View Poll Results: Should we temporarily subsidize domestic oil shale production in response to OPEC?

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  • Yes, if prices drop too low we should.

    6 17.14%
  • No.

    29 82.86%
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Thread: Should we temporarily subsidize oil shale production in response to OPEC

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    Re: Should we temporarily subsidize oil shale production in response to OPEC

    Quote Originally Posted by Declan View Post
    Higher fuel costs mean higher delivery costs means higher sales tax. I like for them states to get some crumbs too.
    Delivery costs Our business expenses which can be written off of taxes
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    No one cares about your stupid hippy logic
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    Re: Should we temporarily subsidize oil shale production in response to OPEC

    Quote Originally Posted by EMNofSeattle View Post
    Delivery costs Our business expenses which can be written off of taxes
    Companies build them into the price they charge Food Lion which builds them into the price they charge consumers which pay more sales tax. We might collect an extra quarter, and that is a quarter more to spend on something worthwhile.

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