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Plan for U.S. oil exports brings talk of economic boon, fears of failure

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Not long ago, the U.S. was facing the prospect of spending billions to import pricey natural gas from overseas to heat our homes, fuel electrical generation and run our city buses. The industry was furiously building terminals to handle what was sure to be enormous ship traffic from places like Qatar and the United Arab Emirates.


The only real failure will be government bureaucrats restricting us from being energy independent, and instead will keep us dependent as they have since the late 1970's! Change you can believe in? Nope!

3 years 5 months ago

yep the gov does not want us energy independent. they would still like to continue the massive wealth redistribution that has been going on forever.

3 years 5 months ago

It has not worked in Japan, and it has not worked anywhere it has ever been tried. I am still waiting for somebody to ask a simple question. Where in the whole world have these policies ever worked? I do not recommend holding your breath or anything like that!

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