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  • trmmara trmmara Oct 17, 2013 11:18 AM Flag

    Tea party gets betch slapped......

    I think that's putting it mildly. I mean how stupid is the tea party. I sure would like to play poker with these nitwits. Honestly these are the dumbest people on earth and that's why I tea bag(shoves my balls in their mouths) them!!!!!

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    • Viva Obama !Viva Obama! one party rule Yhea!,shut down oil production and bulid windmills,lets break out the sunlamps,and drive golf carts,Viva Obama! Viva Obama!

      • 1 Reply to bewest169
      • shut down oil production ?

        The remarkable boom in U.S. oil production has continued apace under Obama.

        In the July-September quarter of 2013, domestic oil production was running 51 percent higher than in the last quarter of 2008, according to the EIA. At the same time, U.S. oil imports were down by 43 percent. Both those figures are several percentage points higher than we reported just three months ago, showing how remarkably rapid this energy transformation has become. Another indicator: The Wall Street Journal reported Oct. 2 that the U.S. is about to become the largest producer of oil and gas on the planet, overtaking Russia.

        As oil production has gone up and oil imports have declined, U.S. dependency on foreign oil has declined sharply. In the first eight months of 2013, the EIA says the U.S. imported just 35.3 percent of the oil it consumed, down from 57 percent for all of 2008 and from the peak of 60.3 percent in 2005, when the current trend began.

        Meanwhile, the trend to producing more electricity from wind and solar sources has also continued under Obama. During the most recent 12 months on record (ending in July) wind- and solar-generated electricity was 192 percent higher than in 2008, according to the EIA. Wind and solar power also increased sharply during Bush’s last term — rising by 282 percent — but from a smaller base.

    • Wow, you actually explain what tea-bagging is - like we've never heard of it before. Thanks. BTW, mid-terms are almost over - time to get back to class.

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