Ethanol & Obama: is this good news?

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  1. AtlasShrieked
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    Obama Camp Closely Linked With Ethanol
    "only obama will tell the people the truth" susan rice

     
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    No, it's bad news. Ethanol is the reason food has gone sky high.
     
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    And the recent flooding will also hurt. I don't like Obama's support of Ethanol.
     
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    Why are we supposed to be surprised that people who want to run the whorehouse turn out to be whores?
     
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    I don't think of the WH or government as a whore house.

    are you a misanthropic troglodyte?


    hmmmm, I thought you smelled familiar. gotta love that dirty water
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    he can support it as far as I am concerned what bothers me is his lies about not being part of any special interests.

    I have an intense dislike for populists of any stripe
     
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    watch this play out
     
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    editec Mr. Forgot-it-All

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    Like that is necessary to recognize that those seeking power are corrupt?

    Hey I'll likely be voting for Obama, but I'm not starry-eyed enough to think that he hasn't whored his way into the position he find himself in.

    NOBODY who is idealistic or incorruptable makes it very far in American politics, folks.

    Anyone who is incorruptable is considered a loose cannon, and is quickly marginalized from real power.
     
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    Hilter was idealistic. Just sayin...
     
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    I don't get why are people still supporting ethanol as a replacement for gas. To grow corn requires massive amounts of fertilizers and insecticides, many of which contain petro chemicals. The run off polutes the water supply and the ocean.
     

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