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Only to Australia .
Does that work both ways? Fine by me... lol
who cares what fog thinks?
You must if you posted here.
Stop making sense. That's not playing fair...
I know where i live the wind could put a serious dent in energy costs. Even if it didnt completely replace what we are using now, there has to be a windmill system that could generate enough power to sustain a home off and on.
Solar is the answer. Safe, clean, environmentally friendly and if the source ever runs out we will have much bigger problems. The downside is we can't produce the panels needed (in an affordable way) to make it viable but that can be changed with investment from the right sources...
I'm not sure about this but I thought I heard that America's largest non-domestic source for oil is Canada. Is that right?
Whether Balanced Budgets for corporations or governments (or individuals for that matter) are good or not ain't as cut and dried as many seem to believe.Debt taken on intelligently can be a very, VERY good thing. At the government level, when handled as an intelligent Investment, like in the building of railroads, highways, energy grids, and other infrastructure, the economy can expand. Tax revenues increase and more than pay off the debt and interest on the debt over time. Similar investments in renewable energy infrastructure would also pay long term dividends on many levels.At the corporate level, borrowing money to build a new manufacturing or research facility that will increase profits over time is a wise investment when intelligently handled.Even at home, borrowing wisely to buy a home is typically a better investment than renting.If a farmer needs to borrow to get his potentially profitable crop planted, maintained, and harvested, then he'd be a fool not to take on that debt. After all, what are his alternatives?Simply put, it's a Myth that all debt is Bad. In fact, failure to make longterm investment in infrastructure, education, etc would be a massive drag on an economy. Henry Ford did NOT build the auto industry on his own. ...Dim