With the rising prices of fuel as well as for future predictions, we are wondering if an article in the business section of The (Louisville) Courier-Journal dated Jan. 30 drew your attention.
This article was concerning our country's rising amounts of exports of fuel and was quoted directly from the U.S. Energy Information Administration. Direct quote: "U.S. exports averaged 413,000 barrels a day in November, the highest level since APR 1945. More than 70 percent went to Mexico, more than double the amount of the prior year."
You can draw your own conclusions, as we did, from this report. When is the American public going to wake up, and what could we even do about it?
Hugh and Evelyn Jackson
February 16, 2011