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    Quote Originally Posted by HB Surfer View Post
    China is stoked!

    Word came out today of entire new energy deals with China above and beyond the Keystone pipeline. China also won the Brazilian Oil deal today. What a bunch of suckers those Chinese are!

    We have Solyndra!!!
    You republicans sound like a bunch of crack addicts. Instead of getting off the drug, you complain that somebody else is taking it from you.

    We need to get away from oil republican'ts. Trouble is conservative(means backwards) so you lot are terrifted of taking a change on trying to improve the future.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pottle1918 View Post
    You republicans sound like a bunch of crack addicts. Instead of getting off the drug, you complain that somebody else is taking it from you.

    We need to get away from oil republican'ts. Trouble is conservative(means backwards) so you lot are terrifted of taking a change on trying to improve the future.
    He doesn't understand the nature of the deal.

    http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/news?p...d=aUcQstVre0Po

    Petrobras, as the Rio de Janeiro-based firm is known, also agreed to sell as much as 100,000 barrels of oil this year to China Petroleum & Chemical Corp.’s Sinopec unit, Gabrielli said.

    The loan will be used for general corporate purposes and to help Petrobras pay for a $174.4 billion, five-year investment plan, Gabrielli said, without giving details of the loan’s cost. The final terms of the loan will be worked out between now and May, when Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva travels to China on a state visit, a spokeswoman for Gabrielli said. The spokeswoman asked not to be named, citing company rules.

    Petrobras has been talking with China about the loan since last year. The company has been seeking alternatives to international bank lending and bonds to finance its spending plan in the face of an international credit crunch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BroncoBilly View Post
    Total bull(*)(*)(*)(*) margot, it is the fringe nut few that don't want it.

    http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2012-0...-pipeline.html
    So you call all the First Nations in BC, fringe nuts? Maybe you should do a little research about who opposes the Gateway pipeline before spouting off on a subject you obviously know nothing about. Google is your friend you know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Radio Refugee View Post
    Renounce oil and all oil derivatives or admit you're flaming hypocrite.

    This crap sickens me.
    What sickens me is that you think that in order for me to not be a hypocrite I'd have to die considering the fact that all food is transported via oil engines.
    You're logic is that of someone who is unable to think.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JamesDF View Post
    What sickens me is that you think that in order for me to not be a hypocrite I'd have to die considering the fact that all food is transported via oil engines.
    You're logic is that of someone who is unable to think.
    This pipeline will carry less than 700,000 barrels of heavy sour crude to Port Arthur, Texas to be refined an exported.

    It doesn't change the oil we import from Arabia, Mexico, Venezuela or Nigeria.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JamesDF View Post
    Originally Posted by Radio Refugee
    Renounce oil and all oil derivatives or admit you're flaming hypocrite.

    This crap sickens me.
    What sickens me is that you think that in order for me to not be a hypocrite I'd have to die considering the fact that all food is transported via oil engines.
    You're logic is that of someone who is unable to think.
    Ayuh,.... Yer the 1 who wants Us to revert to the 18th century standards...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bondo View Post
    Ayuh,.... Yer the 1 who wants Us to revert to the 18th century standards...
    Melodrama doesn't contribute to understanding the reality.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Margot View Post
    Melodrama doesn't contribute to understanding the reality.
    Ayuh,... 'n the Melodrama of the leftist thinkin' we can go from an Oil economy to a Green economy, OVERNIGHT is pretty Foolish...
    And quite Melodramatic...

    We need to keep as much oil flowing as possible...
    If, 'n When green technology matures to where it's viable, then, 'n only then do We need to worry about turnin' the oil spigot off...

    It hard to believe these leftist wingnuts are advocating shippin' oil 1/2 way around the world in a boat, is Safer than a pipeline over dry ground, through a reasonably stable part of the planet....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bondo View Post
    Ayuh,... 'n the Melodrama of the leftist thinkin' we can go from an Oil economy to a Green economy, OVERNIGHT is pretty Foolish...
    And quite Melodramatic...

    We need to keep as much oil flowing as possible...
    If, 'n When green technology matures to where it's viable, then, 'n only then do We need to worry about turnin' the oil spigot off...

    It hard to believe these leftist wingnuts are advocating shippin' oil 1/2 way around the world in a boat, is Safer than a pipeline over dry ground, through a reasonably stable part of the planet....
    More melodrama.. that's not going to happen.. and nobody expects to go green overnight.

    Have you ever heard of doubled walled supertankers.. They plow the seas year round every day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Margot View Post
    More melodrama.. that's not going to happen.. and nobody expects to go green overnight.

    Have you ever heard of doubled walled supertankers.. They plow the seas year round every day.
    Ayuh, which is still not nearly as Safe as a pipeline over dry ground...

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