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Blackvegetable » 13 May 2022, 10:32 pm » wrote: he could certainly be held responsible for his gross mismanagement...
You mean producing the vaccine that Biden is STILL trying to force Americans to take?
What did he "mismanage"?    His error was doing what Fauci told him. 

Dr. Fauci Says Trump Listened to His Recommendations
Dr. Fauci, who praised Trump's 'impressive' Covid response
Fauci says Trump's coronavirus policy decisions helped
Fauci Said, ‘President Trump Saved Thousands of Lives’

Once again, we see that reality contradicts your ignorant beliefs. 
 

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Blackvegetable » 11 May 2022, 9:02 pm » wrote: But I didn't blame Grifty for Covid.

Got something else spectacularly stupid to say?
 
you did it for him. Golfboy didn't even have to respond to you. Why I don't stick to talking point distractions from self evident mutually evolving life here now.

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golfboy » 14 May 2022, 8:24 am » wrote: Yea, we imported oil so that we could ship it for other countries, because they don't have the infrastructure to ship themselves. 
You really aren't very bright, are you?

What you can't refute is that we were energy independent, and gas was $2/gal.   Now we are reliant on Russia and Saudi Arabia and gas is $5/gal. 
Liberal policies ALWAYS hurt the poor and middle class.  ALWAYS.
Yea, we imported oil so that we could ship it for other countries, because they don't have the infrastructure to ship themselves. 
goofball, please....I won't be able to unread that gibberish until   @Huey  's next meltdown.
What you can't refute is that we were energy independent, and gas was $2/gal.   Now we are reliant on Russia and Saudi Arabia and gas is $5/gal. 
In 2021, the United States exported about 8.63 million barrels per day (b/d) and imported about 8.47 million b/d of petroleum,1 making the United States an annual total petroleum net exporter for the second year in a row since at least 1949. Total petroleum net exports were about 0.16 million b/d in 2021, and total petroleum net exports in 2020 were 0.63 million b/d. Also in 2021, the United States produced2 about 18.66 million b/d of petroleum and consumed3 about 19.78 million b/d. Even though U.S. annual total petroleum exports were greater than total petroleum imports in 2020 and 2021, the United States still imported some crude oil and petroleum products from other countries to help to supply domestic demand for petroleum and to supply international markets.

https://www.eia.gov/energyexplained/oil ... xports.php



you're a **** cretin, goofball

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Blackvegetable » 14 May 2022, 8:33 am » wrote: goofball, please....I won't be able to unread that gibberish until   @Huey  's next meltdown.

In 2021, the United States exported about 8.63 million barrels per day (b/d) and imported about 8.47 million b/d of petroleum,1 making the United States an annual total petroleum net exporter for the second year in a row since at least 1949. Total petroleum net exports were about 0.16 million b/d in 2021, and total petroleum net exports in 2020 were 0.63 million b/d. Also in 2021, the United States produced2 about 18.66 million b/d of petroleum and consumed3 about 19.78 million b/d. Even though U.S. annual total petroleum exports were greater than total petroleum imports in 2020 and 2021, the United States still imported some crude oil and petroleum products from other countries to help to supply domestic demand for petroleum and to supply international markets.

https://www.eia.gov/energyexplained/oil ... xports.php


you're a **** cretin, goofball
What do you believe you just proved, *******?   :rofl:  
 

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golfboy » 14 May 2022, 8:29 am » wrote: You mean producing the vaccine that Biden is STILL trying to force Americans to take?
What did he "mismanage"?    His error was doing what Fauci told him. 

Dr. Fauci Says Trump Listened to His Recommendations
Dr. Fauci, who praised Trump's 'impressive' Covid response
Fauci says Trump's coronavirus policy decisions helped
Fauci Said, ‘President Trump Saved Thousands of Lives’

Once again, we see that reality contradicts your ignorant beliefs.
This report by the Lancet Commission on Public Policy and Health in the Trump Era assesses the repercussions of President Donald Trump's health-related policies and examines the failures and social schisms that enabled his election. Trump exploited low and middle-income white people's anger over their deteriorating life prospects to mobilise racial animus and xenophobia and enlist their support for policies that benefit high-income people and corporations and threaten health. His signature legislative achievement, a trillion-dollar tax cut for corporations and high-income individuals, opened a budget hole that he used to justify cutting food subsidies and health care. His appeals to racism, nativism, and religious bigotry have emboldened white nationalists and vigilantes, and encouraged police violence and, at the end of his term in office, insurrection. He chose judges for US courts who are dismissive of affirmative action and reproductive, labour, civil, and voting rights; ordered the mass detention of immigrants in hazardous conditions; and promulgated regulations that reduce access to abortion and contraception in the USA and globally. Although his effort to repeal the Affordable Care Act failed, he weakened its coverage and increased the number of uninsured people by 2·3 million, even before the mass dislocation of the COVID-19 pandemic, and has accelerated the privatisation of government health programmes. Trump's hostility to environmental regulations has already worsened pollution—resulting in more than 22 000 extra deaths in 2019 alone—hastened global warming, and despoiled national monuments and lands sacred to Native people. Disdain for science and cuts to global health programmes and public health agencies have impeded the response to the COVID-19 pandemic, causing tens of thousands of unnecessary deaths, and imperil advances against HIV and other diseases. And Trump's bellicose trade, defence, and foreign policies have led to economic disruption and threaten an upswing in armed conflict.

https://www.thelancet.com/journals/lanc ... 9/fulltext
 

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golfboy » 14 May 2022, 8:35 am » wrote: What do you believe you just proved, *******?   Image
that you can't read.

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Blackvegetable » 14 May 2022, 8:37 am » wrote: This report by the Lancet Commission on Public Policy and Health in the Trump Era assesses the repercussions of President Donald Trump's health-related policies and examines the failures and social schisms that enabled his election. Trump exploited low and middle-income white people's anger over their deteriorating life prospects to mobilise racial animus and xenophobia and enlist their support for policies that benefit high-income people and corporations and threaten health. His signature legislative achievement, a trillion-dollar tax cut for corporations and high-income individuals, opened a budget hole that he used to justify cutting food subsidies and health care. His appeals to racism, nativism, and religious bigotry have emboldened white nationalists and vigilantes, and encouraged police violence and, at the end of his term in office, insurrection. He chose judges for US courts who are dismissive of affirmative action and reproductive, labour, civil, and voting rights; ordered the mass detention of immigrants in hazardous conditions; and promulgated regulations that reduce access to abortion and contraception in the USA and globally. Although his effort to repeal the Affordable Care Act failed, he weakened its coverage and increased the number of uninsured people by 2·3 million, even before the mass dislocation of the COVID-19 pandemic, and has accelerated the privatisation of government health programmes. Trump's hostility to environmental regulations has already worsened pollution—resulting in more than 22 000 extra deaths in 2019 alone—hastened global warming, and despoiled national monuments and lands sacred to Native people. Disdain for science and cuts to global health programmes and public health agencies have impeded the response to the COVID-19 pandemic, causing tens of thousands of unnecessary deaths, and imperil advances against HIV and other diseases. And Trump's bellicose trade, defence, and foreign policies have led to economic disruption and threaten an upswing in armed conflict.

https://www.thelancet.com/journals/lanc ... 9/fulltext
Lancet?  Really?
What science did he ignore, since he was listening to Fauci?
Fauci directly contradicts your claims here, and you love that guy. 

You really aren't very good at this, are you?
 

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golfboy » 14 May 2022, 8:40 am » wrote: Lancet?  Really?
What science did he ignore, since he was listening to Fauci?
Fauci directly contradicts your claims here, and you love that guy. 

You really aren't very good at this, are you?
yes, really!

Now try to read it..

you cut and pasted links from People & NYPost..
You really aren't very good at this, are you?
Keep frontin', Chalk Outline
 

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Blackvegetable » 14 May 2022, 8:33 am » wrote: goofball, please....I won't be able to unread that gibberish until   @Huey  's next meltdown.


In 2021, the United States exported about 8.63 million barrels per day (b/d) and imported about 8.47 million b/d of petroleum,1 making the United States an annual total petroleum net exporter for the second year in a row since at least 1949. Total petroleum net exports were about 0.16 million b/d in 2021, and total petroleum net exports in 2020 were 0.63 million b/d. Also in 2021, the United States produced2 about 18.66 million b/d of petroleum and consumed3 about 19.78 million b/d. Even though U.S. annual total petroleum exports were greater than total petroleum imports in 2020 and 2021, the United States still imported some crude oil and petroleum products from other countries to help to supply domestic demand for petroleum and to supply international markets.

https://www.eia.gov/energyexplained/oil ... xports.php



you're a **** cretin, goofball
what people believe are social facts to fruition of behavior done ancestrally by this species onto itself.

Takes a village to maintain ideas life isn't self evident and worlds exist in parallel universes and alternate realities of typecast souls on a world stage defying their own time living as a sole displaced cradle to grave now obeying 24/7 mandates of law that regulate social behavior individually here to join a groupthink or else be typecast unworthy of any alternate reality present.

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Blackvegetable » 14 May 2022, 8:44 am » wrote: yes, really!

Now try to read it..

you cut and pasted links from People & NYPost..

Keep frontin', Chalk Outline
I did read it.  It made the typical unsubstantiated claims that were directly contradicted by Fauci. 
Sorry loser. 
 

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Blackvegetable » 14 May 2022, 8:37 am » wrote: This report by the Lancet Commission on Public Policy and Health in the Trump Era assesses the repercussions of President Donald Trump's health-related policies and examines the failures and social schisms that enabled his election. Trump exploited low and middle-income white people's anger over their deteriorating life prospects to mobilise racial animus and xenophobia and enlist their support for policies that benefit high-income people and corporations and threaten health. His signature legislative achievement, a trillion-dollar tax cut for corporations and high-income individuals, opened a budget hole that he used to justify cutting food subsidies and health care. His appeals to racism, nativism, and religious bigotry have emboldened white nationalists and vigilantes, and encouraged police violence and, at the end of his term in office, insurrection. He chose judges for US courts who are dismissive of affirmative action and reproductive, labour, civil, and voting rights; ordered the mass detention of immigrants in hazardous conditions; and promulgated regulations that reduce access to abortion and contraception in the USA and globally. Although his effort to repeal the Affordable Care Act failed, he weakened its coverage and increased the number of uninsured people by 2·3 million, even before the mass dislocation of the COVID-19 pandemic, and has accelerated the privatisation of government health programmes. Trump's hostility to environmental regulations has already worsened pollution—resulting in more than 22 000 extra deaths in 2019 alone—hastened global warming, and despoiled national monuments and lands sacred to Native people. Disdain for science and cuts to global health programmes and public health agencies have impeded the response to the COVID-19 pandemic, causing tens of thousands of unnecessary deaths, and imperil advances against HIV and other diseases. And Trump's bellicose trade, defence, and foreign policies have led to economic disruption and threaten an upswing in armed conflict.

https://www.thelancet.com/journals/lanc ... 9/fulltext
WHO SETS THE GAS PRICES...YOU SAID OPEC DOES...HOW COULD TRUMP HAVE SET THEM

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TB7 » 14 May 2022, 3:13 pm » wrote: WHO SETS THE GAS PRICES...YOU SAID OPEC DOES...HOW COULD TRUMP HAVE SET THEM
You are an imbecile.

Be kind enough to strive for inconspicuity...
 

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Blackvegetable » 14 May 2022, 3:15 pm » wrote: You are an imbecile.

Be kind enough to strive for inconspicuity...
Well, a,l the public knows is gas prices set another record today and they know who is president, whether or not he can control it.

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Huey » 14 May 2022, 3:16 pm » wrote: Well, a,l the public knows is gas prices set another record today and they know who is president, whether or not he can control it.
Down, Buzzy!

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Blackvegetable » 14 May 2022, 3:15 pm » wrote: You are an imbecile.

Be kind enough to strive for inconspicuity.
QUIT AVOIDING, AND RUNNING, FROM THE QUESTION
 

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National gas price average hits a new high at

4.47
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                                                                          per gallon
why doesn't SNIFFY have OPEC declare 2 dollar gas
 
 

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TB7 » 15 May 2022, 5:32 am » wrote: National gas price average hits a new high at

4.47
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                                                                          per gallon
why doesn't SNIFFY have OPEC declare 2 dollar gas
 
 
why depend on OPEC? Is coal still being mined and exported to China? Is our timber still sent to those ships from Japan milled and sent back while never further than 20 miles off the coast in international waters?

It was academia, arts, political wings, spiritual minds that chose to develop american into a service industry rather than self reliant society on the world stage since the 1960's.

It arrived in 1984. I recognized it by 1980 and stopped enabling it, but at that time hadn't developed a way to counter it at the same level it arrived.
2007 I had.

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omh » 15 May 2022, 7:28 am » wrote: why depend on OPEC? Is coal still being mined and exported to China?
well, BV says OPEC sets gas prices...it's true, he said it.....now, he claims that the POTUS sets the price 

if it's true...and of course, it is, cause MARY said it 

then why can't SNIFFY set the price to TWO DOLLARS a gallon

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TB7 » 15 May 2022, 7:39 am » wrote: well, BV says OPEC sets gas prices...it's true, he said it.....now, he claims that the POTUS sets the price 

if it's true...and of course, it is, cause MARY said it 

then why can't SNIFFY set the price to TWO DOLLARS a gallon
stop enabling doubt.

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TB7 » 15 May 2022, 7:39 am » wrote: well, BV says OPEC sets gas prices...it's true, he said it.....now, he claims that the POTUS sets the price 

if it's true...and of course, it is, cause MARY said it 

then why can't SNIFFY set the price to TWO DOLLARS a gallon
stop enabling doubt and disciples of denial leading people to believe real isn't biologically self evident by evolving in plain sight with numbers occupying space geographically here in the generation gaps of everyone trying to discover missing links that were never missing physically, just intellectually covered up for 300 generations...

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