Obama’s $5-a-gallon gas just


people_32.gif (9824 bytes)Are YOU yes YOU are you Fed-Up

Loosen your belts And drop your drawers for a screwing that will not be using grease, Obama will not allow it, no oil no grease, so how do you want it, oh gee, I for got you don’t have a choice, it will be dry. Is this not the way it always goes, good ideas go to the rich and Government, because the American People don’t know what is good for them.

Maybe that gentleman who says your car will run on water might have the right idea, but wait then they will ration water and start charging double for that, so what ever you do, the rich and the Government will control it.
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    By: Examiner Editorial
    01/06/11

    Paul Sakuma/AP file Gas prices are steadily rising and are projected by federal Energy Information Administration experts to hit$5 per gallon by 2012, when Obama faces re-election.

    Paul Sakuma/AP file Gas prices are steadily rising and are projected by federal Energy Information Administration experts to hit $5 per gallon by 2012, when Obama faces re-election, (but he will do some thing specular to get the people to vote for him).

    Most politicians play word games to cast themselves in the most favorable light, so perhaps it’s understandable that few people took it seriously when President Obama unaccountably said during his 2008 presidential campaign that energy prices would “necessarily skyrocket” under his program.With gas steadily approaching $4 per gallon and projected by federal Energy Information Administration experts to hit $5 in 2012, it’s time to accept Obama at his word. The costs of heating and cooling our homes and offices, keeping gas in the cars and trucks that get us to work and the grocery store, and generating the electricity that keeps our laptops humming are heading skyward because Obama thinks that’s what is best for us. It’s a classic illustration of liberals using government to do to us what we would never do to ourselves.

    It is important to take note of this now because signs point to a 2012 Obama re-election campaign based on a bogus claim that he is pro-business, pro-jobs and pro-growth. That Obama is none of these things is nowhere better illustrated than in his energy policies. Here are just some of the ways Obama has constricted U.S. energy exploration and development, thereby forcing prices upward and making America more dependent on the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries, Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez and other costly, unreliable foreign oil sources who bear this country ill will:

    Reimposed bans on oil and natural gas drilling in America’s outer continental shelf that were previously reversed by a Democratic-led Congress and a Republican president. Experts estimate there are at least 130 billion barrels of oil and trillions of feet of natural gas to be harvested from these areas, but Obama won’t allow it,(Who is this Administration protecting, it is surely not the American people).

    Even before the cause of the Deepwater Horizon disaster was known, Obama imposed a six-month moratorium on deep-water drilling in the Gulf of Mexico that cost thousands of jobs and effectively ended drilling in both deep and shallow waters there. Although officially lifted, slow-walking federal bureaucrats have yet to approve new permits and are busily issuing costly new requirements that are certain to stifle most, if not all, drilling in the Gulf for years to come. A third of America’s oil production comes from wells in the Gulf.

    Reversed a Bush administration decision that opened millions of acres of public lands in the western parts of the nation to careful oil and natural gas exploration and development, then invented an entirely new classification that puts those and millions more acres not previously covered off limits.

    Appointed an energy secretary — Steven Chu — who said in December 2008 that Americans should pay the same prices as Europeans for gas. Gas in Europe then averaged around $8 per gallon.

    Maybe now people will believe that Obama meant exactly what he said in 2008 about making us pay much more for energy. If they don’t, they surely will in coming months, (I don’t think the yuppies today are smart enough to see a whitewash even if it kicked them in the ass).

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