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Thursday, April 27, 2006

CHEAPER OIL: There's a way to get it — by winning the war in Iraq, says Mark Davis:
Instability in oil-producing nations boosts world oil prices; stability brings them down. The best thing we can do to bring about that stability is to win the war. I'd hate to get in the way of scornful ex-generals tripping over each other in airports during their book tours, but if we could direct our energies toward supporting the war we're in, we might have a better chance of prevailing and seeing that stability unfold.
On the other hand: Want $100 per barrel oil prices quick? The fastest way there is for U.S. forces to pull out precipitiously, the John Kerry defeat-at-any-cost plan.