The 99% bears the social cost of production and the 1% gets all the profits (excepting for a few low paying jobs on the "petroleum plantation")

What’s more, the US supply of LNG against US demand results in a lower price domestically for natural gas, than a 99%’r will be faced with when export of LNG effectively sets the price at Global supply at Global Demand.

It’s that nice of Obama?! Remember, don’t set the water coming out of your kitchen faucet on fire! And by all means do let the frackers take as much fresh water as they need! (we’ll just have to pay a higher price for water here in the States to facilitate their fracking profits!). Earthquake anyone?!

http://www.fool.com/investing/general/2013/11/24/a-promising-sign-for-us-lng-exports.aspx

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