Of Crickets & Oil…

It’s funny how a few short years and a Socialist Progressive Marxist in the White House can shut those crickets right the fuck up over the price of fuel, isn’t it? Do the Lamestream Midiots report on a Rogue MisAdministration being in contempt of court by illegally continuing to ban oil drilling in the Gulf of Mexico, after the initial ban was put in place by MisAdministration officials blatantly and fraudulently changing a report written by experts in the field, AFTER they had signed off on the original report? Do the Lamestream Midiots report on the world-record-shattering energy discoveries taking place right under our very own feet? With energy prices “necessarily sky-rocketing”, do the Lamestream Midiots think that we’d forget who said what about energy prices just a few short years ago?

Those must be some damn well-oiled crickets, because can’t even hear ’em chirpin’.



  1. 1
    LC BOATS growls and barks:

    In the last two weeks here in central In. gas has went from $3.04 to $3.55. At that rate it wont be long and we will be at $4.50. Ill go with the temporary fix that shows we have enough oil under foot to last for years until we come up with something cheaper. Besides aren’t you getting a bit tired of paying the rag heads to kill our troops.

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    lc purple raider growls and barks:

    Let’s have wells up and down both coasts and all over the Gulf.

    Hey, sounds good for me. Then we can stop growing ethanol, and start growing food instead.

  3. 3
    LC Ogrrre growls and barks:

    Let’s have wells up and down both coasts and all over the Gulf.

    DJ, that’s gonna happen anyway. It just won’t be American oil companies doing the drilling, but China and Brazil and whomever else has sent bribes to the narcissist in chief.

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    LC Gunsniper growls and barks:

    One thing I rarely hear mentioned in the great oil debate is that America is grossly lacking in refining capacity. We seriously need to modernize and expand our refining capacity with a quickness otherwise “drill baby, drill” will just be an empty slogan.

  5. 5
    LC Gunsniper growls and barks:


    Jugears gives out the first deepwater drilling permit and the winner is…

    Fucking BP!

    Thanks for the laughs oh mighty Idiot in Chief. :em99:

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    lc purple raider growls and barks:

    LC Gunsniper says:

    One thing I rarely hear mentioned in the great oil debate is that America is grossly lacking in refining capacity. We seriously need to modernize and expand our refining capacity with a quickness otherwise “drill baby, drill” will just be an empty slogan.

    I have the perfect places for refineries.

    Santa Barbara, CA.

    Berkeley, CA

    Madison, WI

    Austin, TX

    Anyone else have a spot we can refine that will really piss off the leftists.

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    BC, Imperial Torturer growls and barks:

    Anyone else have a spot we can refine that will really piss off the leftists.

    Well, since ANY refinery located ANYWHERE on American soil will send those assmonkeys into fits of apoplectic rage, I have a perfect place in mind that will keep the refineries “out in the boonies” and yet close enough to the Gulf for much of the supply to be shipped directly to them via pipeline— Southwestern Polk County in FL.

    Use your favorite mapping program (Google, Bing, etc.) and do a search for “Brewster, FL”, then zoom out a bit. You’ll see hundreds of square miles of former phosphate mines, mostly covered in exotic invasive plants. [Particularly, the world’s #1 pest plant— Cogon grass. (Imperata cylindrica)] A lot of the area was mined before reclamation laws were put into place, so they’re just overgrown mountains of overburden and stagnant pools of water that breed mosquitoes. The phosphate industry has shrunk by leaps and bounds over the last couple of decades, but there is still the manufacturing and maintenance base services providers around that could throw up a refinery or ten in no time, not only bringing in thousands of high-paying jobs to a depressed area, but also filling the state’s (and Fed’s) coffers with tax dollars by putting AMERICANS back to work using AMERICAN resources. The pipeline right-of-ways to pump the oil to the refineries are already in place, since there are natural gas and ammonia pipelines in the ground and more being put into place as we speak. Combine this much-needed, REAL “Investment in America” with numerous plasma gasification plants throughout the country and we’d be sitting on enough energy resources to put the oil ticks into the poor house, make landfills a thing of the past and start paying off that mountain of debt that Ear Leader and his Marxist Muttfuckers have saddled our kids and grandkids with.


    BTW, for those of you not in FL, our state’s EnviroLoons, Inc.® (Including the former RINO-in-Chief, Charlie Crist.) have a petition drive going to try and get a FL Constitutional amendment banning drilling in ALL of our state’s water on the ballot for November 2012. I’d LOVE to see them stand there at a gas station trying to get people to sign those petitions as they’re paying $100 to fill up their vehicles. Hell, I’d pay to see that.
    :em01: :em99: :em01: :em99:

    Update: Let’s see if this little map thingie works so y’all don’t have to bother searching.

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    Gladiator growls and barks:

    WHOOPS…meant 100 years and 2111.

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    BC, Imperial Torturer growls and barks:

    Gladiator, there is growing evidence that many of the “dry” wellfields throughout TX, OK and the Gulf of Messico are starting to REFILL. If this pans out, then the myth of “Peak Oil” will be further debunked and the “green” technologies (Wind & Solar) will be proven to be even bigger white elephants fucking those broken-winged albatrosses than they already are.

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    Gladiator growls and barks:

    BC, Imperial Torturer says:

    Anyone else have a spot we can refine that will really piss off the leftists.

    You know, Ive often wondered why US companies dont just locate right across the border, in Mexico or Baja Calif and skirt all the envirowhackjob laws. Baja is so barren, it would make a great place for landfills too.

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    BC, Imperial Torturer growls and barks:

    In honor of O’Bungles achieving his “necessarily skyrocketing fuel prices”, we bring back an oldie-but-goody, updated to reflect the Rott’s new moniker.

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    BC, Imperial Torturer growls and barks:

    Here’s a new one… :em93:

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    BC, Imperial Torturer growls and barks:

    My problem with a lot of people on your side is that they don’t want to push for new energy technologies. It is just drill, drill, drill and to hell with everything else.

    Bullshit. Most of us say “Let’s use the PROVEN technology that we already have NOW and let the eggheads PERFECT their utopian energy devices BEFORE committing economic suicide by using them on a massive scale, knowing full-well that they are inefficient, wasteful boondoggles being pushed by Ponzi schemers of the likes the world has never seen.” In the meantime, people’s lives and livelihoods are shattered by YOUR side preventing us from accessing and using PROVEN energy reserves and technology (Nukes anyone? Bueller?) in order to provide the US with less-expensive energy. Solar and wind will NEVER be efficient enough to do more than provide a minuscule percentage of the world’s energy needs without taking up the entire surface of the planet that they’re supposed to be saving. Also, as I’ve pointed out on a number of occasions, those “green technologies” are also so impotent and dependent on weather factors that they will ALWAYS require a redundant back-up system large enough to provide the original energy needs when the weather isn’t “optimal”. (Which is close to 99% of the time.) Who in their right fucking mind would invest TRILLIONS of dollars in a system that is inefficient, takes up huge tracts of land & sea, act as Avian CuisinArts™ and, as an added bonus, requires you to keep an entire secondary generation system sitting there idling and being maintained? Is it REALLY that fucking difficult to grasp the supreme idiocy of such a scheme?

    Yeah, I know the talking points about if there is money to be made in another technology, someone would develop it. The problem is, that isn’t true.

    Yes, it is true.

    A lot of the technologies that could be developed are shelved because the startup on them is too high.

    You don’t think that Bill Gates, Richard Branson, T. Boone Pickens,George Soros, Teh Great Goron, et al have enough scratch tucked away in their kitties to pony up the the start-up costs, if there was really any money to be made in “alternative energy“? Really? Seriously?

    Much of our current technology we use every day came from the government spending billions of dollars on military and space programs and the discoveries and technologies that came out of those programs eventually made it to …

    Uh huh. Problem is, nowadays they’re too busy reaching out to the Mooselimp world and chasing after mythical Glow Bull Worming dragons to even get a fucking weather satellite into routine orbit. Yeeeeeeah, I want guys like Hansen, Mann, Schmidt, et al in charge of MY tax dollars for decades as they “expertly” come up with “alternative energy sources”.

    …well that computer you are staring at right now, for an example.

    The guys and gals at IBM, as well as Bill Gates and Steve Jobs, might have a few bones of contention to pick with you on your assessment of who invented the modern computer…

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    bruce growls and barks:

    we have more oil on land that all of the middle east but the national socialist democrats will not let us drill!! can’t build nuke plants because they might blow up like they do in hollywood movies.so when you see a democrat remind them that they support communisum and high fuel prices.burning our food does not help prices.