Keep in mind according the EIA, the USA has about 1/3 of all the worlds fossil fuel reserve. You did know you can convert coal to liquid fuel. Didn’t you? If not, google Fisher-Tropsch conversion. A few years ago the University of Texas did a study of what would mass production yield?. They concluded that coal could be converted to diesel for under $30 a barrell. You need to dodge the articles liberals do to discourage. Just remember this is exactly how the Germany of WWII did it.
It’s not no permits for drilling nope, not that. Or should I say limiting drilling permits.
Ir’s not tying up the Keystone Pipeline, not that either. This reaches the Canada oil sands fields, the third biggest on the planet. Yes the USA even has bigger ones. But liberals won’t allow access.
So what is it then … Not big enough government, yeah there is the ticket. Nothing the President can do…
The President, the liar in chief goes on with the lies … The DailyCaller reports:
President Obamais trying to portray himself as the hard-nosed protector of gasoline-buying consumers, and to frame the GOP’s free market policies as one cause of rising gasoline prices.
“We should strengthen protections for American consumers, not gut them,” Obama said in a morning Rose Garden statement.
“Imagine if the NFL quadrupled the number of teams but didn’t increase the number of referees, he said. “You’d end up having havoc on the field, and you’d diminish the game. It wouldn’t be be fair [and] that’s part of what’s going on in a lot of these markets,” he said, while calling on Congress to give regulators an extra $52 million.
The pitch prompted immediate push-back from skeptical mainstream reporters on a 9:00 a.m phone call, and taunts from GOP activists prior to Obama’s mid-morning statement in the Rose Garden.
“Today’s Rose Garden event is just another gimmick – a shiny object to distract from the fact that Obama doesn’t have a solution for gas prices,” said a statement from Kirsten Kukowski, a spokeswoman for the Republican National Committee.
The administration is increasingly using the GOP’s budget plans, authored by House budget chairman Rep. Paul Ryan, to portray GOP politicians — especially presumptive presidential nominee Mitt Romney — as heartless and a threat to middle-class families.
This is the twisted sister, the best he’s got? And if you can tell it’s stupid, well you need to read more truthful publications. It’s really your problem that the President thinks you are this ignorant.