This Is What I Want
well I can dream, can’t I?
If you have stumbled on this article in the hope of finding something to distract you, and you are, or consider yourself, a liberal in life and in political beliefs, you probably should look further for another distraction.
This article is about me as an individual, and my wants and beliefs as an independent thinker. Someone who is dedicated to an archaic belief that our forefathers intended for each of us to be, as Christians, and strongly religious people of any faith believing in a single God, righteous people with a deep regard for God, family, country and our fellow man. Or even Agnostics and Atheists with the same value base.
Here is what I believe, in no particular order of importance, and without regard to another’s beliefs or with any desire whatsoever to try to persuade you or anyone else to change over to what I believe. This week will deal with gasoline prices.
What I am saying here is what, if I had the power to do, I would. Without a care for you or your own personal interests.
Now I have never ran an oil company, refining plant, or even a gas station. But neither has Obama, er...El Presidente Obama para Los Estados Unidos. So I’d say we are equally qualified to talk about what he considers a dead energy source, for which you are a flat-earther if you think its not. It’s great to be so far ahead of everybody else as El Presidente. I mean look at all the Green Energy options he has, Algae, windmills, solar panels, which by the way, are all about thirty to fifty years away from enough production to fill about twenty-five per cent of our energy needs.
That’s why, in the words of several if not all people who do run and do have the correct oil reserve figures and information needed for an intelligent energy policy, the United States needs a bridging policy. A bridging policy will get us from point A (here) to point B (there). What that means in practical terms is, if we want to have all these wonderful new energy sources developed and in place in the next thirty to fifty years we must have developed our oil sources, not Saudi Arabia’s or Mexico’s or even Canada’s. We have shale oil Fracking capabilities now, we have ANWR reserves that can be used, we have off shore drilling resources, nor just in the Gulf, but on almost 100% of our coast lines.
We have natural gas, and coal resources. As well as oil, all being sorely restricted and almost regulated out of business by this President. Because he is trying to force the development of alternative energy sources because he thinks because he is forcing the development of those things he can some how put us in a Greener position sooner— there is more to it than that, however when you consider the multi-million and billionaires he is making that help finance his campaign simply by giving them subsidy funds to simply lay out something that says they have a plan to succeed where everyone else has failed
There’s a right way and a wrong way to do things economically and this man hasn’t got a clue of the right way. If we were developing our oil and gas and coal resources now— we have at least sixty times more than Obama thinks we do (or tells us we do, knowing he’s Bsing us)— we have around three to five hundred years supply for our energy needs. Which we might not have to use half of by using it as a bridge to the future, and which would drop the prices of gasoline at the pump, dramatically in a very short period of time, simply by announcing to the world what a real energy plan is.
If you believe we’re going to have green energy in the next twenty years vote for Obama and invest in Algae. If you want serious strides forward, well think about it.
D. Kenneth Ross