Saudi Prince sheds light on effects of Dem's 'unrealistic' energy Legislation

-Posted by D. Worth (US) | for- M. Barbay (France) US Visit.

Prince Turki addresses US Democrat's push toward a wide-ranging energy and environmental bill, aimed to put limits on the amount of greenhouse gases that big industries are allowed to emit...#

Legislation lacks cause & effect.

Turki said energy independence was an unrealistic, groundless and harmful concept likely to re-emerge once economic recovery pushed oil prices up.
"There is no technology on the horizon which can replace oil to satisfy colossal needs of U.S. industry, transport and armed forces. Any future scenario will be characterized by mix of renewable and non-renewable energies whether you like it or not," Turki said... Read more.
Must read: by Prince Turki Al-Faisal
Why Barack Obama's energy-dependence talk is just demagoguery.

Note: US citizens opposed as Democrats shoveled this radical legislation in the Senate; with sole intent of mass taxation! It's back now, in a huge rush before Obama's mass non-stimulus "over-correction" impacts its inflation.

I call on Saudis to assist by educating this administration on the reality of the consequence of their proposals; as I believe that they can prevent this destruction...
Image- Prince Saud Al-Faisal et Hillary ENLARGE

And where's George Washington's portrait on the mantle-piece? Did Democrats replace it their own version of a former European Colonialist/Federalist? Not Patrick Henry (Haha)

"There has never been any country at every moment so virtuous and so wise that it has not sometimes needed to be saved from itself."
-H. E. Havelock (February 2, 1859 - July 8, 1939)

Scurrying blindly before the damage (that everyone warned about) hits.
Dem's need the facts, much like this...
ht: instapundit

From Prince Turki's article:
"Saudi Arabia has a long record of specific actions that prove its strong commitment to providing the world with stable energy supplies. We have consistently pushed for lower prices than any other OPEC members have, and we sharply increased supplies after the Iranian Revolution, during the first Gulf War to replace the loss of Iraqi production, and immediately after the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks -- all in order to calm jittery global markets.

In fact, Saudi Arabia's oil policy has been consistent for the last 30 years: work to ensure the stability of the world's energy supply."

"The allure of demagoguery is strong, but U.S. politicians must muster the courage to scrap the fable of energy independence once and for all. If they continue to lead their people toward the mirage of independence and forsake the oasis of interdependence and cooperation, only disaster will result." -Prince Turki Al-Faisal

Today's Links...
No change in Saudi Oct oil cargoes to US – buyers: #
The Saudis announced lower prices to the United States Wednesday. The official selling price for benchmark Saudi Light falls to $2.90 a barrel below U.S. light crude, a $1.80 reduction. Read more.
NOTE: I recomend appointing the Prince as a "Foreign over-see" to stimulate and stabilize energy which includes S. Arabia in US renewable and non-renewable production; there-by replacing the U.S. "faux-green" energy Tsar!

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