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November 11, 2008

Obama & $60. Barrel Oil (Curtail Drilling on Public Lands per Exec Order?)


Euro Fetish

Euro Fetish

No Drilling. No Domestic Oil. Purposeful Hostage Taking. Remember the benchmark of a $60.00 barrel price. What will $150.00 to $200.00 per barrel look like at the pumps? I just filled my p-u’s tank last night for $51.00 ($2.18g). I was paying $90.00 a week ($4.00+g) earlier and not happy. That is like a tax cut for me. That is $1800.+ a year, I can use. 

Talk drilling. Do drilling. But, nope, that is not going to happen. So, little yups pretending they are little Euro’s riding their bikes to and fro. Urban children with pretentious Euro tastes. Regressives with Urban gardens like a damn Victory garden (Vegans of course; well no, some are gasp, Meat-Centrix)…all regressing and non-plussed by ever increasing gas prices.

Their good life is different from mine. They are demanding Euro Socialism and reductions in their liberty, because Group Think abounds. Individualism is nothing more than going to the restroom alone. Pathetic, lockstep thinking and emoting, beyond the trendy that we all succumb to. The degree of wages that some of these people make and are willing to part with is a sad reminder of elitism’s need to pretend kindness & superiority…let the Nanny State do it. They are much too busy eating at the trendy restaurant down the street, while discussing with the ubiquitous Group my travel plans to France or South Africa. 

      Obama’s Willing Coalition (perhaps voluntary ‘over the top’ taxation is in order)

While market imbalances could temporarily cause prices to fall back, it is becoming increasingly apparent that the era of cheap oil is over,” the report states.,dwp_uuid=f2b40164-cfea-11dc-9309-0000779fd2ac.html?nclick_check=1

President Clinton got 38 percent of the vote among those making over $100,000. This year Obama earned 49 percent of that vote. He also got 52 percent of a new polling category — those making over $200,000 a year who were no longer among the top 1 percent of earners, as they had been in past elections, but were now the top 6 per cent.

And for all the talk about the surging youth vote, those under 29 went from 17 percent in 1996 and 17 percent in 2004 to a mere to 18 percent of the electorate today — and that youth surge was heavily fueled by the fact that the minority communities are much younger than their white counterparts. Of the 18 percent under age 29 who voted this year, 11 percent were white and 7 percent were minority.


1 Comment »

  1. If we cut oil drilling, how can we keep prices low?

    Comment by Matthew Avitabile — November 11, 2008 @ 10:29 AM | Reply

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