WOULD YOU LIKE TO PAY FOR THIRD WORLD TRASHCANS AND OPEC..or domestic fuel production

Discussion in 'Politics' started by Ed Spacer, Apr 24, 2012.

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Do you want stable,low fuel costs,or continue to pay for OPEC?

Poll closed May 29, 2012.
  1. i want to pay higher gas prices to support third world nations.

    20.0%
  2. I want to keep our gas prices and products low.refine,drill,and consume here

    80.0%
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  1. Ed Spacer
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    Would you like to continue to be raped by higher fuel costs of globalization by continuing to be victimized by the crude oil price set by OPEC and its board of directors to support the economies of third world trashcans and terrorist nations...

    Or...

    With having in our territory,900 years of oil reserve..
    we could-
    *set our own fuel price,set,and maintain its stability by-

    1.drilling and exploiting all.our own oil reserve here. 900 years worth.
    2.refine the oil here.
    3.CONSUME THE OIL AND GAS HERE.

    without OPEC and globalization,we can easily set the fuel price at $1.50 a gallon,abd maintain it,by keeping our resources within oyr nation,to be consumed by our nation.

    Under my proposal,with this sole domestic fuel production and consumption...
    we can create a stable price,with the resources available.
    Once supply and demand is met with price stabilization,we can,upon majority voice of the united states citizens,decide at that point to export the excess without compromise to the stable price,and supply and demand,and under this proposal...
    every US CITIZEN will receive royalty for the export sales.

    This is a WIN,WIN,WIN.
    with ending energy globalization,and eliminating OPEC...

    Lower fuel costs boost the economies of the citizen and business.
    more money to put back into the economy.
    lower transportation costs equal lower cost product.
    money,money,money savings for all.
     
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    You want to nationalize our oil reserves?

    Socialist!
     
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    Obviously,you dont understand the meaning of the term.
    we are being enslaved to OPEC,and are paying the socialist energy price for supporting third world garbage pails on other continents,and terror supporting nations.
     
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    We need a poll to find out if anybody's really fooled by leading polls! :cuckoo:
     
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    Taking ourselces out of the glibal energy market,preserving our own resourcces,and ending entitlement redistributions are the biggest keys to economic jumpstart.
     
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    You sound just like Jimmy Carter in 1979.

    If only we had heeded his advice.

    Now we have to listen to people whine and moan about gas prices........
     
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    OPEC does not wield control over crude prices. They may have back in the day, but not now.

    And if we had low gasoline prices in this country, that would mean low world crude prices which would mean less drilling.

    The main reason we have had such a resurgence in domestic drilling is because of the high prices.
     
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    Mr.H,it does in the conglomerate way.
    our set us trade pruce on crude is directly based on OPEC and global production.
    Cease globalization,and OPEC membership and dependence only on domestic resources
    which rhere are hundreds of years of
    then we create jobs,can set a low stable price
    lower transportation,goods costs,etc,etc,etc.
     
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    Uncle Ferd says there's a Big Oil/gov't./OPEC conspiracy to keep us dependent on foreign oil `cause it puts money in politicians' pockets...
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    GAO: Recoverable Oil in Colorado, Utah, Wyoming 'About Equal to Entire World’s Proven Oil Reserves'
    May 11, 2012 - The Green River Formation, a largely vacant area of mostly federal land that covers the territory where Colorado, Utah and Wyoming come together, contains about as much recoverable oil as all the rest the world’s proven reserves combined, an auditor from the Government Accountability Office told Congress on Thursday.
     
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    Oh brother. Another freikin' idiot. No, we do not have huge reserves of oil within the US. The 'oil shale' produces carogen, not oil. You spend huge amounts of energy and water getting the carogen out of the rock, then you still have to refine it to get to the oil stage.

    And, since gasoline and diesel are now our number one export, I fail to see how you are going to lower the price by producing more. We already have an excess, and the price is driven by the world price. Our own corperations will sell the fuel overseas at a better price rather than sell it here for less.

    Yes, the nation does have a huge excess of potential energy. Wind, solar, and geothermal would easily power this nation without the use of fossil fuels.
     

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