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3 Ways to Lower Gas Prices

Why isn’t Newt Gingrich running for President? I am going to post in the future more on politics and the participation of churches and pastors in the political process, but thought I would get this in. We live in Nuevo, why don’t we have more people making ethanol???

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Or how about this or are we too addicted to “sexy” cars???

or how about this? Is this too good to be true?

Years ago at the LA Auto Show BMW had a hydrogen prototype car, can’t we pull this off?

Anybody remember the movie “Tucker” (I think that was the name). It is enough to think that money (tax revenue on petroleum is enormous) is the true issue here, and if I am going to believe in conspiracies, this is one I am apt to believe.

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  1. My guys went out today to buy a 38 gallon water heater to start their making ethanol as fuel project. hmmm.

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