US Following Argentina’s Lead

Check out this typical government doublespeak below.

Argentina Minister Sees Fewer Gas Cuts To Industry This Winter

For years, Argentina has rationed gas to industrial companies in the Southern Hemisphere’s cold winter months to ensure residential users have enough to heat their homes.

But this year, the first gas cuts came during a cold snap in late April and early May instead of in June and July as is often the case.

Argentina Minister Sees Fewer Gas Cuts To Industry This Winter 

The US placed an idiot in the White House who is working to produce future energy shortages here. Who needs jobs or heat, anyway?

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3 Responses to US Following Argentina’s Lead

  1. GeologyJim says:

    Prince Barry sez “Let them burn cowpies”

    “Moochelle and me are takin the GIRLZ to Cancun, sukkahs”

  2. u.k.(us) says:

    It must suck to be a third-world dictator when faced with this:

    http://1000pictures.com/view.htm?caircraft/F-15+f050119-f-7709a-023_1024x768.jpg+x1024+y768

  3. Robertvdl says:

    Repsol YPF had upped its estimate for the shale oil and gas it found in Argentina to nearly 23 billion barrels, enough to double the country’s output in a decade. But the Spanish company said it would cost $25 billion a year to develop, and warned that Argentina would need to overhaul its energy policy to attract the necessary investment.

    Instead, Fernandez simply seized the company, giving her government access to billions of dollars’ worth of cash, enough energy to answer domestic demand in the short term, and potentially even solving Argentina’s chronic money woes in the future.

    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/04/22/repsol-argentina-ypf-nationalization_n_1444144.html

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