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by Catwoman2015  Feb 12, 2015

Keystone Pipeline might not supply ND but they are producing their own. Son lives there. There is Zero unemployment in ND as well.

by JimL1  Jan 05, 2015

If we refined the crude near where it comes out of the ground, then we could supply our northern states with the fuels that they need, not endanger our croplands, and still not need Saudi Arabia. BTW, last I knew the Keystone pipeline served Canada-- Not N. Dakota.

by dallfo  Jul 31, 2014

Let me know when you find one of those. The last one we've seen was Reagan.

by LanguageMan1  Jun 26, 2014

Make it three or four years. Even those making $40k plus a year are having a harder time of it today, and that's lower middle class today.

by LanguageMan1  Jun 26, 2014

What you don't understand is multi-fold. Yeah, innovation will increase; but they won't allow it all. Just like we could already have vehicles on the road today getting 70 to 150+ mpg and could have for over a decade already, but they don't allow it, they crush it. When the prices go up for oil and gas, and it will, then prices will be higher for everything else. For those of us in the lower income brackets of $30k and under, or less than that in my own case, it'll be difficult just to have enough to eat in some cases. A dozen eggs for $1.89? Hardly! Try about $5 to $8 for a dozen or more. There will be some balance here in the early part of all of this over the next year or two, possibly three, but after that, forget it. It will spiral upwards out of control.

by LanguageMan1  Jun 26, 2014

"The free market will set the price...probably higher than we want." Yes, they'll be higher as it's not going to lower prices in the long run. They're going to come down a bit in the near term, but not in the long run. This only furthers the goal of the top 2% who want gas to be $5 to $14 a gallon here in the US, and they'll get it there yet.

by sarasotasingle  May 23, 2014

Welcome to the Elite club...ALL TIME POINTS LEADER BOARD... GREAT JOB!!!... CONGRATS, I am trying to get there... Your NEWEST GB...AL

by applepie2010  May 18, 2014

Thank you for joining us at "OK". Hope to see you there often. Have a great day!

by ItisAJeepThing  Apr 16, 2014

Thanks for becoming my newest buddy. Visit Tucson often. Have a great Easter weekend. Warren {:-)

by SHEP20715  Apr 08, 2014

Congratulations on posting for 700 consecutive days. That is real commitment. May 2014 bring peace and joy. .YB.Shep

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