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Death Pangs of the Greatest Republic

27 Apr

When you see the absolute incompetence of this administration, you can’t help but to wonder, just how far up their rear ends are their heads?
I mean to say, how stupid do they think the American people are? In the article below, you will read the Department of the Interior’s assessment of Gas (energy) prices in our country and their future rates, and you will see the ineptness of Secretary Salazar is MONUMENTAL!

Politicians act like, books don’t exist, the internet doesn’t exist, and common sense has jumped the last plane out of the country, oh, wait, common sense wouldn’t have the money for a ticket, jet fuel prices being what they are, and even if common sense had the cash for a ticket,  the TSA would grope, molest, and violate its fourth amendment rights.

They act like information doesn’t exist. Information that absolutely debunks all their non theories. “We don’t know why energy prices are high”?

Here’s a lesson for them in free market economics.

If demand for a product is high, produce more of that particular product.

End of lesson.

We now have (through new techniques) more oil and natural gas in our homeland than Saudi Arabia has or will ever have!

So, how bout it Fed’s, how about we have the kiddies at the EPA get their crayons out and draw for a while, and let the adults get to drilling and fracking !

Salazar: ‘No one knows’ if US headed to $9/gal gas

by Joel Gehrke, campaign2012.washingtonexaminer.com April 24th 2012 4:47 PM

Department of Interior Secretary Ken Salazar said that “no one knows” if gasoline prices in the United States will reach $9 per gallon, and acknowledged that the possibility is outside his control.

“I don’t think anyone can speculate what will happen with respect to oil prices and gas prices because they are set on the global economy,” Salazar told reporters when asked if gas prices could reach $9 per gallon, as they have been in Greece. “Where it will all end, no one knows.

He explained that “what we see happening today are the influences first of unrest in places like the Middle East and Iran, which disrupt the markets and allow the futures markets to play on some of what they see [in] the unrest around the world; and secondly the huge demand that you’ve started seeing in places like China, India and Brazil.”

Salazar touted President Obama’s “all of the above” energy policy and the prospect of renewable energy, but warned that “we do not control the price of oil.”

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