Or those environmental wakos trying to save the gulf shrimp?Clearly a re examination of those leases, and a move toward going after oil in this country that makes more sense to get rather than letting some environmental group, or person place them off limits to save the speckled snail darter is where we are approaching quickly.
I was being sarcastic.Our friends? The same country that manipulates the price daily? The same country that recently cut production because they said there was too much oil on the market? The same country that produced 19 out of the 20 9/11 hijackers? Those friends?
Good! Frustration leads to substitutes; all of which receive little if any government support.Yeah, between them, and the enviro-weenies here that have been placed in charge of regulatory agencies in order to "nudge" us in the "right" direction, I, and the American people as a whole are growing increasingly tired of the excuses.
I do not agree with your analogy. Various corporate interests have little desire for the American people to become energy independent, and lobby the hell out of our congress men and women to ease support for any viable substitute.have you ever known a successful rehab to have occurred where the junkie was forced into rehab?
Remember the GM EV1?