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Re: Fw: Arctic Refuge in danger again!

Thanks, Marge. Heard a report on radio today that seems to indicate this is just more of the oil interests' rapaciousness. Amazing how brazen the environment's rapist have become in this administration. Maybe they realize there's no tomorrow and if they don't despoil it now, it will be 4 or 8 years before they get another chance.

Dear NRDC BioGems Defender,

As soon as Tuesday, the House of Representatives is going to vote yet again on opening the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge to massive oil development.

The White House and its allies in Congress are cynically exploiting the current rise in gasoline prices as their new pretext for sacrificing America's premier wildlife refuge.

Please go to http://www.savebiogems.org/arctic/takeaction.asp?step=2&item=52141 and send a message telling your representative to oppose drilling in the Arctic Refuge and to vote No on H.R. 4529 -- the bill that would authorize this destruction.

"Although it is not true that all conservatives are stupid people... it is true that most stupid people are conservative."
--John Stuart Mill

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