View Full Version : A new political piece

06-16-2012, 12:09 AM
After 40 plus years in the oil patch there are some things that I feel very strongly about. The video below shows one of those. the little o and his minions, IMHO, caused at least twice as much spill and double the days to pluging by just getting in the way. Had BP, Transocean and the patch worldwide in general been allowed to do what they knew how to do without being 'overseen' by some book-learned DC lawyer things would have been so much better.


And, on top of that, to halt all drilling for a short time and all deep drilling for months to years (we're still not back to where we were) is the ultimate in stupidity.

06-16-2012, 03:45 AM
I agree. (I havent seen the video yet, dont have the time atm) It seemed obvious to me at the time. I bet Bobby Jindal saw it too.

06-16-2012, 11:42 AM
KEYSTONE FALLOUT: AS PROMISED, CANADA BUILDING PIPELINES TO SELL OIL TO CHINA (http://www.breitbart.com/Big-Government/2012/06/14/Keystone-Fallout-As-Promised-Canada-Building-Pipelines-to-Sell-Oil-to-China)
Obama is a moron when it comes to oil related things.

Oil leaks, security leaks.. where does the buck stop?

caused at least twice as much spill and double the days to pluging by just getting in the way
He's all about big government and can't see that it's in the way of anything.

06-16-2012, 12:47 PM
"I can't suck it up with a straw"

That's what he said.


06-16-2012, 01:00 PM
Romney needs to play up the Keystone angle because not only did that prevent us from getting some much needed oil at a far cheaper price than OPEC, it prevented thousands of jobs from being created. Couple that with his green energy policy which has wasted, that's literally wasted, billions with zero jobs created. If Romney just sticks to the facts of Obama's failures and doesn't even delve into anything to try to woo democratic voters, he will crush Obama. The key to this whole election is getting Obama to defend his policies.

06-19-2012, 01:21 AM
"In the HBO movie “Gasland,” New York City filmmaker Josh Fox tried to scare people into thinking that natural gas development and hydraulic fracturing are new, unregulated and dangerous. It made one Pennsylvania mom living atop the Marcellus Shale wonder what she was getting into. She asked environmentalists, academics and everyday people what they think. Nobody got paid to talk — all they were asked was to tell the truth."

The result - Truthland (http://www.truthlandmovie.com/)

(you can watch the while thing)

06-19-2012, 01:53 AM

The result - Truthland (http://www.truthlandmovie.com/)

(you can watch the while thing)

Site temporarily unavailable.

Hmm... getting too many hits?

Edit: Got it. Downloading now. :cool: