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in today's sea of fantasy. Bravo for standing against the Klobuchar's and Franken's who think we can talk our way out of high energy prices while waiting for a miracle to occur with alternative energies.
No not the movie starring Alicia Silverstone. I'm talking about reality starring Michele Bachman! Our domestic oil reserves will never make a dent in the global market and will have no impact on our domestic fuel costs. It will only line the pockets of the oil companies and the politicians that support them.
I feel like I might vomit
I don't know what kind of psychotropic meds she's on, but the FDA needs to outlaw them quick.
she should fast again like she did before God spoke to her about running for congress. Maybe this time she'll "receive the right message" from God. Obviously the first time "He" spoke to her she had too much was in her ears.
There aren't enough reserves in the US to halve the price of oil, no matter when it happens. Unfortunately, I live in Colorado and I can tell you a lot of people who livei n areas of recent drilling activity are not happy about the thought ofe even more noise, land disruption, and air and water pollution where they live and work. Stop using so much oil and the price will come down. And, that can happen immediately, not ten years from now after we detroy millions of acres of land and beaches.
Let's begin test drilling Bachmann's skill to test for brains
I'd like to set up an oil drilling rig on each side of Michele Bachmann's property. Not on it mind you, just 3 feet away from the borders of her land. Also a refinery next to it as well...right next to the hog rendering plat.
If we started drilling in your head Michelle? I know it wouldn't be a brain.
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