Buy no Gas April 7-9
moriah at preferred.com
Fri Mar 17 12:06:19 JEST 2000
The Friend at RPFEHF at aol.com speaks my mind.
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Sent: Thursday, March 16, 2000 10:42 PM
Subject: Re: Buy no Gas April 7-9
> Dear Friends, It may be a good idea to support a gasout in order to
> oil supply. Recognizing that high oil prices impact a lot of people,
> especially the poor, I'd like to remind Friends that relative to most of
> rest of the world we pay very little. As a result, there are no
> to manufacture fuel efficient cars, develop adequate public
> or charge the consumer for the pollution costs of using fossil. fuels.
> we need is a comprehensive energy policy, not a demand for cheap gas.
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