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Should the U.S. open the strategic oil reserves to lower gas prices?
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726 Votes

Should the U.S. open the strategic oil reserves to lower gas prices?

Yes!

14

No!

17

Yes!

14 Comments
Gabe West
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Gabe West

Biden needs to open the keystone pipeline and resume oil exploration

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Paul Owen
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Paul Owen

The strategic oil reserves are for times like this. We should also keep an eye on the oil companies and make sure they are not making extreme profits off the backs of the American citizens. After all that petroleum is being pumped from American taxpayers land that has been leased to these oil co.

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Gabe West
Gabe West

Biden needs to resume oil exploration and open the keystone pipeline

Greg Moore
Greg Moore

No, the reserve is not for time like this, it is for times when we don't have oil available. We do have oil available now, and a LOT of oil available. It is just that Biden (and pseudo-environmentalists) don't want us to use it.

Robert Northrup
Robert Northrup

Don't be foolish the reserves are there for time of war.

Rick Allen
Rick Allen

Brandon casue that by starting a war with big oil the first day, PERIOD!!!

Pam W
0
Pam W

Hell yes. It is a no brainer, which our pres does not have.

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Tim Collins
0
Tim Collins

we should open most everything and the pipeline.... Sure tired of people jacking up prices on us little guys. and want us to donate at the same time. If Biden wants GREEN then provide it to use and we will use the CHEAPEST!!! Its not rocket science.

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Kevin Crabtree
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Kevin Crabtree

Yes but this is just the beginning Drill Pump stop all taxing and restrictions set up by government what do we need reserves for if we are not going to actually help in Ukraine

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Diane Stewart
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Diane Stewart

Open up the pipeline and create more jobs

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Louis Vaday
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Louis Vaday

This is just ludicrous. We have the largest oil fields in the world, yet since Biden took over, we are now again dependent on world oil prices instead of our own. We wouldn't have to touch our reserves and still have cheap gas and oil. But Forrest Gump said it best " stupid is what stupid does!"

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Nik Myles
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Nik Myles

The US shouldn't be relying on foreign sources of energy when we have more than enough to be energy independent again. We were energy independent just over one year ago. But that ended on day one of this administration.

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Steven Huillet
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Steven Huillet

Absolutely! Prices are way too high! Just another attempt of oil companies taking advantage of a big situation like in the 1970's.

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Gabe West
Gabe West

Bide the keystone pipeline and resume oil exploration

Greg Moore
Greg Moore

Explain why oil companies would not provide as much oil as possible at a time when prices are sky high. No, the prices are high due to speculation of shortage, given Biden's refusal to open up the spigot (the oil leases he claimed unused are not proven, exploration still necessary. ANWAR is KNOWN

Robert Northrup
Robert Northrup

Perhaps this is the plan. Raise the price of gas so they can justify using our reserves and leave us at the mercy of our enemies.

Loretta Jones
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Loretta Jones

Price is getting ridiculous. Average working person can't afford commuting to and from work.

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Gabe West
Gabe West

Biden needs to resume oil exploration and the keystone pipeline

No!

17 Comments
David Tucker
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David Tucker

Absolutely not. Oil prices (and therefore gas prices) would drop dramatically if Congress would just reverse the disastrous executive orders Biden has put into effect restricting U.S. oil production.

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Kenneth Emmrich
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Kenneth Emmrich

There is not enough in storage to make a difference in the supply but for a few days. It is more of a political gesture than problem solving measure.

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Ben Hargis
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Ben Hargis

Don't waste the reserves......open the keyst one pipeline, increase production and exploration in the West

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Matt Cyrus
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Matt Cyrus

We may need our reserves for war before this is over. Increase supply and lower costs by reversing Biden's orders and policies. https://americansforprosperity.org/biden-policies-raising-gas-prices/?fbclid=IwAR3jOvKpxrWnyT1iz2JrBflODu-aV7aHZdj_B4JgTndUI-8XFvAwXp3M1Jw

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Robert Northrup
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Robert Northrup

Our enemies would love to see us use our reserves. They are there to be used in case of war. Our current government is working for the globalists not for you and I.

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Greg Moore
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Greg Moore

Why tap into a reserve that is meant for when Oil is unavailable? We have plenty of oil available, it is just that irrational environmentalists don't want us to use it: https://www.realclearenergy.org/articles/2022/03/07/greenpeace_environmentalism_allowed_putin_to_invade_ukraine_820399.html

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John Philo
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John Philo

OPEN THE KEYSTONE PIPELINE!

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Dieter Heinzer
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Dieter Heinzer

Build the freak'n pipeline and resume US oil drilling!!!!!!!

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Tim Collins
0
Tim Collins

This is not a emergency! It's a idiot in office fault.... and was ELECTED. But Not by me.

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Rick Allen
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Rick Allen

No, that is absurd and would NOT help! We need to undo everything Brandon did his first day in office declaring war on big oil! We need oil Independence for the security of this nation! Brandons horrible weakness has weakened the U S and hurt the whole world, emboldening Putin.

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Rob Mozz
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Rob Mozz

Definitely no, all we have to do is go back to the way the Trump Administration was handling energy. We were energy independent people!

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Dave Voiles
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Dave Voiles

Using those reserves is virtue signaling. The amount they released last time didn't make a dent in the cost. Those reserves are for military use. If this admin hadn't screwed it up we would still be energy independent like we were with the previous admin. We wouldn't be having the conversation.

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Do you think texts are a good way for law enforcement to communicate with the public?
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Do you think texts are a good way for law enforcement to communicate with the public?

Yes!

2

No!

1

Yes!

2 Comments

No!

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Sussie Due
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Sussie Due

Unless they can't talk, if a person cant make a simple phone call then they can't be in too dire of straights.

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Gabe West
Gabe West

Good point!

Do you think the Senate should have passed the $430B tax bill?

Do you think the Senate should have passed the $430B tax bill?

Yes

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No

2

Yes

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No

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Pamela Abner
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Pamela Abner

We don't need to have more tax. This was all one sided. They didn't care what the people wanted.

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Joanne Dunham Sealund
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Joanne Dunham Sealund

It will not deduce inflation, prices will keep going up. Making us energy independent would help. But that's not what this admin wants. People cannot afford EVs. If people did own an EV. The independent grid couldn not support them.

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