What's to disagree with here?

To strengthen our economy, we need urgent action to keep energy prices down. All of us remember what it felt like to pay at the pump. And unless we act now, those prices will return.
To stop that from happening, we need to increase conservation, increase energy efficiency, increase the use of alternative and renewable fuels, increase our use of nuclear power, and increase drilling for oil and gas here at home.

7 Responses to “What's to disagree with here?”

  1. lemontreesp Says:

    no we have enough oil for 100+years stop being melodramatic of course some alternative energy is needed just as a back up like Bio diesel or solar power

  2. Cherry Cherry Boom Boom Says:

    Wrong, if we increase conservation, our economy will go into deflation. This is what’s currently happening. That is why our gas prices are so low. [also due to supply and demand] When energy prices are deflating, that means our economy is hell.

    nuclear power? Do you know how much money it costs to build a nuclear plant? millions! It has also killed thousands of people because of radioactivity

  3. rare2findd Says:

    we do?
    and just exactly when?
    and who will know what the heck you are even talking about?

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  5. Shut Up and Hope Says:

    Drill baby drill.

    We got lots of oil and should tap it. The number one priority right now is the economy – and producing our own oil will help only be positive in getting us out of the financial mess.

    If we didn’t have politicians in Washington and a group of average citizens making decisions – we would be drilling tomorrow.

  6. redstatemoron Says:

    What’s to disagree with? The nuclear and drilling for more oil here parts.

  7. Rayne Storm Says:

    The gas prices are raising anyway…Wait until Obama adds the fuel tax to pay for all of his spending bills…Expect $4 a gallon again next year, if not more