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August 05, 2010


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Christian Liberty

Oh, I said only anti-American traitors would support a blanket ban on offshore oil drilling... and I MEANT IT. And it serves as further proof that Joe Sestak is an extremist nutjob... and all informed pro-American voters will support the mainstream candidate Pat Toomey.ToomeyForSenate.com

Christian Liberty

Particularly interesting are the views of people who live in the eastern part of the state along the coast. In northeastern North Carolina there is 55% support and in southeastern North Carolina there is 52% support, in both cases outpacing the amount of support there is statewide. That would seem to suggest coastal residents are much... more concerned with America unilaterally surrendering its sovereign right to pursue energy independence with the most affordable and efficient fuels available -- oil and natural gas. Americans have had enough of the lefts childish scare tactics. Its time to be adults again. Its time to support drilling for oil and gas. As Joe would say, Its time to be PATRIOTIC. Patriots would never ask Americans to support blanket bans on energy production. Only anti-American traitors would support federal bans on drilling.


Sounds pretty Un-Christian and Un-Liberty to me. Since when does destroying your enverionment become patriotic.


I wonder who they polled. I was not polled for this. I am AGAINST off-shore drilling. Companies have proven they are irresponsible.


Give me a break. The vast majority of people on the coast do NOT support offshore drilling.


No way is this poll accurate.

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