The deep water drilling ban has been lifted just 3 weeks before the election. Coincidence?
I think not. Facts are it is going to be so hard to get a permit that they don't need a ban to make sure wells are not being explored or drilled. They do not even have all the so called "rules" set up so they don't HAVE to give out these permits. It's all for show. What do you think?
I think now would be wise to invest in the foreign energy sector since the Chinese get to explore in TX.
Answer by QuinnMae at 3:39 PM on Oct. 13, 2010
I'm opposed to deepwater drilling. I support alternative energy sources. That being said it's likely a purely political move. Like all the terror alerts before the 2004 election.
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Answer by UpSheRises at 4:07 PM on Oct. 13, 2010
I still wonder why Obama gave all that money to Brazil to drill for oil. Could it be because George Soros is a major investor in the oil company there. Soros also needs all those oil platforms down there too, that I think is why Obama had the drilling ban imposed here.
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