Tag Archive: Canada
Why aren’t they trying to move to Mexico? That seems racist.
If they seriously try and do so, they’ll discover that most countries have much tougher immigration laws than we do.
It’s not just the thousands of jobs he’s ended up costing, or the fact that now the oil will just get hauled at greater cost and environmental cost via trains (which lines Warren Buffett’s pockets) – now we’ve also rejected Canadian oil while encouraging the Iranians to get their oil to market.
Looks impressive. I like it. It’s long past time the fact that communism killed at least 100 million got some public attention.
That’s the right sort of reaction.
If the Democrats around me in Massachusetts have taught me anything, it’s that we have to avoid rushing to a conclusion as to the motive.
Once upon a time we got rid of all our coins that had purchasing power up to the modern dime.
And this time Obama doesn’t have an electorate to worry about with it. But hey, apparently Americans want high gas prices and don’t want jobs or Canada paying us to move oil.
The New York Times is noting that for some reason our dependence on Saudi oil is going up, and the Obama administration, fearful of the rising gas prices, is again planning on releasing oil from the strategic reserves for the sole purpose of driving down gas prices – selling off something meant for our military security to buy a few votes just so he can continue to thwart the U.S. and Canadian oil industries, which would happily lower our oil prices if we only let them drill and develop.
But of course it’s racist to point that out, right? If only there was some sort of oil boom our something we could exploit.
It’s past time we eliminated ours. At the time we eliminated the half penny, it had purchasing power of about our dime today.
Good. Barbarians. The tribal, traditionalist Islamic attitudes towards women are something we definitely have to stand up against as they immigrate to western society.
Chiquita is concerned about where they get their oil from. But they seem to be concerned about the wrong thing.