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NBC/WSJ Poll: Obama: 50, Romney: 45

"Yeah. Well that's what is next and that is probably fine with you...keep all of us living in big cities - it would be easier to control us." As fossil fuel's scarcity and damage to the environment increases, many will have to consider this, it's true.
restoreliberty Wrote: Sep 18, 2012 10:05 PM
the only scarcity in fossil fuels is created by bad government policy
John Bull Wrote: Sep 18, 2012 10:04 PM
It may happen to you commies.. but it is not gonna happen to Americans, and Patritos who love freedom, IN America to force people to live in the inner cities... HAHAHHA

Nahhh, Not even after they have been hugely disinfected and burned... Americans like their freedom, their wilderness, their old empty country roads, river and lakes, as their own....
I know....
You commies never gonna get that...
Kirk72 Wrote: Sep 18, 2012 10:03 PM
"As fossil fuel's scarcity", Did you just wake up? Do you know what the bakken field is.
This feild is huge, and they are still finding oil. Wow and then there is the oil shale. The USA has more oil then all the arabs.
brimley Wrote: Sep 18, 2012 9:58 PM
You are the Mayor of Moronville, aren't you?
JasonCharleston Wrote: Sep 18, 2012 9:58 PM

Energy Scarcity or the illusion of Energy scarcity destroys the environment. More and cheaper fossil fuels equals less population growth, less destructive pollution.

You couldn't be more wrong about everything. It's sad.

Your leaders are laughing at you from their tax free yachts you helped pay for.
mary anne24 Wrote: Sep 18, 2012 9:57 PM
No. You wish.

People don't want to be told where to live. BUT You already bought into it -

Wake up.

I am getting tired of this troll party going on in here tonight.

A new NBC/WSJ poll dropped late Tuesday showing President Obama holding a five percentage point lead over Republican challenger Mitt Romney:

Fueled by increased optimism about the economy and nation’s direction, President Barack Obama leads Mitt Romney by 5 points among likely voters and now sees his job-approval rating reaching the 50 percent threshold for the first time since March, according to a new NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll.

The survey – which was conducted after the two party conventions and the political firestorm over last week’s U.S. embassy attacks, but before Romney’s...