To the Editor,
You need a new roof. It's going to cost about $15,000. You have well over a $100,000 in a secure account. You hate lenders and have a poor credit rating because …
To the Editor,
You need a new roof. It's going to cost about $15,000. You have well over a $100,000 in a secure account. You hate lenders and have a poor credit rating because you've never used them. Do you now borrow the $15,000 at an incredibly high interest rate, or do you dig into your savings?
That's the kind of dilemma the Biden administration is facing with the oil shortage and high gas prices in the U.S. Biden can dig into our country's over 250 billion barrels of untapped underground oil to stabilize
U.S. gasoline and heating oil inflation, or he can go beg dictators in pariah countries like Venezuela, Iran and Saudi Arabia to sell us enough oil to alleviate the growing pressure on American pocketbooks.
So, it's take some money (oil) out of our huge internal account, or go to thug lenders and borrow money (oil) at an incredibly high cost to our principles and morals.
Unfortunately, based on Biden's secret deal with Venezuela's despotic leader to release unjustly held Americans, his kowtowing to Iran's vicious mullahs to restore the terribly unfair nuclear deal, and his open begging for oil from Saudi Arabia's murderous leader, it looks like Biden has chosen to forgo American principles and "fix the roof" by paying dealing with despotic "lenders" instead of fixing it with our own resources.
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