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Barack Obama's Perfect Plan for Economic Decline

avram Wrote: Jun 27, 2012 12:59 PM
Coal is death. Yucca mountain is over 40yrs old, Any drilling we do now will not be in your tank for 5-8yrs. You want to be more dependant on oil 5-8yrs from now? (No we wilkl never make enough ourselves).Oh, you have conspiracy theory. Welkl then, who could argue? Except "Fracking" has danger toit. Breaking up 5 miles of bedrock releases others: methane, CO2,CO1, Argon, Chemicals put in ground, explosive nitrates, ammonia, di2ammonia, more. And , just as BP had NO EMERGENCY PLAn (but, frauded a fake one), Oil has not presented an "E"plan or improved the process in over 20yrs. What treaty and "Redist. of Wealth"? What's your info source? I can give you mine. Avram

On June 14, President Obama announced his economic plan to finally bring economic recovery and growth to the U.S. in a much ballyhooed address in Cleveland. He threw down the gauntlet to Mitt Romney on the issue, saying "more than anything else, this election presents a choice between two fundamentally different visions of how to create strong sustained growth; how to pay down our long term debt; and most of all, how to generate good, middle-class jobs...."

Truer words have never been spoken by the President. So let's examine the two fundamentally different visions and see which can produce strong sustained...