Skip to comments.ACTION ALERT: All about ANWR (How we win and the GOP moderates and enviro extremists lose)
Posted on 11/11/2005 9:37:46 PM PST by sruleoflaw
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Bass was on H&C tonite. His main arguement was, that in the 70`s is that the issue was decided during the Jimma administration, therefore, in stone.
This guy doesn`t even qualify as a RHINO.
Let him know how you feel
Charlie Bass: email@example.com
Jeb Bradley: web form at www.house.gov/bradley/contact.html
They make me even more embarrassed to be from NH. First we go blue with the governor, then this......
EXAMPLE: The Honorable James T. Walsh,2369 Rayburn HOB,Washington,DC,20515-3225
Name / State / State Abbrev. / District / Phone / Office
Rep. Charles F. Bass, New Hampshire; NH 2nd 225-5206 2421
Sherwood Boehlert, New York; NY 24th 225-3665 2246
Jeb Bradley, New Hampshire; NH 1st 225-5456 1218
Michael N. Castle, Delaware; DE At Large 225-4165 1233
Vernon J. Ehlers, Michigan; MI 3rd 225-3831 1714
Mike Ferguson, New Jersey; NJ 7th 225-5361 214
Mike G. Fitzpatrick, Pennsylvania; PA 8th 225-4276 1516
Rod Frelinghuysen, New Jersey;NJ 11th 225-5034 2442
Jim Gerlach, Pennsylvania; PA 6th 225-4315 308
Wayne T. Gilchrest, Montana; MD 1st 225-5311 2245
Bob Inglis, South Carolina; SC 4th 225-6030 330
Nancy L. Johnson, Connecticut; CT 5th 225-4476 2409
Tim V. Johnson, Illinois; IL 15th 225-2371 1229
Sue W. Kelly, New York; NY 19th 225-5441 2182
Mark R. Kennedy, Minnesota; MN 6th 225-2331 1415
Mark Steven Kirk, Illinois; IL 10th 225-4835 1717
James A. Leach, Iowa; IA 2nd 225-6576 2186
Frank A. LoBiondo, New Jersey; NJ 2nd 225-6572 225
Jim Ramstad, Minnesota; MN 3rd 225-2871 103
Dave G. Reichert, Washington; WA 8th 225-7761 1223
Jim Saxon, New Jersey; NJ 3rd 225-4765 2217
James F. Sensenbrenner Jr., Wisconsin; WI 5th 225-5101 2449
Chris Shays, Connecticut; CT 4th 225-5541 1126
Robert Simmons, Connecticut; CT 2nd 225-2076 215
James T. Walsh, New York; NY 25th 225-3701 2369
Full list of addresses is at http://clerk.house.gov/members/ASCIImemberlabels.txt
1. Stop giving money to the RNC, RNCC, and RSC immediately if you are called. This makes it harder for them to keep funding these RINO campaigns like Specter.
2. Give money to their primary opponents or thru Club for Growth, they support real conservatives.
3. Work on primary opponents campaigns if possible.
We're clearly on a roll these last couple months. I PITY those DEMONcrats.
There is nothing in the bill to insure that the oil recovered in the ANWR will be sold only on the U.S. markets! The oil companies will sell said oil on the international oil market to maximize their profits as demanded by their shareholders.
It is estimated by U.S. government energy dept. agencies that it will be ten years until any oil from the refuge will be available on any market.
Your solution then is to roll over?
I'm not wired that way, I prefer to join the battle.
Patton would have made an example of a coward like you.
Better get started then.
Personal attacks are what DemoncRats are known for.
The sentate just passed a bill sponsored by Wyden that requires the oil from ANWR to be sold in US markets.
But the Senate adopted an amendment offered by James M. Talent (R-Mo.) and Ron Wyden (D-Ore.) that bans exports of any oil produced in ANWR by a vote of 83-16.
"It is estimated by U.S. government energy dept. agencies that it will be ten years until any oil from the refuge will be available on any market."
Yes, and it was proposed over 10 years ago and the oil could have been flowing this very day.
Moreover, to start drilling would have a psychological impact on OPEC - in a positive way for us.
Your point is well taken - an aspect not to be taken lightly!
Thank you a lot. Excellent advice. I, too, give money to The Club for Growth --- and we need to purge a few of these anti-ANWR RINO's to help them see the light.
So what if it takes 10 years before we get our first oil from ANWR. If Clinton hadn't vetoed this measure in 1995, we would have oil flowing from ANWR today -- more than 1 million barrels per day, ENOUGH to cover what we lost during Katrina.
You are wrong on the issue of where the oil will go. "The oil won't necessarily go to the U.S." story is an old yarn. Some people used to claim the North Slope oil went to Japan. That was bunk. About 90-95 percent of the North Slope oil went to the U.S. and I assume you didn't hear about the amendment added to the ANWR legislation not to sell the oil abroad.
TO CORRECT THE RECORD: I said the San Jose Mercury News did not run either of my letters-to-the-editor (the ones in the thread). Well, yesterday I had called them to complain about both my letters being blocked. Today's SJ Mercury News contains the November letter, so one of my letters did make it. I wanted to correct the record because when the MSM gets one right, I'll give them credit.
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