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07/29/2008

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A 5.8 in SoCali today -- think the Republicads will blame this one on Pelosi, too?

Wow. Am I glad I read this today.
What a brainless, worthless, idiotic, & moronic article. It is hard to believe an educated person would think much less express these thoughts in public. Where do these people come from & does anyone read this drivel for anything other than comic relief?

From the Hill story; "Specifically, the proposal would set up planning areas covering nearly 1 billion acres off the Alaskan coast with access to an estimated 1.2 billion barrels of oil."

1 barrel of oil per acre?!

Let's see, up to 1/2 of the oil could be brought to the surface somewhat quickly...and at todays consumption of 20m bbl (we are down 5% in consumption compared to February 2008!), that is thirty days of oil! Talk about a needle in a haystack!

If this is a plan to save the economy of the United States and our standard of living then maybe the real story is "Shit to hit fan; oil spout is running dry".

1 billion acres is the size of how many Nevadas?!


Hey Rocky...that string thingy on your g-string chafing your asshole? Cause something's bothering you and the gleaner's truthiness is certainly not in question?

Wow. Am I glad I read this today.
What a brainless, worthless, idiotic, & moronic article. It is hard to believe an educated person would think much less express these thoughts in public. Where do these people come from & does anyone read this drivel for anything other than comic relief?

here is reid's 'rational'...
i say f-them and adjourn till the elections!

redicapitulates

Dina told him to do it....our future poster child for "spineless capitulation"

First, the idea that Dina Titus or any other Nevada politician could make Harry Reid do something is ridiculous.

Second, whether or not I agree with their positions, I have to wonder if their thinking is that since their willingness to support the drilling would be part of a larger energy package that neither side would approve--Democrats because Republicans will want to drill for oil not just offshore but everywhere, Republicans because the package might include new sources of energy--they might as well try to look reasonable. Not that I think that works, but I could see that.

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