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    Default Making money by kidnapping!!

    They're not as dumb as they look!!!

    For Iran, seizure pays -- MSN Money

    Freaking idoits know that, not-only can they get away with it, they can also profit a great deal by doing so!!!!

    THAT REALLY BURNS MY BISCUITS!!!!

    By the way... any of you still buying Citgo oil--- STOP IT!!! That crap is owned by our new nemesis in Argentina bad mouthing our country at every opportunity.

    Rich

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    Default Re: Making money by kidnapping!!

    Just who paid the "ransom"...

    Jim Luttrall
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    Cool Re: Making money by kidnapping!!

    We are/did... at the pump.

    RR


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    Default Re: Making money by kidnapping!!

    Precisely!

    Jim Luttrall
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    Default Re: Making money by kidnapping!!

    Richard,
    "By the way... any of you still buying Citgo oil--- STOP IT!!! That crap is owned by our new nemesis in Argentina bad mouthing our country at every opportunity."

    That would be Venezuela.
    Dave


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    Default Re: Making money by kidnapping!!

    Ooops... Yup.

    Hell, I can figure the area under a curve and calculate damn near anything. Friggin foriegn countries screw my head around bass-ackwards.

    I did know it was Vinnie's-vulia. Just had a brain fart during posting.

    Thanks for the up-take anyway.

    RR


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    Default Re: Making money by kidnapping!!

    From Truthorfiction.com:

    .......
    Chavez has been president of Venezuela since 1998. One of his first acts was to build relations with Fidel Castro and Cuba and his leftist government has been in the watchful eye of the U.S. ever since. In February, 2006, U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice said that the Venezuelan government posed "one of the biggest problems" in Latin America, particularly because of its ties with Cuba. Chavez responded with a threat to stop the flow of oil to the U.S., a threat he has made before. Citgo is the American subsidiary of the state-run oil company, Petroleos de Venezuela SA. He has also threatened to block inbound flights to Venezuela from the U.S..

    Boycotts of oil companies have been tried on numerous occasions and, so far, without measurable results. Citgo is Venezuelan owned but the majority of the people who would be impacted by a successful boycott are mostly Americans.....

    So, be careful who you boycott as you can see the old addage "be careful what you ask for, you just may get it", may apply here.
    Food for thought.

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