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Doublespeak is the Left's Department of Religion

One local gas station in my area has started selling and promoting ethanol-free gasoline. Its doing a booming business -- like many others we're driving out of our way to go there. We've lost a lawnmower, a weed-whacker, and a BRAND NEW chainsaw to stealth ethanol in the gasoline.
Wumingren Wrote: Sep 20, 2012 10:23 AM
For a list of ethanol-free gas suppliers in your area, go to pure-gas . org/

The US government, until October 11, 2012, is asking for public comment on the proposed waiver to the Renewable Fuel Standard, the regulation that mandates ethanol in U.S. fuel stocks, due to reduced corn crops from this summer's drought. Go www . regulations . gov/#!documentDetail;D=EPA-HQ-OAR-2012-0632-0001 , where you can view the document, EPA-HQ-OAR-2012-0632. Click the "Comment Now!" button to add your comment.
WestTexan Wrote: Sep 20, 2012 8:33 AM
Thank you. I'll keep an eye out for such a station in my area.

It has always saddened me that the Left is consistently able to appropriate the good literature and artwork for  its own ends. Case in point: George Orwell who once embraced Communism, only to become disillusioned and go on to write “Animal Farm” and “1984”. Ironically, the very group that invokes the name of Orwell when citing examples of alleged evil conservative intent seems to be rife with the same disturbing traits Orwell decried.

As anyone who sat through a high school literature class should theoretically be able to tell you, “1984” introduced the word “doublespeak” to the English language. Doublespeak,...

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