Barack Obama · Oil

Renewable Energy Rasmussen Poll: 72% Of American Citizens Want Off Shore Drilling By Americans For America!

United States voters support offshore oil drilling more than ever, and most Americans don’t agree with President Obama’s decision to stop oil production.
72% who support it nationwide.

A new Rasmussen Reports survey shows even higher support in Texas which is 91%.

The idea, in fact, seems to be universally popular, with support from 89% of Conservatives, 85% of voters not affiliated with either major party and even 53% of Democrats disagree with Barrack Obama.

+2,000,000 Americans Protest Obama. The Largest Marching Protest Ever Against A Putative President In Washington D.C.

While President Obama has banned offshore drilling, he has kept it in place off the coasts of California and New England because of political opposition there.

Most voters in California and Massachusetts ALSO support resumption of offshore oil drilling.

BARACK OBAMA AWARDED [B.P. OIL] FOR SAFETY ~ JUST DAYS BEFORE BRITISH PETROLEUM ORCHESTRATED THE LARGEST MAN MADE DESTRUCTION TO THE WORLD’S ECOSYSTEM!

Libyan Oil Chart

STOP FORCING OUR BRAVE TO FIGHT BANKING CABAL SCHEMES AGAINST OTHER NATION STATES! WE HAVE OUR OWN OIL TO DRILL AND USE!

AMERICA’S  RENEWABLE ENERGY ~ OIL

ABIOTIC OIL IS SELF REPLENISHING ALWAYS WAS AND ALWAYS WILL BE. THIS FACT DISCREDITS THE BRITISH MONARCHY’S [FOSSIL FUEL] PROPAGANDA, THAT FEAR MONGERS ONLY A FINITE AMOUNT OF OIL IN THE PLANET.  1 Click  2 Click

  1. The Deep Hot Biosphere: The Myth of Fossil Fuels
  2. Abiogenic Petroleum Origin”
  3. Russia – deep, abiotic petroleum origins

“Not only are any predictions that the world is “running out of oil” invalid, so also are suggestions that the petroleum exploration and production industry is a “mature” or “declining” one. This writer ’s experience, gained from working in the former U.S.S.R. during the past five years, has provided compelling evidence that the

  1. petroleum industry is only now entering its adolescence.

That’s enough U.S. energy to achieve self-sufficiency and never worry about it as a national security question again.

The only thing left to do is drill. “Congress can do that for us right now,” Palin told IBD, urging Washington to open the territory.

That Congress hasn’t is the biggest part of the problem.

“Alaska should be the head, not the tail, to the energy solution,” Palin said.

It ought to be reassuring to Americans that energy can be developed here. Americans are environmentally conscious, and Palin herself has a good record on balancing development with ecology.

The alternative isn’t reassuring: If we don’t drill, the Russians will. Situated over on the eastern end of the Chukchi Sea, they have global ambitions of dominating the energy trade and no qualms about muscling in on the U.S.

Already, undersea volcanic activity has melted much of the Arctic ice cap and enabled more exploration than in the past. The U.S. has as much claim to the region as the Russians, but only the Russians seem to be taking advantage of the geological bounty.

It’s pure energy, not theoretics. That’s significant because Steven Chu’s Energy Department is spending too many resources trying to figure out how to turn all the weird wind power and switchgrass schemes into viable energy resources.

  1. Transition from oil even if one wanted to would be 100 years away, says Exxon Mobil
  2. Another Hundred Years Of A World Fueled By Oil – Wall Street
  3. Oil Will Dominate for Next 100 Years,  Shell Oil
  4. Clinton To Brazil: Obama Sends $10 Billion Of U.S. Tax Dollars To Brazil For Drilling New Oil, While Quashing America’s Drilling Rights.

His latest idea is to paint roofs white. None of this puts significant energy out to consumers. Nor does it come close to matching oil in energy value.

A recent study by Exxon Mobil calculated that even as efforts to develop alternative fuels move forward, oil will remain the dominant energy source through at least 2030.

Domestic oil and gas development is an off-the-shelf (dare we say “shovel ready”?) solution that can serve a bridge to all the green experiments if any someday pan out.

Drilling Alaska energy beats kowtowing to the Saudis or waiting for odd energy sources like wind power to become economical.

Since neither of those are solutions for America’s energy security, the best way to handle this is the third way, the Palin way: drilling.

Now that the resources are there, it’s time to do it.