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As usual, the liberal media will never televise these facts! Remember this as you pay through the nose for groceries, heating, fuel for your vehicles, and everything else that you need as it goes up up and up in cost!

All the while, people file lawsuits to block our resources from being developed as our economy and every family and individuals suffers.




Subject: Only 74 Miles of Pipeline Needed

The only thing standing in the way of America receiving an additional 1,000,000 barrels of oil every day and lower gas prices:

Only 74 Miles of pipeline and one election needed …
This video from CONGRESS is an eye opener, FOLKS! IT'S GONNA KNOCK YOUR SOCKS OFF!!!

The MEDIA did NOT tell us about this speech in Congress! Click below, watch, listen and pass it on. It needs to be heard by the American people. ( video )

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MlfmvwxxgHM
If you will enjoy paying $5.00 for a gallon of gas, do nothing. If you think that it is a lie that we have more oil than Saudi Arabia and more coal than anywhere else, then don't forward this.


If you want a strong America however, forward this. The truth will never be heard by watching PBS, CNN, and MSNBC.
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MlfmvwxxgHM
 

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In 1966, Alaska Natives protested a Federal oil and gas lease sale of lands on the North Slope which were claimed by Natives

These claims were settled in 1971 by the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act, which granted them 44,000,000 acres

On December 2, 1980, Carter signed into law the Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act, which created more than 104,000,000 acres (420,000 km2) of national parks, wildlife refuges and wilderness areas from Federal holdings in that state. The bill allowed drilling in ANWR,

In November 1986, a draft report by the United States Fish and Wildlife Service recommended that all of the coastal plain within the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge be opened for oil and gas development.

In 1996 the Republican-majority House and Senate voted to allow drilling in ANWR, but this legislation was vetoed by President Bill Clinton.

President George W. Bush pushed to perform exploratory drilling for crude oil and natural gas in and around the refuge. The House of Representatives voted in mid-2000 to allow drilling. In April 2002 the Senate rejected it.

the most common argument against oil drilling in Alaska ans the coastal areas is that it will take a decade to see the oil..

had this passed in 96.. we would not be as dependent on foreign oil..
(17 years ago)..


had it passed in 2000, we would not be as dependent on foreign oil..
(11 years ago)

had this passed in 2002.. we would soon be not as dependent on foreign oil.. (9 years ago)


The Republican-controlled Senate passed Arctic Refuge drilling on March 16, 2005 as part of the federal budget resolution for fiscal year 2006.[20] That Arctic Refuge provision was removed during the reconciliation process, due to Democrats in the House of Representatives who signed a letter stating they would oppose any version of the budget that had Arctic Refuge drilling in it

this needs to be dealt with.. not Brazilian oil,, or Colombian refineries..

but US oil..
 

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