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Energy independence

November 24, 2013

Jake Bloms, Minot The United States should strive for energy independence. Recently, America produced more oil than it imported, the first time since 1995....

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Missy1

Nov-30-13 9:09 PM

I won't allow any of those ugly turbine wind mills on my land.

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JackAaah

Nov-25-13 8:08 AM

Curly, you can rest assured, that when the oil is gone, that landscape will be put back to normal....but the winds will never die, so we'll have windmills forever...or longer.

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Legend

Nov-24-13 3:26 PM

C1: No one who loves the beauty of ND could like the defacing we see for energy. I only agree with it for the energy sake of the country. I strongly disagree with exporting any of it because of your very statement.

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Curly1

Nov-24-13 10:00 AM

I dislike those wind mills south of Minot with a passion. Does anyone but me care about the destruction of the landscape? Those windmills and the oil production can all go away. I know I sound out of date and not in the least progressive minded. I think the oil and the windmills have ruined a state I loved.

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Legend

Nov-24-13 9:10 AM

Energy independence is a false chant for the benefit of oil. It is only predictable if exports are controlled.

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