First photos of China and Cuba JOA deepwater drilling ship

Samsung of South Korea is turning out deepwater drilling ships. This is the straw that broke Obama’s back: The first photos of the offshore, deepwater drilling ship dipping into the same reservoirs the U.S. could be cultivating had it not been for the Democrat party that wants Americans to follow the Central European socialist model of $8 a gallon gas and long lines waiting for trains run by BIG BROTHER unionized employees.

Get ready for the backlash from the middleclass against the green/global warming propaganda.

Drudge Report will broadcast the photos this month. The Chinese/Cuban agreement is about to wake up the sleeping independents and Republicans.

All those millions of dollars wasted by Hillary and Obama, too bad they weren’t invested in offshore drilling rigs.

Meanwhile, millionaires are still being made in West Texas. Don’t believe it? Watch “Black Gold,” a new show on It runs Wednesdays at 10 p.m. Eastern.

— Mick Gregory

9 thoughts on “First photos of China and Cuba JOA deepwater drilling ship

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  2. The straw that broke the cartel’s and Democrat/Socialists’ back!

    Drill here, drill now!

    Take it to the voting booth. Time to sweep out the Demon-rats!

  3. The Media Elite is a well-researched book that opened up the shades on the mass media in the U.S. The core of the book is a survey of major media journalists and included several sets of more precise questions about political attitudes and behaviors. One set asked how the journalists had voted in each of the last four presidential elections (i.e., 1964-76). It produced what is now probably the most frequently quoted data in the media bias debate:
    Among elite journalists who voted for a major party candidate, support for the more liberal Democratic contender ranged from 81 per cent for George McGovern and Jimmy Carter, to 87 per cent for Hubert Humphrey, to a high of 94 per cent for Lyndon B. Johnson.

    — The Media Elite, written by S. Robert Lichter, Stanley Rothman, and Linda Lichter, details a social scientific study of the ideological commitments of elite journalists and the consequences of those commitments on both the reporting itself and on its reception by the public.

  4. Mick:

    You are right that black gold is making Texas millionaires, but I am not sure if the back of the Demon-rats has been broken. In the old days Bill and Hitlary would be wearing cement shoes right about now in the Hudson River (after taking millions from special interest contributors- for speaking engagements) with little to show for it, now that Hitlary is not the Dem candidate. Instead, the Dems let Hitlary and Bill walk away and are pouring more money into the camapaign for Obama, all the while trying to stave off drilling in Anwar, US costal waters and North Dakota. The Dems are certainly going out on a limb with this global warming hoax, but McCain is not cutting off the branch.

    This country will break at $8/gal for gas. Unfortunately, this may be before the back of the dem party is broken.

  5. Bush Says Drill, Drill, Drill — and Oil Drops $9! [Larry Kudlow]

    In a dramatic move yesterday President Bush removed the executive-branch moratorium on offshore drilling. Today, at a news conference, Bush repeated his new position, and slammed the Democratic Congress for not removing the congressional moratorium on the Outer Continental Shelf and elsewhere. Crude-oil futures for August delivery plunged $9.26, or 6.3 percent, almost immediately as Bush was speaking, bringing the barrel price down to $136.

    Now isn’t this interesting?

    Democrats keep saying that it will take 10 years or longer to produce oil from the offshore areas. And they say that oil prices won’t decline for at least that long. And they, along with Obama and McCain, bash so-called oil speculators. And today we had a real-world example as to why they are wrong. All of them. Reid, Pelosi, Obama, McCain — all of them.

    Traders took a look at a feisty and aggressive George Bush and started selling the market well before a single new drop of oil has been lifted. What does this tell us? Well, if Congress moves to seal the deal, oil prices will probably keep on falling. That’s the way traders work. They discount the future. Psychology and expectations can turn on a dime.

  6. The Picture is in great dispute, double checking the picture, I find that the West Polaris is Leased to Exxon Mobil and soon to be off the coast of Brazil. Please correct me or the picture.
    Regarding the letter of intent awarded to the ultra-deepwater drillship West Polaris (Mosvold I) back in October 2006. Seadrill today confirms that the operator, ExxonMobil, has signed the award for the long-term contract to utilize West Polaris for international exploration activities.
    The contract has a firm duration of three years, and estimated contract value is approximately US $570 million. Approximately one third of the contract duration will be utilized by other operators, primarily Ophir Energy.
    West Polaris is currently under construction at Samsung Shipyard in South Korea and is scheduled for delivery at the end of the second quarter 2008.

  7. Jack,
    If you read carefully, the story says when a photo appears it will be the straw that breaks the Democrats’ back. It doesn’t say that this is the photo. Your Web site, rigzone will probably be the first to show the photo. How much oil do you think is off the OCS of the U.S., and how soon could we be drilling?

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