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Discussion in 'Uncategorized Threads' started by BILL GRILL, May 22, 2008.

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  1. BILL GRILL

    BILL GRILL Well-Known Member

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    Price of gas 1s 4.24 for reg and diesel fuel is 4.99 per gallon this morning in Marquette, Mi.
     
  2. H82MIS

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    The highest prices in the nation are in Alaska,,,
    AND THEIR SETTING ON ALL THE OIL!!!!!!!!!

    Thanks to all the bleedin heart,tree huggin liberal JO's it will probably never be drilled,,
     
  3. BILL GRILL

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    Price of gas 1s 4.24 for reg and diesel fuel is 4.99 per gallon this morning in Marquette, Mi.
     
  4. H82MIS

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    The highest prices in the nation are in Alaska,,,
    AND THEIR SETTING ON ALL THE OIL!!!!!!!!!

    Thanks to all the bleedin heart,tree huggin liberal JO's it will probably never be drilled,,
     
  5. Mr Newbius©

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    I dont know why but whenever I hear or see Holy Crap I always think that somebody has found some petrified Jesus poop.
     
  6. Ahab

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    Sportdshot...The Saudis speak Arabic...it's the Iranians that speak Farsi.

    Get your facts straight!
     
  7. chatbrat

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    We defeated communism by bankrupting them, the muslims are going to screw us by bankrupting us--convert or we'll turn off the tap----to every American "SCHMUCK" and that is what we have been for the past 30 plus years---we swallowed all the B.S. the politicians have fed us---the only way way to save our country is to dump every incumbent running for office---it is time to get in survival mode--put all your so called pet projects on the back burner----second amendment rights won't mean diddly squatt if the U.S. falls---remember Germany was the most LIBERAL country prior to Hitler. We are next. Books willm be written comparing our fall tom that of Rome. We are no longer defended by a citizen military but a mercenary force similar to the Hessians---unless everyone has a vested interest in our survival we are doomed, I'm scared, in the few more years I have on this earth, it is really pissing me off that we have squandered our legacy. Stop the B.S. & do the right thing before it is too late. Obamam, McCain---so what dump every S.O.B. in both houses of congress while we still have a country to save.---I mean it.---Phil
     
  8. H82MIS

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    Kill em all,,,,,
     
  9. crusha

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    Hooz,


    What you wanna bet we end up seeing that c_cksu@ker Bayh as a V.P. running mate soon?


    ...from one disgusted Hoosier to another.
     
  10. jimbotrap

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    The last time I was informed. Almost all oil is shipped either from the Gulf or Aman, or the Mediterranean and a few pipe lines to the North. This country has been protecting Saudia Arabia, Kuwait and other Arabic countries for years. at our expense. All we have to do is set a reasonable price for oil and that will stand. There is nothing they can do and/or say about it. In addition to our Naval fleets a single F18 will take of the rest.

    But the problem is there is too much money to be made in this country and other allied countries. Guess what? We have not begin to see the total price we will have to pay for all our support. A change in administration will have little to no affect. - Jim
     
  11. jimbotrap

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    The last time I was informed. Almost all oil is shipped either from the Gulf or Aman, or the Mediterranean and a few pipe lines to the North. This country has been protecting Saudia Arabia, Kuwait and other Arabic countries for years. at our expense. All we have to do is set a reasonable price for oil and that will stand. There is nothing they can do and/or say about it. In addition to our Naval fleets a single F18 will take of the rest.

    But the problem is there is too much money to be made in this country and other allied countries. Guess what? We have not begin to see the total price we will have to pay for all our support. A change in administration will have little to no affect. - Jim
     
  12. Janet

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    $3.99 here in Cols, Ohio today. Diesel was about $4.65.
     
  13. Brian in Oregon

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    There's no oil shortage. There's plenty of oil coming in. There's a shortage of refineries. Some refineries are turning away oil, because they can't process it fast enough.<br>
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  14. chuckles

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    doggai or jf...you hit the ball "dead center perfect"...

    it's greedy, opportunistic, money grubbing Wall Street speculators, Hedge Fund managers, misc Fund managers all buying Oil Futures that is driving the Oil prices up, and ultimately gasoling prices up....

    We are our own worse enemy, we are money grubbers feeding on ourselves at the expense of our children...

    we can change everything but we lack the motivation, initative and leadership...

    regards
     
  15. Jerry944t

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    doggai, you have it absolutely right.
     
  16. nipper

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    doggi,

    what do rush limbaugh callers say--DITTO--

    anyway your very correct,next option is to increase the debt ratio even more,in able for the usa to borrow even more money, our childrens,children are even going to have a hard time paying what we owe back.

    bill
     
  17. Tripod

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    Well, If we had drilled in Anwar 8 years ago we probably would be online with it now and the shortage or perceived shortage if some of you prefer, would not be effecting prices yet. I remember the libbies saying then "well, there is only so much and that would only run the country for 6 months". That oil doled out daily at 5% would have kept the shortage away and therefore prices down.
     
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    It is possible to convert(for the lack of a better word) Coal to Oil why are we not exploring the costs of setting of converting plants? There are over 600 Billion tons of Coal in this Country why are we not exploring the possibilities of using Coal? The answers to these questions are the same as domestic oil exploration.

    Bob Lawless
     
  19. perga1

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    Dump all the idiots in Congress out on their A___s and don't replace them with more lawyers. JRM
     
  20. phirel

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    flincher100- Can you cite a reliable reference to support your statement that we export most of the Alaskan oil?

    It is the futures commodity market that has driven up the price of oil recently. If we announced that we were going to drill new wells, the futures market would drop significantly the next day.

    Basic supply/demand/competition in another factor that has resulted in high gasoline prices. If we had more supply and more refineries the balance would shift some toward the consumers favor.

    Blaming President Bush for the problem by some clearly illustrates their lack of basic economic comprehension. Is Economics still a required general education course?

    Pat Ireland
     
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