ANWR - what it really looks like

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15 Aug 2008, 02:11 #1

This post lays out the facts about the area in ANWR where drilling has been proposed from its size to its appearance and what the Democrats would have you
believe that area looks like. Its a long post but its well worth it...

Pictures of ANWR - to make
the case for drilling

Luke Puckett from Indiana's 2nd Congressional District has been very vocal that it's high time we start
drilling for oil in the United States, including ANWR. Porter County Politics is proud to endorse Luke's efforts and his candidacy for Congress.
Luke Puckett on drilling for oil - energy independence.

While reading one of my favorite sites, The Foundry, I came across this post
tonite. I have copied in full, and I think I'm cool doing so because it appears the author there did the same from an email forward.

First, do you know what ANWR is?

ANWR = Arctic National Wildlife Refuge.

Now, a comparison:


And some perspective:


Note where the proposed development area is (in the 'ANWR Coastal Plain'):


This is what the Democrats, liberals and 'greens' show you when they talk about ANWR. And they are right, these are photographs
of ANWR:




Isn't ANWR beautiful? Why should we drill here (and destroy) this beautiful place?

Well, that's not exactly the truth.

Do you remember the map?

The map showed that the proposed drilling area is in the ANWR Coastal Plain.

Do those photographs look like a coastal plain to you?

What's going on here?

The answer is simple.

That is NOT where they are wanting to drill!

This is what the proposed exploration area ACTUALLY looks like in the winter:


And this is what it ACTUALLY looks like in the summer:




Here are a couple screen shots from Google Earth:



As you can see, the area where they are talking about drilling is a barren wasteland.

Oh, and they say that they are concerned about the effect on the local wildlife.

Here is a photo (shot during the summer) of the 'depleted wildlife' situation created by drilling around Prudhoe Bay. Don't
you think that the Caribou really hate that drilling?


Here's that same spot during the winter:


Hey, this bear seems to really hate the pipeline near Prudhoe Bay, which accounts for 17% of U.S. domestic oil production.


Now, why do you think that the Democrats are LYING about ANWR?

Remember when Al Gore said that the government should work to ARTIFICIALLY raise gas prices to $5 a gallon?

Well, Al Gore and his fellow Democrats have almost reached their goal!

Now that you know that the Democrats have been lying, what are you going to do about it?

P.S.: Drilling does not "destroy." It creates jobs, resources and strengthens our economy - all while protecting our
environment. Everyone benefits, even caribou.

"...if we all believe in the things you believe you're seeing..."
EJ/BT '76

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