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by 58salty  Nov 27, 2013

I want to wish you an early Happy & safe Thanksgiving.

by orphancarguyPE  Jul 08, 2013

Thanks! (I can be short too :-) )

by Tacodan  Jul 01, 2013

" halfrican's "............you gave me a good laugh

by 58salty  Jan 01, 2013

Happy New Year!! I hope it's the best one ever for you & your family. God Bless America...Mike

by leekee  Nov 08, 2012

take a look at the Libertarian party. third largest party in US.

by rx7racerca  Jul 14, 2012

How does the fact Canada, and Europe, and Japan, all tax fuel higher than the US make a difference - the fact is, Americans enjoy lower gas prices than just about any country in the world, other than large exporters like Saudi Arabia and Venezuela with oppressive governments, that essentially give away gas to citizens to mollify the natives while they're being stomped on in otherways? Yet Americans beef constantly about fuel prices better than all but a few in the world enjoy. The US likely should probably tax fuel much higher as well - as the world's largest crude importer for decades, it has sent a vast amount of American wealth to foreign oil producers, impoverishing its own economy while enriching others. The reason most crude-importing nations tax fuel highly is the taxes work - people choose vehicles and transportion and lifestyles that consume less, allowing their nation to retain more of its wealth. The tax revenue so collected needn't be a tax increase - but even if it is, it

by orphancarguyPE  Jun 03, 2012

Thanks. I'm a very wary optimist, a sceptic, and a sometimes worried consumer. You have to keep digging hard to find a little nugget here and there, the good overlooked in a sea of bad, or the bad in mountains of good news. The contrary view either way doesn't 'sell' all the time, but it should be considered and tested.

by ILANGE9  May 01, 2012

I agree about November. I'm still shocked and confused about the continued support and excuses being given BHO after 3 and 1/2 years of continued failure. I don't know what world they live but it's not mine. Take care.

by ILANGE9  Apr 30, 2012

Agree with your post today "Doing away with idiotic EPA regs and ethanol altogether ...". Of course, this would harm the current agenda. Stay safe.

by 58salty  Apr 23, 2012

Again I agree 100%. I'm so tired of Obama blaming Bush for his problems. It goes with the job. I NEVER heard LBJ blame JFK or Eisenhower for Nam. It's a problem that was there when the new president took over, DEAL WITH IT! It's your problem now. The biggest problem is Obama is not qualified to be & never should have been our president. Have a great week buddy.

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