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Tuesday, April 03, 2007
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I-Report cartoonist Bryan "Doodle Dude" Youmans is at it again, this time unleashing his inner artist on the stand-off between Iran and the U.S. Youmans says "The U.S., for all its military might, is pretty much reduced to pompous posturing in its dispute with Iran over that country's plans to develop nuclear power. Any extended disruption of the Iranian oil supply would have serious global economic repercussions."
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Having to deal with outlaw countres like Iran, should compell Americans to embrace the concept of alternative fuels and rid this country once and for all of the burden of imported fuels.
The fact that such a cartoon should be made says much about the perception of the US today. That perception is partially due to our inability to get Iraq under control as well as Congress's continual scuttling of the mission. Add into that the People's distaste for combat...cowardice, if you will...then it's easy to see why Iran and others feel perfectly comfortable thumbing their noses at us. We're at war. Maybe it's time we act like it. The city you save may be your own.
Richard in San Diego,

The main beneficiary of alternative fuels will be those that make them. You dislike Big Oil? Do you think you like "Big Bio" or "Big Solar" any better?
Ethanol is now competing with food production for resources. The price of food is up...eggs in particular are up 28% this year alone...because we're using the same resources for both food and fuel. Biofuels based on any food crops are an insane idea that quickly needs a stake driven through it's heart.
Rod,

What?!?!?!???

This isn't a question of Big Oil, versus Big Other Conglomerate. This is a question of being more self-sufficient. Getting away from Middle Eastern Oil will allow us to divest ourselves from the political mess over there, Unless you're saying you care about the people in the middle east. Now even if you want to continue with a humanitarian mission it would still be better to be in a more detached position.

That doesn't even go into the environmental benefits.

I have often said and written that George Bush missed a golden opportunity. Being in the oil business himself, he could have pushed forward groundbreaking legislation to support the existing energy companies in developing and producing clean, renewable energy. Let the people making money now make money then. A presidential drive comparable to the Apollo Program and we could be approaching energy independence right now.

Instead we spent the money on war. What a waste.
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