http://www.upi.com/Science_News/Resourc … 300453143/
Who says Obama is opposed to drilling for oil in the gulf? Not true!! He's only against America drilling in the gulf! Apparently when other countries spill oil its good for the environment... This is yet further evidence that Obama hates America.
lady_love - You may want to check out the Hub I just wrote concerning Obama and the Brazil fiasco.
Funny how conservatives defend the right of American companies to export American jobs to Communist countries with dirt-cheap wages, no unions & no worker's rights. Hell, the GOP will subsidize the rape of the US worker.
But if a foreign county outbids a US company for a profitable oil lease, that's patriotic. Domestic oil production has gone UP under Obama. The US gets paid for any oil lease, which benefits the taxpayer. Who is LaLo really defending? American fat cats.
I wonder if you would feel the same if Bush issued this permit and the Koch brothers had a stake in Petrobas?
Well guess what George Soros does have a stake in Petrobas! Coincidence?
Yeah as if there aren't any liberal fat cats! Lol!! Left = Hypocrite!
by OLYHOOCH 7 years ago
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by theirishobserver. 8 years ago
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by David 5 years ago
Why did Mitt Romney lose the election?Why do you think he lost? Was it his policies, VP, Sandy or???Let's please keep this political and not get into name calling or other non-productive things.
by lauschrhod 8 years ago
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by SparklingJewel 8 years ago
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by woolman60 7 years ago
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