Well, if those are the "best" means of reducing our dependence upon foreign oil, then we should just annex Canada; our largest single source of foreign oil...and, lately they've shown themselves to be really unstable.
On 2/1/06, Kaleb C. Striplin <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: > no, he didnt mention biodiesel but did mention making ethanol out of > stocks, switchgrass and such. Should have mentioned drilling in ANWR, > off the coast of FL and CA, and exploiting oil shale deposits. Also > should have mentioned the need to build more refinaries and nuke plants. > > Mitch Haley wrote: > > > wilton strickland wrote: > > > >> Anybody hear W say anythng abt biodiesel to reduce dependence on oil? > > > > > > I missed the state of the union address, but last I knew, the solution > > to our dependence on foreign oil was to drill some wells and finish > > using up our own oil. That'll really make us less dependent on other > > countries which still have oil. Casey Olympia, WA Biodiesel: "I drive in a persistent vegetative state" '87 300TD intercooler (211k) '84 300D (207k) Gashuffer: '89 Vanagon Wolfsburg Edition (186K)