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Unformatted text preview: To Drill or Not to Drill? 1 To Drill or Not to Drill? HUM/111 12/9/11 To Drill or Not to Drill? 2 Off shore drilling has become a hazardous option. This was recently proven with the oil rig explosion in April 2010. We still have not fully recovered from that horrendous incident. With that being said, I believe America and all other nations, not only reduce our dependency on foreign oil, but also find another solution. A solution that helps our dependency, and our planet. Reducing our foreign oil dependency will save our country money. Finding a new source of energy will help our environment, and eventually save money. So the only logical solution would seem to be doing both. Doing both achieves a solution for both of America's energy problems. A new energy resource also creates new jobs, helping with another one of America's problems. Keeping our oil rigs, only seems to help a select few people. All the while the rest of the world suffers. If we work towards the President's goal, of renewable energy, we all come out on the world suffers....
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