Skip to comments.Congressman Perry says U.S. isnít doing enough to suppress tensions in Russia
Posted on 07/18/2014 8:16:01 PM PDT by Tailgunner Joe
As tensions grow between Russia and Ukraine, many question what role America will play. History experts we spoke with say first and foremost, pay attention to whats happening.
Congressman Scott Perry addressed the crisis at a Lower Windsor Township town hall meeting.
Rep. Perry says, This things going to go further than it has and that Russia is backing the Separatists.
Perry says the United States is not doing its job aiding the Ukrainian Government and urging our coalition partners in Europe to work against Russia.
Perry says, One of things that we can do is start exporting liquid natural gas from America to complete the Keystone Pipeline, to relieve the pressure that Russia puts on those countries because thats where they have to get their fuel from.
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I’ll not excerpt Rep Perry’s comment, as it will undermine my vulgar response, which decorum prohibits.
So.... if the Democrats sell our oil elsewhere... what are we supposed to do?
Exporting oil will bring foreign cash into the USA and be a boon to the US economy.
so we can afford to do without any
A tiny practical thing they could do would be to require all newly acquired fed vehicles to be flex-fuel: able to run on natural gas after simple conversion.
I don’t believe much in regs but this would scare the living sh*t out of the Arab world.
Fracking has made the USA a world leader of natural gas production. We should get rich selling that gas around the world. Why should we let the Arabs and Russians dominate the world energy market? The USA should be the world’s supplier of energy. The states which produce gas will become rich and those green losers duped by the global warming hoax can stay poor.
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