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May 27, 2008


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The development of ANWR is an illustration of irresponsibility in America. The majority of public vetoes the idea of drilling, and yet there is still an effort to extract oil from a rare and diverse coastal plain. The US leads the world in contributions to global warming, but is globally far behind in efforts which contribute to preventing it. The Bush Era is over: let's progress. The time has come and gone for America to idle argue irrelevant issues while the earth disintegrates; this goes for many other global issue as well.

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