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Old 03-26-2005, 12:01   #1 (permalink)
Educated Republican
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ANWR shall yield to my Big Iron dreams

I drive a Ford F250 (full size, American made, accept no substitutes)
with a 6.8L Triton V10 engine that needs lots of clean fuel. I ride
tall and proud in American iron and I need American oil to power it.
Since 1960 the ANWR reserve has been waiting for God fearing Americans
to extract our deserved bounty from it. We have waited long enough for
the sake of some dumb animals we can't even see, let alone hunt. What
good is land after all unless it serves Him and His true children?

I will not let Birkenstock-wearing, polar bear hugging, dope smoking
eco-weenies deny ME MY right to drive what I want, where I want and
however fast I want. Rush says we can get 10 years of oil from ANWR (or
was it oil after 10 years - who cares?) I will never EVER buy an alien
looking Prius or any future hybrid truck shit cause I need the rumble
of those 10 pistons when I'm sitting still. That V10 thunder assures me
that I have massive American torque on tap at all moments. You never
know when you might have to pull a stump.

Drill ANWR now and stop your eco-whining about "nature." True nature is
against everything America stands for. We were born to build and haul
big loads in Big Iron.

Steve

"It's money that matters, hear what I say..." (Randy Newman)

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Old 03-26-2005, 13:01   #2 (permalink)
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Re: ANWR shall yield to my Big Iron dreams

On 26 Mar 2005 11:29:29 -0800, "Educated Republican"
<educated_republican@yahoo.com> wrote:

>I drive a Ford F250 (full size, American made, accept no substitutes)
>with a 6.8L Triton V10 engine that needs lots of clean fuel. I ride
>tall and proud in American iron and I need American oil to power it.
>Since 1960 the ANWR reserve has been waiting for God fearing Americans
>to extract our deserved bounty from it. We have waited long enough for
>the sake of some dumb animals we can't even see, let alone hunt. What
>good is land after all unless it serves Him and His true children?
>
>I will not let Birkenstock-wearing, polar bear hugging, dope smoking
>eco-weenies deny ME MY right to drive what I want, where I want and
>however fast I want. Rush says we can get 10 years of oil from ANWR (or
>was it oil after 10 years - who cares?) I will never EVER buy an alien
>looking Prius or any future hybrid truck shit cause I need the rumble
>of those 10 pistons when I'm sitting still. That V10 thunder assures me
>that I have massive American torque on tap at all moments. You never
>know when you might have to pull a stump.
>
>Drill ANWR now and stop your eco-whining about "nature." True nature is
>against everything America stands for. We were born to build and haul
>big loads in Big Iron.
>
>Steve
>
>"It's money that matters, hear what I say..." (Randy Newman)



Welcome back idiot!

Matt
99 V-10 Super Duty, Super Cab 4x4
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Old 03-26-2005, 14:01   #3 (permalink)
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Re: ANWR shall yield to my Big Iron dreams

Me Too , here's a pic of me 'n the boys havin a hot tub party , y'all
come an join us , y'hear .

Educated Republican wrote:
> American made, accept no substitutes)


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Old 03-26-2005, 14:01   #4 (permalink)
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Re: ANWR shall yield to my Big Iron dreams

You'd be wise to start looking into producing substitutes for fossil
fuel because the oil is going to start getting very scarce a lot sooner
than ten years.


"Educated Republican" <educated_republican@yahoo.com> wrote in message:
> I drive a Ford F250 (full size, American made, accept no substitutes)
> with a 6.8L Triton V10 engine that needs lots of clean fuel. I ride
> tall and proud in American iron and I need American oil


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Old 03-26-2005, 17:02   #5 (permalink)
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Re: ANWR shall yield to my Big Iron dreams

On 26 Mar 2005 11:29:29 -0800, "Educated Republican"
<educated_republican@yahoo.com> wrote:

<snip>

GoAT.

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candidates and parties have to stand for something.
They cannot be strictly against the opposition. Even
worse, they cannot be for and against what the other
side believes in."

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Old 03-26-2005, 17:02   #6 (permalink)
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Re: ANWR shall yield to my Big Iron dreams

On 26 Mar 2005 11:29:29 -0800, "Educated Republican"
<educated_republican@yahoo.com> wrote or quoted :

>Rush says we can get 10 years of oil from ANWR (or
>was it oil after 10 years - who cares?)


I did a calculation a while ago, and it was under 2 years, presuming
no increase in demand.

Perhaps we need a third party to check the figures.

In any case, by destroying ANWR you get to procrastinate going to
alternate energy a little longer, letting the Japanese get that much
further ahead in clean energy. BUT you lose ANWR. Seems to me a
questionable benefit and a very high cost.



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was hijacked by Saudi terrorists who were not aboard.
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Old 03-26-2005, 17:02   #7 (permalink)
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On Sat, 26 Mar 2005 15:13:06 -0600, "andro" <s@spam> wrote or quoted :

>You'd be wise to start looking into producing substitutes for fossil
>fuel because the oil is going to start getting very scarce a lot sooner
>than ten years.


Guess who is thinking ahead -- the Japanese. When the pain gets too
great to continue using oil because of price and greenhouse gas side
effects, who are you going to call? The Japanese who have been quietly
getting the technology ready.

The USA will then be totally at Japan's mercy. The USA will HAVE to
retool no matter what the cost. Even the US military will be useless
without oil.

It is as if the USA has an unconscious death wish with its deliberate
blindness to the oil crunch.



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was hijacked by Saudi terrorists who were not aboard.
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Old 03-27-2005, 21:01   #8 (permalink)
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Mr. Educated:
After the drilling, I don't see why we can't kill all of the animals and
have them canned to be sold at Wal-Mart. After all, once all the holes are
drilled and the land is decimated, the animals won't need the area anymore.
In addition, why not develop the entire area. Let big republican business
supporters sell every square foot and bull doze all the trees. Think of the
profits that could be made. When the drilling starts, the Excursion will be
back, with a bigger motor and six wheels. With the oil flowing, 3 miles to
the gallon will be acceptable mileage in America.
Ron

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"Educated Republican" <educated_republican@yahoo.com> wrote in message
news:1111865369.927001.83940@g14g2000cwa.googlegroups.com...
>I drive a Ford F250 (full size, American made, accept no substitutes)
> with a 6.8L Triton V10 engine that needs lots of clean fuel. I ride
> tall and proud in American iron and I need American oil to power it.
> Since 1960 the ANWR reserve has been waiting for God fearing Americans
> to extract our deserved bounty from it. We have waited long enough for
> the sake of some dumb animals we can't even see, let alone hunt. What
> good is land after all unless it serves Him and His true children?
>
> I will not let Birkenstock-wearing, polar bear hugging, dope smoking
> eco-weenies deny ME MY right to drive what I want, where I want and
> however fast I want. Rush says we can get 10 years of oil from ANWR (or
> was it oil after 10 years - who cares?) I will never EVER buy an alien
> looking Prius or any future hybrid truck shit cause I need the rumble
> of those 10 pistons when I'm sitting still. That V10 thunder assures me
> that I have massive American torque on tap at all moments. You never
> know when you might have to pull a stump.
>
> Drill ANWR now and stop your eco-whining about "nature." True nature is
> against everything America stands for. We were born to build and haul
> big loads in Big Iron.
>
> Steve
>
> "It's money that matters, hear what I say..." (Randy Newman)
>



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Old 03-28-2005, 00:01   #9 (permalink)
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Re: ANWR shall yield to my Big Iron dreams


"Educated Republican" <educated_republican@yahoo.com> wrote in message
news:1111865369.927001.83940@g14g2000cwa.googlegroups.com...
>I drive a Ford F250 (full size, American made, accept no substitutes)


I'll bet you're neither educated, nor republican.

I bet you don't even vote.


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Old 03-28-2005, 09:01   #10 (permalink)
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Re: ANWR shall yield to my Big Iron dreams


> I'll bet you're neither educated, nor republican.
>
> I bet you don't even vote.



Yeah but he's shacked up with the prdiest gurl !
She's the one with the tooth .
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