To Drill or Not To Drill

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To Drill or Not To Drill Tameka Jones Critical and Creative Thinking June 19, 2011 Laura Miller Axia College of University of Phoenix
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I agree with the idea of President Obama pushing forward his agenda to free America from dependency on foreign oil. It may be a very expensive push, but the push is far from unnecessary. Plenty of people have been relying on and a little too dependent on oil and therefore we should not be able to continue to drill for oil. Drilling for oil is very bad for the environment and it is taking away the homes from the wildlife by ruining their habitat. Because we have become very dependent on oil, plenty of people have not even noticed that we spend millions of dollars to bring us oil from other foreign countries. There are plenty of people who say that oil drilling saves the wildlife. Any kind of drilling for oil has the possibility to damage and destroy the environment and the wildlife and their habitats. An example of oil drilling process that was controlled and it still
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This note was uploaded on 07/27/2011 for the course HUM 111 taught by Professor Victoriawhite during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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