Re: The mythical goal of "energy independence..."
On Jan 13, 4:06 am, Christian Williamson <c.wi...@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
The next time someone makes a big deal about the US and energy
independence, pick up this article and read from it:
I've been an enthusiastic proponent of the US relying less on foreign
oil, but it's a very tall order, probably impossible, according to this
The author is an ignoramus.
Of course, he is, which is why the Washington Post published his article
and not yours.
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