posted on 07/10/2013 4:26:48 PM PDT
Long Live “The Republic of Texas”
posted on 07/10/2013 4:33:51 PM PDT
(Idiocracy used to just be a Movie... Live every day as your last...one day you will be right)
To: Hojczyk; TheMom; Eaker; penelopesire; BuckeyeTexan; NYTexan; humblegunner; mylife; onyx; ...
God bless Texas. Drill, baby, drill! And please continue arresting Obama’s fascist federal goons anytime they trespass on Texas sovereign soil.
posted on 07/10/2013 4:36:42 PM PDT
by Jim Robinson
(Resistance to tyrants is obedience to God!!)
As soon as Obama finishes destroying America’s coal industry he will turn his attention to the troublesome oil producers who are undermining his strategies to keep America dependent on OPEC.
posted on 07/10/2013 4:38:26 PM PDT
by Iron Munro
(The past is a foreign country; they do things differently there.)
I’m sure Alaska could easily compete if the stupid feds would open the land to drilling.
posted on 07/10/2013 4:56:25 PM PDT
(I have a copy of the Constitution! And I'm not afraid to use it!)
And gas in the US is $4.00 a gallon?
posted on 07/10/2013 6:26:59 PM PDT
(Live your life in such a way that the Westboro church will want to picket your funeral.)
I drove through Three Rivers today, gas is the same price as San Antonio and New Braunfels. Filled up in Corpus where the refineries are, no difference.
Drill baby drill doesn’t do a damn thing for our prices.
posted on 07/10/2013 7:49:03 PM PDT
Now, OPEC is earning at least 4 times more money than in the 90s. Outside the Middle East, new drillings are arround 10 times more expensive than drillings in the Middle East. Christopher Helman, Forbes Staff : "Despite the enormous growth in the U.S., the costs of getting that oil out are growing at unprecedented rates. Bernstein figures that the cost of producing the last barrel rose from $89 in 2011 to $114 in 2012 The IEA estimates it costs between $4 and $6 to produce each barrel of oil from the conventional fields in Saudi Arabia and Iraq, including capital expenditures. Algerian, Iranian, Libyan, and Qatari fields cost slightly more, at about $10 to $15 per barrel.
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