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Foreign Oil

Should the U.S. depend on and buy oil from other countries?
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Alex Kaprosy

on 2 December 2010

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Transcript of Foreign Oil

Foreign Oil Should the U.S. depend on the oil of other countries? The U.S. has far less oil reserved than
countries in the middle-east, such as Saudi
Arabia. The World Revolves around oil, and the demand for it is still increasing. The question is not, "Should The U.S. depend on foreign oil. It's, "Should you depend on oil." The U.S. has no choice but to buy foreign oil.
They need to keep up with the rising need for
it in our country. The U.S. consume the most amount of oil, therefore use alot of the oil in our country. Can you take the step in reducing consumtion? The U.S. Should depend on foreign oil, as well as its own. They use a little of their own, that's reserved... ...then buy and use other countries' oil.
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