Should Bush release some Oil reserve

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  1. K6UEY

    K6UEY Ham Member QRZ Page

    W5ALT,
    Walt you are right about the left coast,but give us time ,we are finally ridding our selves of all the liberalism that has been in charge,and drove business out of the state. There still are pockets of the leftists,and those are the ones who will make the most noise.If most of them would stop and pull their head out of it's normal position they would see progress is being made both by President Bush and by Govenor Arnold here on the left coast.The liberals dug in so deep it will take time to root them all out,so expect to be hearing their whinning and crying for a while,that is their method of curing the problem.
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  2. K3XR

    K3XR Ham Member QRZ Page

    I love how the environmental wackos, who have found a home in the Democrat Party, want to blame President Bush for the price of fuel.  Bush is the one person to put forth an energy policy to break our dependence on foriegn oil.  Please tell me the details of Clinton's plan.

    It's long past time to drill for oil in this country.  Alaska holds some vast reserves.

    If you do some research, I beleive you will find that even if the emergency oil reserve were released, it would only have a minimal impact on the price.

    As to the left coast, I have spent some time in various parts of the state, and it is quite beautiful.  When is comes to their regulations on fuel, like a box of cereal, it's clear why they call it the land of fruits and nuts.

    DAN, K3XR
     
  3. WA5KRP

    WA5KRP Ham Member QRZ Page

    </span><table border="0" align="center" width="95%" cellpadding="3" cellspacing="1"><tr><td>Quote (N6WK @ June 01 2004,19:43)</td></tr><tr><td id="QUOTE">And Just and just what would a man from TEXAS consider an Emergency???  [/QUOTE]<span id='postcolor'>
    No Mexican food.

    WA5KRP
    Texas
     
  4. K6UEY

    K6UEY Ham Member QRZ Page

    What an ignorant statement to make,with out the mexican labor to pick the crops in california 90 % of the tables across this country would be bare. They come here and work their but off to put food on the US tables,because no US citizen will get off their lazy butt and do the job. Besides why should they work the Liberals will take care of them .California thanks to the liberals has the highest number on welfare and pays them more than any other state for doing nothing but sitting around and getting fatter. You never see a FAT mexican ag worker they work too hard for the little they are paid,just to put food on most of the US tables.......
     
  5. WA5KRP

    WA5KRP Ham Member QRZ Page

    </span><table border="0" align="center" width="95%" cellpadding="3" cellspacing="1"><tr><td>Quote (N6WK @ June 01 2004,20:55)</td></tr><tr><td id="QUOTE">Danny,  I just read your info On QRZ   I am Impressed. You are a TRUE Ham and My hat is off to you.  I like the way you have included your equipment in your info.  It is My pleasure to know you and to have Corresponded with you.
    I hope to work you on the air sometime.
    73's
    gordon
    N6WK[/QUOTE]<span id='postcolor'>
    You're very kind.  Please help folks along the way........somebody will say something just as nice to you. Ain't this a great hobby?


    73

    WA5KRP
    Texas
     
  6. W0UZR

    W0UZR Ham Member QRZ Page

    We would have to pay our workers the same wage as we would pay the Mexicans in order for it to be feasible to use our oil where we could afford it.

    That's the problem...Why do you think most of our companies and jobs are overseas? Because it's cheaper than having them here.

    Now, If we owed oil fields overseas, and hired the low wage workers to work on our oil fields over there, then that would be having our cake and eating it too...

    The problem is, our oil fields are here....
     
  7. Guest

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    I can't believe I agree with N6WK. What's wrong with the left coast, giving same cost education to illegals?
    N7SYY
     
  8. W0UZR

    W0UZR Ham Member QRZ Page

    </span><table border="0" align="center" width="95%" cellpadding="3" cellspacing="1"><tr><td>Quote </td></tr><tr><td id="QUOTE">Quote (K6UEY @ June 02 2004,03:48)
    What an ignorant statement to make,with out the mexican labor to pick the crops in california 90 % of the tables across this country would be bare. They come here and work their but off to put food on the US tables,because no US citizen will get off their lazy butt and do the job. .....[/QUOTE]<span id='postcolor'>
    More like,,,that no US citizen will work for the wage they are paying....
     
  9. K6UEY

    K6UEY Ham Member QRZ Page

    KBØUZR,
    Steve,obviously you have the answer,the mexican laborer will do the work for the wages paid and you are willing to pay the price for a head of lettuce,so the answer is pay the American laborer a higher wage and he will pick the crop,but the snag comes then who will pay $10.00 for a head of lettuce?? That is if you can get him to pick the crop,you will have to pay more than Welfare is paying him to sit on his butt and collect. The major problem that is over looked by the Unions and other Socialist's it is not a Zero sum condition,if you pay some one more you must charge more and that means some one will pay more for the commodity,see how the fly gets into the porridge?? [​IMG]
     
  10. KG6JTB

    KG6JTB Ham Member QRZ Page

    How did we get from discussing &quot;oil&quot; to &quot;Mexicans&quot;?

    I have nearly no problem with immigration, legal or other. I don't know anyone who has been displaced from work by an undocumented immigrant. If the immigrants would only pay for the governmental services (schools, hospitals, roads, police/fire) they use while guest workers, then who could complain?

    As long as America continues to prosper, there is plenty of pie for everyone.

    Oil reserves should stay put.

    Move on, next topic.

    Dave
    KG6JTB
     
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