Bush speaks on energy.

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    May 22, 2012 10:08 PM GMT
    http://triblive.com/opinion/guestcolumnist/1836280-74/energy-america-oil-gas-foreign-national-opportunity-paying-production-300
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    May 22, 2012 10:22 PM GMT
    What an Ironic title for this article "SEIZE THE ENERGY OPPORTUNITY" !!!

    Seems to me that under DubYa Bush, he tried to "SEIZE THE ENERGY OPPORTUNITY" in a Place called IRAQ, where his fucking excuse was WMD'S, while the underlying reason as his dual citizened "WAR ARCHITECT" Wolfowicz stated to the Chinese, "the war is over OIL". LOOK HOW WELL THAT WORKED OUT !!! Where are all those big contracts that were supposed to go to US OIL COMPANY's ?

    We've heard enough of Bush Ideas about Oil (energy) as well as from their buddy Cheney, and as I recall the Repubs have done their level best to stop energy improvements here at home, all they want is to promote the status quo for their chronies, and make Obama a one term president in spite of his good ideas of renewable enerygy and making more use of natural gas through innovation/tech.
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    May 22, 2012 11:05 PM GMT
    Is that the thread killin’ jew hater up there? Pouncer/RLD, we got it ... 41 out of 54 .... got it the first 10,000 times you said it.
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    May 22, 2012 11:13 PM GMT
    I read the article, but I can't agree with anything he said, with the exception of being less dependent on foreign suppliers. But I know how much you like him, so I won't hate.
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    May 22, 2012 11:15 PM GMT
    creature saidI read the article, but I can't agree with anything he said, with the exception of being less dependent on foreign suppliers. But I know how much you like him, so I won't hate.


    The big difference is that you practice the art of disagreeing while also being civil plus leaving the ad hominem attacks in the sewer where they belong. Big congrats ... seriously.
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    May 22, 2012 11:30 PM GMT
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    creature saidI read the article, but I can't agree with anything he said, with the exception of being less dependent on foreign suppliers. But I know how much you like him, so I won't hate.


    The big difference is that you know the art of disagreeing while also being civil plus leaving the ad hominem attacks in the sewer where they belong. Big congrats ... seriously.


    I'll confess and admit every now and then I may have some ad hominem attacks, but I do try to limit them. I think I unleash them when I'm frustrated and reached the zenith of all I can take at that person. But I try to refrain from doing so. My mom warned me about sinking to other people's level, because you will be just as guilty as they are.

    But back to the article...

    I guess I shouldn't be surprised that Jeb said nothing about renewable energy. I also fund it amusing that he condemns that instability of foreign nations, but says nothing of the gas & oil companies and their unscrupulous behavior.
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    May 22, 2012 11:36 PM GMT
    creature said
    freedomisntfree said
    creature saidI read the article, but I can't agree with anything he said, with the exception of being less dependent on foreign suppliers. But I know how much you like him, so I won't hate.


    The big difference is that you know the art of disagreeing while also being civil plus leaving the ad hominem attacks in the sewer where they belong. Big congrats ... seriously.


    I'll confess and admit every now and then I may have some ad hominem attacks, but I do try to limit them. I think I unleash them when I'm frustrated and reached the zenith of all I can take at that person. But I try to refrain from doing so. My mom warned me about sinking to other people's level, because you will be just as guilty as they are.

    But back to the article...

    I guess I shouldn't be surprised that Jeb said nothing about renewable energy. I also fund it amusing that he condemns that instability of foreign nations, but says nothing of the gas & oil companies and their unscrupulous behavior.


    And I’ll also admit that I don’t always practice what I preach, but that is mostly aimed at two RJers. However, your mom is right and so is mine, plus the chances to reach some understanding, compromise and a solution are gone.

    And true, he didn’t say anything about renewables, but I think that he thinks that an ‘all of the above’ solution ..... is a solution. We still need and will need conventional sources for the foreseeable future.