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Breaking Our Addiction To Foreign Oil

Reader comment on: Michael Medved and Panel of Experts to Tackle Economy at June 14 JPC Forum in Washington, DC
in response to reader comment: Experts to tackle Economy June 14, We know what is really going on!!!!

Submitted by John Wesley Nobles (United States), Apr 30, 2009 16:37

It seems that breaking our addiction to foreign oil would cut off funding our enemies with US Dollars and go a long way toward fixing our economy. Energy security to me means national security and economic security. Certainly it is not the only part of the puzzle, but it is a major one. Boone Pickens is my hero! For more information go to PickensPlan.Com. Last month we gave over 18 billion dollars for imported foreign oil, and many of these countries don't like us very much. Attacking their wallets may be one of our most effective tools to boosting the economy.

John Wesley Nobles
Apple Valley, California


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