Oil Troubles Not From Saudis

-Posted by D. Worth (US) | for- M. Barbay (France)
Our Oil Troubles Not From Saudis
The media is going wild with the rate hike that went up after Bush visit...
After reading some of the liberal blogs, I don't want the Left near Leadership of America... Or near Foreign policy with the Saudis...

The fact remains: Saudi/US mutuality of the 50's, has helped US... And helped Saudis to build their infrastructure and oil industry...Our relationship aided & advanced medical research and technologies, building hospitals, and educational opportunity for many Saudis, and others around the world...

Today, Bush regarded his meeting in the Kingdom, as successful... And told reporters in Egypt's Red Sea resort of Sharm el-Sheikh:
Our problem in America gets solved when we aggressively go for domestic exploration. Our problem in America gets solved if we expand our refining capacity, promote nuclear energy and continue our strategy for the advancing of alternative energies as well as conservation," he said.
Our problem in America gets solved when we overcome...
Eighties Liberal policy against "scary things" like Nuclear energy...
And "dirty things" like EPA-approved coal; and less visionary politics like thwarting approval of a "limited expand of U.S. oil exploration"... Also found nineties Democrat elitists as "Wealthy Reps" who took America's life-line;
And out-sourced it all...

Here's the Democrat Foreign policy on the Bush trip:
"Democrats introduced the measure to coincide with Bush's trip to send a message to Saudi Arabia that it should pump more oil to reduce the cost of gas for Americans...

Senate Democrats introduced a resolution that would block $1.4 billion in arms sales to Saudi Arabia unless Riyadh agrees to increase its oil production by 1 million barrels per day."
Yeah folks, the same Liberals that brought you "Hollywood environmental scares"...
(which could have been handled in a much more positive way)
Here they are again, with their "terrorist Appeasing" Film:

What a Pack of re-written history! Spliced in lies! Played fast so you don't have time to question veracity. Don't vote for this mindset!

Janine Zacharia at Bloomberg reports on the Saudi Increase:"
Saudi Arabia Says It Will Boost Oil Output in June
In another sign of cooperation, Saudi Aramco, the kingdom's state-run oil company, and U.S.-based Conoco Phillips said they will build and own a 400,000 barrel-a-day refinery in Yanbu on the Saudi Red Sea Coast, to be completed by 2013. Read more.

Eco-lawyers road-blocks against alternative energy sources, and potential environmental voter-blocks... Must end. Don't vote for them!

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