Misson Accomplished for Bush and Big Oil

There is no doubt that the current economic cruch is affection every middle and lower class american in a way that those have not been affected, perhaps since gas rationing of the 70's...and the argument can be made that nothing has been more severe since the depression or WWII. Price of absolutely everything is going up. Noty just gas which is astronomical, but groceries and neccessary clothing, housing, and everything considered a luxury as well. I know first hand about unemployment ...with evven those who have been steadily employed for decades being let go by miserly business owners who , when times get tough, know that THEY won't be the ones to suffer...suffer those loyal employees as a point of preference for them.

Alot of people are hurting...and you can shake your fist at big oil and the oil producing countries who want to maximize their profit. Yes it's greedy, and yes it just isnt nice, but for the most part, nobody gives away their goods or services for free, so don't expect oil producers, farmers, or anyone else to be expected to not attempt to maximize their earnings. What CAN be done is to conserve oil in every way possible, thereby turning the screws of supply and demand against big oil and oil producers, and by not cutting them any breaks ..and THAT is where the government CAN come in. Instead of a smile and wave from Bush and Cheney .....you can remind them that we have th power to make life difficult for them if they don't play nice. Perhaps the next adminnistration will do that. The only mission accompliSHED SO FAR BY THIS ADMINISTRATION IS for th most part standing back and cheering on Exxon Mobil's record profit each quarter. Histroy will mock this nation that militarily engaged one of the biggest oil producers while its ability to supply it's citicizens with affordable energy dwindled simulataneously.

Rebel Against Big Oil -The only way to beat them is to USE LESS GAS

EXXON made 40 BILLION in 2007

It's time we realize that the assault on Americans by greedy Big Oil is nearly treasonous. The country is tipping between a sure recession, with some analysts even saying the D word is possible if not likely. BIG OIL, enabled by Bush, Cheney, Greed, are the biggest culprit of this decline. But lets be honest...Americans are letting Big Oil get by with this ...who can blame Exxon for charging what they charge when we pay it ..need it ...and don't take steps to keep some of their profit in our own pockets.

WE CANT CONTROL EXXON ...and for damn sure, the current administration will do nothing against them. What we can do, is limit their effect at every turn. EVERY LITTLE THING YOU DO to conserve a drop of gas is a drop of gas they can't sell you at 3.50 a gallon. THOSE drops add up...everyone needs to do the things that are obvious ...properly inflated tires, easing up on the pedal, combining trips...staying closer to home when you can ...waste as little as you can.

Yes...the pure economics of 3.50 or 4.00 a gallon gas will limit the consumption...people will naturally stay closer to home and conserve as much as possible anyway...but VOW to do MORE. SERIOUSLY..>EVERY SINGLE DROP COUNTS NOW. THIS IS A PATRIOTIC CONSUMER WAR WAGED AGAINST BIG OIL. LETS LIMIT THEIR PROFIT AND SWING THE PENDULUM BACK TO THE PEOPLE.

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