so then, has the usa been missed by the bullet or are we joining the greens and urope?


Posted by peiper    United Kingdom   on 12/09/2012 at 07:13 AM   
  1. Sign nothing, agree to nothing, throw the UN out even if it means going to war.  Not that they would be much of a challenge.  Piss on the UN.

    Posted by grayjohn    United States   12/09/2012  at  10:22 AM  

  2. You speak for me also Grayjohn. Have long thought that way.

    Posted by peiper    United Kingdom   12/09/2012  at  11:58 AM  

  3. When we already had enough oil to last us for somewhere around 100 years and now have (at least in theory) the possibility of access to enough for thousands of years, it’s pretty stinking sad that we consider $3.25 a decent price for gas and $3 to be “low”.

    I had a friend who once told me that the rise in gas prices were no big deal because they hadn’t kept up with inflation.  I told him, “You know why that is?  Because gas prices are inflation!” Every item in this country has been shipped from somewhere else, and every single mile adds to the cost of the item in fuel costs.  When fuel costs go up, so do the prices of everything else.

    If we actually wanted to help the poor, rather than just enslave them in government “assistance” programs, we would find a way to get gas prices back down to $1/gallon or less.  Every person and business in the US would find themselves off in much better shape financially almost immediately.  And the percentage benefit would overwhelmingly favor the poor, which is supposed to be what the libtards want to do.  (Which, of course, is strong evidence they’re lying through their teeth.)

    Which is why fracking is under attack, both for natural gas and oil shale.  It’s not because it’s bad for us or the environment or anything else.  It’s because Obama hasn’t yet found a way to somehow “prove” that his beneficent magnificence has provided our new-found wealth.

    Posted by Friar Bob    United States   12/09/2012  at  12:37 PM  

  4. Stupid is really on the march on that side of the pond these days huh.
    Frankly, Even ol Scary Harry doesn’t have the clout to get the Senate to ratify that turd and survive re-election.But Im sure lots of green fools will play it up in the media as much as possible, to which I say; FUCK EM.

    Posted by Rich K    United States   12/09/2012  at  06:42 PM  

  5. Over the last few years I’ve come to the conclusion that God has blessed the Earth with renewable energy – OIL!

    Posted by Macker    United States   12/10/2012  at  07:12 AM  

  6. I figure it would be a ‘oneglowball’ world deal on global warning OR bowing down to the UN gun ban - that will FINALLY wake up the 51% of America to say - not NO but HELL NO.

    And I agree - the Senate would not commit suicide by voting for this pos ‘treaty’ - as it would be an instant turn around for the DemocRATS - and insure that they won’t get elected for another 40 years.

    Yes, I’ve seen what oil booms do for everyone - it is a shame that the people who really ‘want’ the entitlements are too stupid to realize where that money comes from - and too stupid to realize that a vote bought with a cell phone - is selling out cheap.

    I wonder if anyone on the right and in the middle is going to wake up before real economic disaster hits.

    Posted by wardmama4    United States   12/10/2012  at  09:00 AM  

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