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Yahoo: Record prices may have silver lining for oil-thirsty US (AFP)

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Yahoo: Record prices may have silver lining for oil-thirsty US

Bolt Bot said:
http://us.rd.yahoo.com/dailynews/rss/mostviewed/*http://news.yahoo.com/s/afp/20060423/ts_alt_afp/commoditiesoileconomyAFP - Record high oil prices pose a risk to the United States but may be a blessing in disguise by forcing the world's biggest consumer of oil to look at conservation and alternative energy.


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Can someone say SPIN? Sure it's important to look at conservation and alternative energy, but these current oil prices are artificial. We are being gouged pure and simple. We will continue to be gouged and the oil companies will continue to have record profits unitl we reach a pain threshold high enough that we do something. Sure, we'll bitch and whine, but nothing will happen until the American consumers really get angry. We are still to comfortable for that to happen anytime in the short term and the oil companies know it.
 

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Yahoo: Record prices may have silver lining for oil-thirsty US

Thumper said:
Can someone say SPIN? Sure it's important to look at conservation and alternative energy, but these current oil prices are artificial. We are being gouged pure and simple. We will continue to be gouged and the oil companies will continue to have record profits unitl we reach a pain threshold high enough that we do something. Sure, we'll bitch and whine, but nothing will happen until the American consumers really get angry. We are still to comfortable for that to happen anytime in the short term and the oil companies know it.
I give $2.73 here in San Antone.
 

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