Sunday, June 29, 2008

Pop-Quiz: At What "Price/Gal" Does War Become "Affordable"?

What's the "Price-at-the-Pump" that will motivate "Murkins" to approve a strike against Iran, or other oil-bearing 'adversary,' when the Busheviks inevitably launch one to prop up Bombin' Johnny's campaign. $5? $6? $7? $8...

How high does the price have to go before "No War For Oil" becomes anachronistic and idealistic? At what price do Murkins say: "Okay, fuck it. Get Me More Oil!"?

Remember the last scene of 3 Days of the Condor?

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

I think that "Murkins" must be made to understand that not only does seizing oil cost us tax dollars, but it results in less oil being pumped.
Any seizing would require an occupation, and thus a draft--not going to happen.

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