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Energy Wars Discourage the Poor!

txpoljldy Wrote: Jul 09, 2012 2:00 PM
This administration has declared WAR on energy is all about destroying the economy and making everyone poor...if we had a media we would have known that Obama said he would destroy the oil, and coal if you are sweating you can put it down to the government's policies...the government is preventing energy to be developed all the while funding so called green energy which has been a corrupt hoax on the USA taxpayer...
GosAwk Wrote: Jul 09, 2012 6:50 PM
This administration has declared WAR on the American People and the USA!
Seawolf Wrote: Jul 09, 2012 2:18 PM
ABSOLUTELY..had McCain/Palin energy policy been implemented this recession would be over..millions would be back to work across the nation and that is indisputable to anyone other than one of these communists.

No-one so far has asked the 0 one simple question..WHY did you give Brazil 2 billion of our dollars to develop THEIR oil sector while Americans are out of work here? and why should WE be THEIR best customer? Seems to me this fool has it backwards...he's president of the US [unfortunately} not Brazil.
traitorbill Wrote: Jul 09, 2012 2:47 PM
We have the resources here to be the energy capitol of the world. It could solve our economic crisis. But then what excuse will Obama have to advance his socialist agenda?
Seawolf Wrote: Jul 09, 2012 2:59 PM
Bill, and David Horowitz's pamphlet on what drives this clown and his associates...this is deeper than anyone could imagine..if he isn't stopped in Nov..we will never recover and become a communist nation as Lenin etal predicted.
JMWinPR Wrote: Jul 09, 2012 5:58 PM
I'm sorry to say, but you are so wrong. The only way the McCain Palin ticket would have been different than what we have is if McCain had said I've had enough and resigned. McCain is no better than Spectar/Lugar/Snow/Dole. If he hadn't been shot down, no one would have ever heard of him. He should have been thanked for his service and sent to pasture 30 years ago.

Summer is coming and everyone expects to pay a little more to keep the temperature in the house bearable. But do you expect to pay eight times as much as you have in previous years? Unfortunately, that is exactly what will happen to consumers in some parts of the country unless Congress stands up to the insane regulations on coal put forth by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).

During the last few years there have been hundreds of families in my denomination who have had trouble keeping basic utility bills paid. In warmer cities, the impoverished elderly routinely run the risk...