Sunday, November 23, 2008

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Iraq needs to take two protectionism pills and call Dr. Bushie in the morning.

According to Dr. Bushie:

“One of the enduring lessons of the Great Depression is that global protectionism is a path to global economic ruin,”

BUT still, Iraq is not interested in signing any Western Oil Contracts even if Hillary visits the Mideast Mullahs, because at least they have a viable commodity to which they see no reason to share unjustifiably with Dr, Bushie and his good buds, and certainly, I can imagine, not even for nurse Hillary Clinton's emergency triage big oil resuscitation team.

Meanwhile, back in the US, taxpayers are having to swallow the biggest protectionism horse pill of all time. We have the Big Three automakers protectionism ruin to bailout because the Big 3 are heavily invested in fossil fuel use but have no fuel to run their wayward technologies, their very oil friendly archaic designs? So, for some archaic reason, Repugs everywhere are rejoicing in the Hillary Clinton's pick for Secretary of State, treating her as the last, best hope for Western Oil Contract futures.

GOP warrior and former House Speaker Newt Gingrich proclaimed her a "very formidable" choice, and Senate Republicans predicted nothing but love for Clinton when her name is submitted for approval.

And then we have "Know your Power" Nancy Pelosi, who doesn't want the hold the Big 3 Automakers accountable, at least not any more accountable than impeachment is OFF the table for Priznut Bushie, and so NO viability or restructuring really need apply, simply the appearance of restructuring and viability only, it's merely an image thing, the appearance of, but nothing else kind of taxpayer money handout. Pelosi is such a losser on so many levels.

Pelosi: 'Not helping the auto industry is not an option'

Want to bet that GM still won't sale any vehicles after the bailout because American citizens can see the fake band aid being applied to the panic mode of the here and now, and such meaningless schemes says volumes about how Obama pretends to help but doesn't really do anything beyond cheap talk minus any substantive do, limited himself to corporate control of everything, absent real honest kinds of viability. It's business as usually, it's not going to work, it's simply not going to work, as it certainly didn't work under Bushies corporate first, unaccountability either. With that all said and done, we can NOT move around big oil without a major depression in this country. Perhaps we need to destroy the US economy in order to save it from big oil tyranny, I don't really know, but something like that seems to be headed down the old fossil fuel pipeline, like it or not?

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