Tuesday, June 10, 2008

 

Arabs controlling the world KINDA MAKES YOU WONDER [Dem. vs Rep. in dealing with ARAB OIL POWER]

(Arabs controlling the world) KINDA MAKES YOU WONDER [Dem. vs Rep. in dealing with ARAB OIL POWER]



(Arab controlling the world) KINDA MAKES YOU WONDER [Dem. vs Rep. in dealing with ARAB OIL POWER]


KINDA MAKES YOU WONDER…



John H. at Powerline writes:



For several decades, the Democratic Party has pursued policies designed to drive up the cost of petroleum, and therefore gas at the pump. Remarkably, the Democrats don’t seem to have taken much of a political hit from the current spike in gas prices. Probably that’s because most people don’t realize how different the two parties’ energy policies have been.


Congressman Roy Blunt put together these data to highlight the differences between House Republicans and House Democrats on energy policy:


ANWR Exploration

House Republicans: 91% Supported

House Democrats: 86% Opposed


Coal-to-Liquid

House Republicans: 97% Supported

House Democrats: 78% Opposed


Oil Shale Exploration

House Republicans: 90% Supported

House Democrats: 86% Opposed


Outer Continental Shelf (OCS) Exploration

House Republicans: 81% Supported

House Democrats: 83% Opposed


Refinery Increased Capacity

House Republicans: 97% Supported

House Democrats: 96% Opposed


SUMMARY

91% of House Republicans have historically voted to increase the production of American-made oil and gas.


86% of House Democrats have historically voted against increasing the production of American-made oil and gas.


PAUL M. adds: It’s useful to keep this sort of thing in mind when we hear (on something like a daily basis these days) that the Republicans have run out of ideas or that Republican ideas didn’t work. The truth is that most major Republican ideas weren’t tried because the Democrats blocked them. Increasing the domestic production of oil and gas (a move so obvious it barely meets the standard for being an idea) is hardly the only example.


The post elicited this response from commenter “Ronnor”. (I’ve cleaned up the grammar and spelling.)


“After being called a conspiracy theorist I posted this.



‘Who said anything about conspiracies?


I’m talking about taking bribes from the Arabs. Don’t you think thats being done? It’s called the price of doing business. Take a look at the Carter Center financing and then look at how he helps skew the oil market.


Why wouldn’t you think that politicians would take a bribe when every year someone goes to jail for it?

How cheap it would be to buy votes? And you wouldn’t need many, what 50 Senators? Pay a couple of billion dollars in Swiss accounts. Or fund PAC’s, universities and their professors to push the Arab Oil Agenda. Didn’t Saudi Arabia just give a couple of hundreds of millions to Harvard and a few other places? Saw that in the newspapers — just what do you think that is for?


Phony up a few ‘trusts’ where it’s impossible to find out what, where and how much they are really giving.


Want to really screw up oil shale development? Gve 20 attorneys 50 million dollars to start environmental inspections, lawsuits, marches on State Legislatures.


It’s a lot of money on the table — $800 billion to the Arabs this year, a couple of billion to Senators, Congressmen/women, couple of greens to suppress gas and oil exploration, stop nuclear and all the rest of things that they as American citizens can do legally and the investment comes back a hundred fold.


Why wouldn’t the Arab oil producers do something like that? It’s the smart thing to do and it’s what is ingrained in the Arab ethic (they have none).


How laughable that you don’t think bribery works. It does and has for millennia. You must think the Arab stupid and our elected officials completly honest if you don’t think this is happening somewhat right now. Remember, money talks and you know what walks.

Kinda makes you wonder “Is it any wonder?”




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