Time to build in-state pipeline is running short

As the global love for US dollars continues, Alaskans need to wake up and do what is best for our people’s future.

According to Bloomberg news report on September 15, 2011, (“ECB coordinates with Federal Reserve to provide dollars to the Euro area banks”).  This feeble attempt to save the Euro with our fiat dollar currency must be recognized by Alaskans as fruitless. Money and consumption are not a successful economic plan. It is productive power of a Nation/State that brings economic stability.

The people of the world love money, Alaskans are no different. With money we have been a consuming Nation/State with the appearance of success.

Alaskans must step out and up from the evil in D.C. We must take our money and develop a sound economic system of production.

We must demand our State politicians to build the All-Alaskan Gasline to the port of Valdez for the future of the people of Alaska.

Time is short. What do we love the most? Do we love money, as the world does, or real productive economy?

As 2010 gubernatorial candidate Bill Walker recently wrote-”It is time for the people of Alaska to step into its ownership role and proclaim, we can and we shall.”

The choice is ours, the love of money, or the love for future generations with our productive power. It is time we the people build the All-Alaska Gasline.

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