits

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Posted: 02/29/2012 4:00 AM

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You fail to realize what the bottleneck even is all about, see they filled up the pipelines with tar sands oil and the producers of intermediate grade crude cannot get their good crude into the pipeline sysytemto GET it to a refinery, and the tanks at said refineries are FULL of processed gasoline, so therefore there is no shortage of crude at all, or gas for that matter, and apparently you don't read what I posted about the section of the Keystone from Cushing to the Gulf getting started in a couple of months, and that is the ONLY section they really need anyway, and where do you propose to get more rotary rigs drilling at ? They are drilling the hell outa the place all over here and in Texas, so overall production is way up but now you want to sell off our resources instead of using them ourselves ? Talk about a change of heart.. Damn drill baby drill it's our oil is now drill baby drill and SELL our oil to lower the price ? Conssistency on your part would be nice, but the truth ofhe matter is any oil produced ere will always be expensive, no procures are going to sell at lower prices, they just turn the pump jacks off and wait till the price is where the want to sell at, that oil isn't going anyplace after all... They control the switch to run the pumps after all..
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Posted: 02/29/2012 4:09 AM

You forgot bass has oil stock! 


He has a reason for his suggestion. The FTC is looking into the stock market manipulating oil again. So, it's not that Obama wants high gas prices. He wants fair manipulation....eek1 So, we really know WHY oil gets jacked around as much as it does. GREED in capital-ist letters.
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Posted: 02/29/2012 5:11 AM

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What I find ironic is these guys bellyaching to drill baby drill and lower the cost, I tried to explain they could drill all they wanted to here and it wouldn't help anything at all, so now even with a surplus and in fact selling off our own gas the price stays high and we are producing more than we have in a long, long time, so there one theory of theirs that was a mistake.. Now they want MORE refineries ??? Uh we have a surplus of gasoline and a huge surplus of NG due to the mild winter, and now you want to make MORE GAS ?? Wher the hell you gonna store that shyt at ?
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Posted: 02/29/2012 7:39 AM

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You truly do not understand the concept of supply and demand do you?   Seriously; there is competition for the oil in production (does not matter WHERE it is in production there is competition for it).  That competition means higher prices.  You are oblivious to the fact China and India are soaking up more and more on a daily freekin basis.
okrdrfan wrote: No not at all, YOU were the folks that claimed to drill baby drill and don't depend on foreign oil, to which I have always said drill all you want it will not help lower the price at all, now we have upped our production a helluva lot and the price remains high, and in fact we are selling off our oil to foreign countries, so your theory of drill baby drill has been debunked totally and completely, drill all you want to the price will stay up there, and forget the Keystone, we are no building. Two additional pipelines are being built here, one about 250 miles long. From western OK to Cushing, and anther from Cushing to the gulf, this will help get our oil overseas much faster, see produce too much they will just sell it off to anyone with money, so what was the point in this drill baby drill again ? Energy independence ? Hhhmmm ya didn't think they would actually sell off our own oil ?


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--- 4thringtime wrote:

Hmm....guess you glossed over increasing demand in Asia for even our own supply as part of the problem.

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--- okrdrfan wrote:

Duh, told you we had plenty of products on hand and still:do for quite sometime, two new pipelines being built in the near future to relieve the Cushing backlog' but you wanted to drill baby drill, Uh they are but why is the price still high when we are only importing 40 percent now ? Yep lowest in a long time..these guys will be selling our stuff to the world market now.. strange game they play huh ??. But only as long as that $100 a barrel stays the benchmark , at that price they will drill, much lower nope ain't happening.... But there is plenty of domestic oil and gas on hand at this time, that is fact....

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Posted: 02/29/2012 8:30 AM

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okrdrfan wrote: What I find ironic is these guys bellyaching to drill baby drill and lower the cost, I tried to explain they could drill all they wanted to here and it wouldn't help anything at all, so now even with a surplus and in fact selling off our own gas the price stays high and we are producing more than we have in a long, long time, so there one theory of theirs that was a mistake.. Now they want MORE refineries ??? Uh we have a surplus of gasoline and a huge surplus of NG due to the mild winter, and now you want to make MORE GAS ?? Wher the hell you gonna store that shyt at ?
You can preach this all you want.. But the 'fact' is that Bush opened up drilling the last time we had this problem, and the prices started to fall 'immediately'.. and within six months were back down below $30 per barrel...

So baffle me with bullshyt all you want.. but I have eyes, and a wallet that had to pay for the crap... And I saw what I saw, the record supports what I saw, and the cause and effect was 'obvious and dramatic'...

Furthermore, I 'also' remember the hatred and blaming and ridicule and character assassination in the media and right here by the same people I'm talking to now of Bush when it happened under his watch.. and I also notice the lack of same from the same people now that it is happening even worse under their chosen one...


To study and not think is a waste. To think and not study is dangerous"
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Posted: 02/29/2012 8:45 AM

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Where coukd they be drilling that they are not at this time ? Almost 2,000 rigs operating right now, and most in about 3 places, ND, OK, and TX, now where else should they drill ?
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Posted: 02/29/2012 9:49 AM

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Alaska, the Gulf, shale oil fields, and allow the damned pipeline!

We have more oil and nat gas here in the US than all of the middle east combined...
And liberal politicians have been steadily 'declaring' it as 'national parks or whatever, the instant it's found....

It belongs to 'us' the people.. not pig headed environmentalists, their lawyers, or far left politicians!


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