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"AMERICA IS ADDICTED TO OIL"

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well no duh!

he's touting the hybrids, hydrogen, and ethanol.

'technology'

'innovation' (Bill Ford beat him to this)

replace 75% of our oil imports by 2025, through TECHNOLOGY

make our dependence on middle eastern oil 'a thing of the past'

STRAIGHT FROM HIS MOUTH Here you go!

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Yeah, thats been the headline most of the day on the CNN website. I'm not watching the speech, I wont go into why, I dont want to be the one who turns this into a political debate, which somebody will.

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I'm not bi, I'm straight

"I don't want to buy a diesel"

Maybe GM will offer the new Camaro with a torquey turbodiesel and sell it in Europe..that would be cool.

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We are getting alot of oil from canada now though the oil soaked dirt! anyone here about that in canada?

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We are getting alot of oil from canada now though the oil soaked dirt! anyone here about that in canada?

I've read about that...somewhere in Alberta, I think..very costly to extract it, though...

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We are getting alot of oil from canada now though the oil soaked dirt! anyone here about that in canada?

CG Member "Cremazie" works in one of those Oil sand fields. I believe he told me he is waaaaaay up in northern Edmonton.

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I've said it before and I'll say it again. What america needs is a car that runs on straight crude oil so we can eliminate all the refining costs. Plus all that extra smog will help kill off those pesky pidgeons too. :P

No, no, no...what America needs is The Homer. The car for the forgotten man.

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We are getting alot of oil from canada now though the oil soaked dirt! anyone here about that in canada?

60 Minutes had a piece on that a few weeks ago. They have the video posted on their website...was pretty interesting.

60 Minutes

Scroll down to the article entitled The Tar Sands

Direct URL: http://www.cbsnews.com/sections/i_video/ma...hannel=60Sunday

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Gminsidenews is the self-proclaimed #1 GM site. Kind of like how Michael Jackson proclaimed himself "king of pop".... then he went on to unofficially proclaim himself to be the "king of pedophiles."

I know what you're thinking.... but I didn't say that gminsidenews is run by pedophiles. Get that out of your head!

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Maybe GM will offer the new Camaro with a torquey turbodiesel and sell it in Europe..that would be cool.

go to mcd's for a burger and load up on some old fry oil......

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I've read about that...somewhere in Alberta, I think..very costly to extract it, though...

i thought i read where it will become our #2 source of oil and if that's the case then the canucks will have us by the nads too

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You can always try to annex Canada again.

Yeah....though annexing Mexico is probably more likely...infinite supply of cheap labor. :)

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