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Where Is John Galt?

bigdawgworking Wrote: Jul 30, 2012 11:17 PM
Fracking? LOL funny. A 70 year old technology that -- suddenly -- libs are frightened of. IF "fracking" (oil field slang, not a real word, by the way) were 1/1000 as dangerous as the lying libs have made it out to be, then you would not have to worry about Texas voting for Romney because we would all be dead. All of us. Dead as you wish us to be. We have pretty much fractured (the actual word) oil formations from East Texas to West Texas to the Panhandle to the Valley in South Texas. Nobody dying. But, thanks for reminding me why I will never vote for a looter Democrat.
bigdawgworking Wrote: Jul 30, 2012 11:59 PM
LOL. Again, there is no such thing as "fracking". You are simply repeating what someone told you. Different materials? That is funny. You should see some of the stuff that that have put into oilwells for the past 100 years. I do not recommend drinking any of it. But, the stuff that comes OUT of oilwells is much worse. What could they possibly use that is worse than crude oil? It is called crude for a reason.

Where is a man who can save us? A man of virtue and action who can rebuild our economy and culture? We must find a true-to-life John Galt.

I think America’s best shot at economic recovery and restoring constitutional freedom is to nurture men and women who emulate the virtues of John Galt, a hero in Ayn Rand’s magnum opus novel, Atlas Shrugged. Galt is a man of unparalleled virtue, intelligence and action in a fictional U.S. economy that is eerily identical to the present-day U.S. economy.

Galt is an American inventor who lives and breathes his philosophy: “I swear—by my...