Skip to comments.Obama’s Interior Dept. Bans Drilling on 11.5 Million Acres of ‘Petroleum Reserve’ in Alaska
Posted on 10/15/2012 8:06:17 PM PDT by Kolath
Earlier today, Governor Palin retweeted Jedediah Bila concerning this stunning move by the Obama administration to cut off 11.5 acres of domestic energy production in Alaska
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They are running out of time to destroy the country.
From your mouth to Gods ear.
Saving it for Mother Russia. And I’m not being the least bit facetious.
Keep the dollars flowing to the Middle East.
A Romney victory will ensure this gets reversed.
Exactly - keep gutting this country so the Muslims get it.
The magnitude of this is breathtaking. And so is the complicity and stupidity of so many Americans.
I don’t know which I’ll be happier to see thrown out. Barry or that moron, Salazar.
Especially interesting with the Forest Service? (http://www.discovertheforest.org/)ads about kids getting their parents to take them to the forest........
Don't neglect Big Sis nor H0lder. It's a target rich environment.
Dang! I can’t agree more! The average IQ is D.C. is going to skyrocket under a Romney administration.
in case you did not ping it earlier.
Add to this the “murky waters” plan and we have an October surprise.
The Monterey Shale, a geological formation roughly 2 miles beneath parts of California, contains as many as 15 billion barrels of oil. Thats enough home-grown energy to eliminate Californias need for overseas oil for 50 years, create thousands of jobs, boost the economy, and send billions of dollars of new tax revenue to state and local governments. To produce this oil, which was previously inaccessible, Californias oil and gas companies may combine advanced drilling methods with hydraulic fracturing, a technology thats been safely used more than a million times across the United States since the 1940s without incident.
Read more at the San Francisco Examiner: http://www.sfexaminer.com/opinion/op-eds/2012/10/fracking-opportunity-california-and-not-threat#ixzz29QpSInc8
We are under a dictatorship. The states have no rights. obama can sign a piece of paper and it becomes law.
dont know where this billboard is but here in socal our gas price is over $4.70. Get this bozo gone now from office.
Yep, just this morning I paid $4.69 a gallon at the cheapest place in my area. 0bama has got to go!
Just signing bills to allow drilling will lower the prices before the first drop of crude is pumped.
I know.....it’s frightening! I’ve been looking into my ancestry and in the 17th and 18th centuries there were huge families. But in my case I have two children and one cannot have kids and the other one won’t.
I’ve told this story before and I know it sounds nuts but because of something that happened to me I know it’s possible to see the future. So the story is that one night I was listening to Michael Savage in my car and a caller was one of those people who sees the future. I didn’t hear his whole background but he predicted that within less than 200 years there would be a mosque where the White House is now. This was probably a good 10 years ago but doesn’t seem to whacko now...what with this country electing a Muslim POTUS, who sends our $ to Muslim countries, who lets Muslim “enemies” into WH dinners, etc.
The writing is on the wall.
If we sign contracts just to drill..as you say...the Saudis will cave somewhat and the futures market will roll back too. Win/win. I pray Romney will have the mantra down...drill, baby drill.
This needs to be pointed out in the debates
All your oil belong to us.
“This needs to be pointed out in the debates”
Yes, and if Romney can’t work this damning fact into the debate somehow, I question why. Obama should have been easy to defeat.
Team Romney, are you paying attention? Strike hard with this tonight.
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