Jul 09, 2014
It's just like we could have had vehicles on the road already that get 70 to 150+ mpg, but they won't do it, they won't allow it. We could have done ethanol right, so that it would be less expensive, we'd have more of it and we wouldn't be using food sources like corn for its production, but they won't do it right, they won't allow it. Same with drilling for oil ON LAND normally which could still be done, but no, they won't allow it. They're rather more pollution with the fracking, make more by placing other fees and restrictions, etc.