AmericanTruckersAtWar

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Islam, Oil, Elections and America

If (and I reiterate the word “IF”) we were to get attacked here this year, my money lies in the time period between August 1 and end of September 2008. Too many little things are falling into place in a very large and complex jigsaw puzzle.

By Randy Taylor, Independent Analyst

7 June 2008: I roll my eyes while listening to the media and their take on the oil and fuel issues facing our country. Not because it’s funny but instead because no one will point out the elephant in the middle of the room. The Islamic elephant that has the United States over a barrel and intends to keep us there.

The suggestion that the use of fuel in the US has doubled in the last few years is an asinine statement. We didn’t grow that much in population and we certainly didn’t increase the numbers of automobiles by that percentage. There have been SUV’s around for more than three or four years back when gas was still at least affordable. We are at $4.00 a gallon and the eco-analysts are predicting fuel at $5.00 or more a gallon by July. The fuel issue is twofold, low volume and high demand and the US oil companies raking in record profits. However, if the output at the sources in the Middle East were pumping it out at higher volume, we wouldn’t be paying these high prices.

And of course, let’s not forget our little Hitler, the president of Venezuela who is turning the screws on the US every chance he gets. We are so confused in our patriotism that we still allow that piece of crap to own and operate one of the largest end distributor-retailers in the United States, CITGO. His anti-American sentiment and comments alone should be enough that those gas outlets should have tumbleweeds blowing across the parking lot but that won’t happen. That problem is twofold as well, a huge Hispanic population here in the US and other people just don’t care if they deal with the devil anymore as long as the devil has the necessities of life available and if those necessities are convenient.  More from Northeast Intelligence Netword

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June 11, 2008 - Posted by | economy, trucking | , ,

1 Comment »

  1. Good Lord, that made almost no sense whatsoever.

    I tried to follow along, but it’s all a bit random. ‘Confused in our patriotism?’ What exactly is that supposed to mean? Are you suggesting we, the American consumer, are failing to boycott Citgo? Or are you blaming the large Hispanic population for buying gas there, since of course all Hispanic people are lumped together into one pro-Venezuela group (yeah, Colombians just love Chavez, don’t they?)

    Comment by Roland Hulme | June 12, 2008 | Reply


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