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Odd -- I thought there would be a couple comments. Well, I'll make one. Why do people assume that these companies have a right to be? Practically most if not all of them are sitting on Native American land they squatted on once their 'fuels' were found on them. Now, America uses electric so if people wanted to boycott these 'fuels' until every last bit of those 'billions' go to the tribes I could get behind it however until then they are just squatters occupying land here and illegally influencing the governments here.
So does he do what's right for the country or do what's right for his special interests?
That was a trick question. We know he does not care what happens to our once great country
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