Time to Re-visit ANWR

Al Gore's Carbon Footprint
Now that the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico has long been capped and the dreadful ecological and economic consequences garner universal disgust it is time to revisit ANWR. So abhorent and disgusting are the images of unemployment lines and foreclosure signs in Louisiana been, one cannot help but be angry on some level. Let us use our ability to reason to direct our anger in the proper direction. Below is the link to a story written by National Review columnist Jonah Goldberg. It was written after he made a trip to the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge (ANWR) in 2001. Unlike 99.99% of all others that leave their carbon footprints while insisting on legislation that has pushed so many drilling rigs into 5,000 feet of water, Goldberg actually took the time to visit ANWR. If you are wondering about FACTS related to ANWR as it continues to remain off limits to develpment ,and why we should be pumping oil there instead of into the gulf click here for the archived report of his findings:



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