I understand that they will use nat-gas export as a means of stabilizing prices. If you look at natural gas prices over the past four years you will see some wild swings, which makes it hard for companies to make financial decisions. Including smaller companies who may be looking at buying a few nat-gas trucks.
The poll result that seems to most frustrate budget analysts is the apparent belief among Americans that foreign aid is a huge cost to the federal government. The latest poll that my colleague Ezra Klein cites finds that the average American thinks the United States spends 28 percent of the federal budget on aid to foreign governments -- more than the country spends on Social Security or Medicare or defense.
In reality, we spend only 1 percent on foreign aid.
This gap between perception and reality is ridiculously large.
This is the US
Governments rarely get it right
There where others who wanted to do this many years ago
It would have been a waist of government money
It takes time to get the right product and get the right people doing it
Governments get the weak doing it
wprt may be a weak one or not
Clne may be a weal one or not
The market will decide