This picture is taken of the pipeline close to Prudhoe Bay (the Prudhoe bay area accounts for 17% of U.S. domestic oil production) which is close to the ANWR (Arctic National Wildlife Refuge) coastal plain. I think that many environmentalists are opposed to drilling in ANWR because they believe that the drilling will take place in the beautiful wildlife refuge portion of the area.. others feel that oil spills in the ugly part may contaminate the beautiful part. I am a proponent of drilling in the ugly coastal part of ANWR pictured below.

What do you think? Should we allow drilling in ugly ANWR?


  1. yes. I think there's a lot at stake if we don't find our own sources of oil soon.

  2. Is drilling going to effect the price at the pump? My understanding is no, it won't. Are there other ways to divert our funding of terrorist activities (by sending so much money to the middle east in oil revenues)? I think so.


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