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Comment: Re: Thanks fracking (Score 1) 334

by Bruha (#48341969) Attached to: Americans Rejoice At Lower Gas Prices

Our biology demands certain himidity levels for our sweat to cool our bodies. The higher temperatures in high humidity locations will eventually become's early. So we can spend millions on adapting or spend much less on adapting our economy to work to help the environment. It's not rocket science we fix the problem and move along out we fail to adapt and die.

Comment: Prices are because OPEC (Score 1) 334

by Bruha (#48340195) Attached to: Americans Rejoice At Lower Gas Prices

What the article fails to address is that the Saudis have flooded the market with cheap oil that they can make money on at 30 dollars a barrel while tar sands require about 93 dollars a barrel and fraccing requires about 83 dollars a barrel to remain viable. These groups have already cut back and started layoffs.

Comment: Congress is the issue (Score 1, Funny) 425

by Bruha (#48078553) Attached to: Former Department of Defense Chief Expects "30 Year War"

Congress or the Republican Teapublicans specifically have made our entire government look weak. Our enemies see that we can not get anything accomplished and that this congress will oppose anything the president wants to do as proof that they can act with impunity in other areas of the world. It's not just bad policy decisions by the executive branch. Also for the record Iraq would not agree to a SOF agreement which means our troops would be subject to Iraqi justice not the UCMJ and I doubt there's any president that would agree to leave our troops there with that kind of agreement hanging over their heads.

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