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December 06, 2008



Not enough credit has been given to the role the high cost of fuel has played in our economy. This past year's historically high gas prices has directly resulted in a record number of jobs and homes being lost. Of all the many that have lost homes in my area none have been because of adjustable mortgages.Most families have gone broke this past year at the pump alone. Then the increased cost in fuel was passed on to the consumer through increased production and shipping costs of every single consumer product imaginable.The average family cut back this results in even more jobs being lost. And while we are doing the happy dance at the pumps OPEC is planning more production cuts. It would cost the equivalent of 60 cents a gallon to drive an electric car. The electric to charge could be generated by wind or solar power. Bail us out of our dependence on foreign oil. Use some of those billions to get some infrastructures set up, get some solar and wind projects going, Create clean , cheap energy, create badly needed new green collar jobs. It would be a win-win situation all the way around. I just read a book called The Manhattan Project of 2009 by Jeff Wilson. I suggest anyone concerned about these things read this book.

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