During our national Rebuild America-Defeat Obama tour, New Zealand researcher Trevor Loudon joined us for three days, and spoke at six rallies about the REAL reason Obama’s killing our economy with regulations, taxes, Obamacare, and policies that paralyze us. Obama is weakening our economy as an excuse to cut our defense budget and weaken our military (national defense) against the Russians, Chinese, Islamists, Communists.
“Obama is doing these things so we cannot defend ourselves when war breaks out and we need to use our own fuel supplies .
This ….and Giving Genl. Petraeus the Dominique Strauss Kahn treatment so we no longer have our most effective commander in power…This is all the Putin ” flexibility ” Obama was promising him after the election. Obama now mutating into the seasoned Adolph Hitler walking around in his brown leather bomber jacket and swagger stick. War is coming.” — Comment left at The GatewayPundit post below:
Do you remember during the first presidential debate this year when Obama lied about his record on oil permits and leases?
It’s just too bad the media never followed up on this and pointed out Obama’s horrible lies.
** The fact is that oil and gas leases, acres, and permits were all down under Obama.
And Obama is already locking up more federal land from oil development.
Human Events reported:
The Obama administration announced Friday it will put a large swath of western lands –1.6 million acres — off limits to oil shale and oil sands leases that hold the potential to develop more than a trillion barrels of oil.
The plan still allows for the development of nearly 700,000 acres in Colorado, Utah, and Wyoming, but one key House Republican criticized the plan for limiting exploration that would further lead to energy independence.
“Allowing safe and responsible energy development on federal lands is a critical step toward reducing our dependence on Middle East oil, but rather than embrace our country’s resources, the president is designating even more federal areas as off-limits,” said Rep. Ed Whitfield (R-Ky.), chairman of the Energy and Commerce subcommittee on energy and power.
“This is after we saw oil production on federal lands decline by an average of 275,000 barrels per day in fiscal year 2011. While other countries like Canada are busy growing their economy by developing their own resources, this administration is busy promoting policies that embargo our own oil from ourselves,” Whitfield said.