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[[George Landrith]] wrote:
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''Oil resources'' are [[fossil fuel]] reserves.  [[Liberal|Liberals]] suggest that we ought not use certain oil reserves. 
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[[George Landrith]] disagrees:
 
:We have tremendous oil resources that we do not use -- in the outer [[continental shelf]] and in the frozen [[tundra]] of [[Alaska]], just to name two of the many possibilities. - [http://www.humanevents.com/article.php?id=26730 ''Human Events'' ]
 
:We have tremendous oil resources that we do not use -- in the outer [[continental shelf]] and in the frozen [[tundra]] of [[Alaska]], just to name two of the many possibilities. - [http://www.humanevents.com/article.php?id=26730 ''Human Events'' ]
 
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Revision as of 15:08, 30 May 2008

Oil resources are fossil fuel reserves. Liberals suggest that we ought not use certain oil reserves.

George Landrith disagrees:

We have tremendous oil resources that we do not use -- in the outer continental shelf and in the frozen tundra of Alaska, just to name two of the many possibilities. - Human Events