Saturday, April 16, 2005

When you drive with Mid-East oil, you ride with bin Laden

When it comes to wars waged in the Mid-East, oil is thicker than blood. Therefore, one of the simplist and most effective ways to counteract terrorism and prevent war is to eliminate our dependency on foreign oil. While our federal government funds stop-gap solutions such as researching hydrogen-power-cells (which would only provide a means of storing power generated from other Mid-East commodities like natural gas), the development of biodiesel, a real answer to our environmental and economic woes as well as the surest way to end our cycle of Mid-East oil addiction, is largely ignored. So, what can we do? First, learn more about biodiesel at Second, contact your legistators about supporting biodiesel research. Third, support only those gas stations that do not import Mid-East oil. They are:
Citgo, Sunoco, Conoco, Sinclair and BP/Phillips.

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