Unfortunately, large sections of policymaking are flat-out owned by petroleum producers and refiners. Until they are chased out of the policy arena, we won't get anywhere.Anyone who lived through 1974 should have known what did happen, would surely happen again. But people seem to prefer the lies about abundance to the reality of the need to change.
So very true. It all keeps coming back to the fact that we need taxpayer funded elections. Until that's fixed, there will always be a profit motive fucking up the system.
As long as it's not gonna cut down on internet porn, you all can do whatever policy wonking you want.
Don't you love how similar the words wonk and wank are?
stink and stank are pretty good....talking Republicans...dink and dank, spit and spat, shit and shat....oh oh.... my kingdom for a beer and a few more of those. Pass the pretzels, will ya.
Here are the pretzels, Jimm. Toss us some more fun words.
The oil industry routinely tells lies. True believers expressing their certainty that cheap sweet crude will never run out are like Linus keeping his lonely vigil in the pumpkin patch.
You're not kidding.
And don't even get me started on the XL pipeline !!! Talk about a bunch of lies ... On another note: is it "Bold Faced Lies" or "Bald Faced Lies"???
But it's about jobs, Anita! It's not about the stock that Congressional members hold in the companies that are set to make money on this deal.
I've seen it both ways. Bold faced lies, bald faced lies. Let's to crazy and use both.
JollyRoger beat me to it. Until we put people ahead of corporations, we will continue to soil our own beds.Pearl
"...history, that repetitious asshole..."I just found you but now I am in love.
ugh...we are addicts...lets just face it...we can blame the politicians who are in the pockets of the oil companies...its a given but tomorrow we will fill our tanks...
It's so true. And me with my 1.5 hour commute (on a good day?) I'm a huge part of the problem.
Tell me about it...