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<P class=MsoNormal style="MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt; TEXT-ALIGN: center" align=center><U><SPAN style="FONT-SIZE: 14pt; COLOR: red; mso-bidi-font-size: 13.5pt">Citgo Gas & Russia(double trouble)<?xml:namespace prefix = o ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:eek:ffice:eek:ffice" /><o:p></o:p></U><P class=MsoNormal style="MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt"><SPAN style="FONT-SIZE: 13.5pt; COLOR: black"><o:p></o:p><P class=MsoNormal style="MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt"><SPAN style="COLOR: red">ANNOUNCED JUST RECENTLY, CITGO, BEING AWARE THAT SALES ARE DOWN DUE TO <?XML:NAMESPACE PREFIX = ST1 /><ST1:COUNTRY-REGION u1:st="on"><ST1:pLACE u1:st="on">U.S.</ST1:pLACE></ST1:COUNTRY-REGION> CUSTOMERS NOT WANTING TO BUY FROM "CITGO-CHAVEZ", HAVE STARTED TO CHANGE THE NAME OF SOME OF THEIR STORES TO: "PETRO EXPRESS" DO NOT BUY FROM "PETRO EXPRESS" EITHER!!! "PETRO EXPRESS" IS ALSO 100% OWNED BY "CHAVEZ." <o:p></o:p><P class=MsoNormal style="MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt"><SPAN style="COLOR: black">
In <ST1:CITY u1:st="on"><ST1:pLACE u1:st="on">Orlando</ST1:pLACE></ST1:CITY> last week, at a citgo station regular was priced at $2.82 per gallon, no customers, however across the street fuel was selling for $2.85 per gallon and all pumps there had cars waiting to fuel.
Have you noticed how the CITGO signs have disappeared in the
past 7-8 months? A very clever move by Chavez. But guess what <U><SPAN style="COLOR: red">CITGO IS</U><U><SPAN style="COLOR: red">
CHANGING ITS NAME.</U><SPAN style="COLOR: black">..this is serious Americans...make sure you read.

<U><SPAN style="COLOR: red">NEWS FLASH:</U><SPAN style="COLOR: black">
<SPAN style="COLOR: black">Chavez is NOW getting a Russian Weapons Factory built by Putin.
The ! RUSSIANS are building an AK-47 Kalashnikov Assault Rifle factory in
Venezuela, to give armament support to Communist Rebel groups throughout
the <ST1:COUNTRY-REGION u1:st="on"><ST1:pLACE u1:st="on">Americas</ST1:pLACE></ST1:COUNTRY-REGION>.

<U><SPAN style="COLOR: red">Chavez NOW has IRANIANS</U><SPAN style="COLOR: black"> operating his oil refineries in
Venezuela for him. It is likely only a matter of time, if not already,
before Chavez <U><SPAN style="COLOR: red">has Iranian built <ST1:pLACE u1:st="on"><ST1:pLACENAME u1:st="on">LONG</ST1:pLACENAME> <ST1:pLACETYPE u1:st="on">RANGE</ST1:pLACETYPE></ST1:pLACE> missiles</U><SPAN style="COLOR: black">, with a variety of
warhead types aimed at: Guess Who?

<U><SPAN style="COLOR: red">CITGO is NOW in the process of Changing Its Name to PETRO
EXPRESS</U>
<SPAN style="COLOR: black"> due to the loss of gasoline sales in the <ST1:COUNTRY-REGION u1:st="on"><ST1:pLACE u1:st="on">USA</ST1:pLACE></ST1:COUNTRY-REGION> due to the recent
publicity of ownership by Chavez of Venezuela.

Every dollar you spend with <U><SPAN style="COLOR: red">CITGO or PETRO EXPRESS</U><SPAN style="COLOR: black"> gasoline will
be used against you, your basic human rights, and your freedoms. He will
start wars here in the <ST1:COUNTRY-REGION u1:st="on"><ST1:pLACE u1:st="on">Americas</ST1:pLACE></ST1:COUNTRY-REGION> that will probably be the death of
millions.

<SPAN style="COLOR: red"><U>THIS IS VERY IMPORTANT</U><SPAN style="COLOR: black"> because Chavez is starting to feel the
loss of revenue from his holdings. <U><SPAN style="COLOR: red">HE OWNS CITGO</U><SPAN style="COLOR: black">. This is a very important
move that everyone should be aware of.

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I agree with Knot a Yacht. Crude oil is Crude oil. But a CITGO boycott could reduce overall retail sales of products other than petroleum. (I guess I will start boycotting their french vanilla cappuchino).
 

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This was on another forum last week and someone did a Snopes check and found that it was not entirely true. As Knot A Yacht stated about the mixing of oils is probably true, my stand is, for wht it's worth, if you buy gas at Citgo, the profit goes into their pocket regardless of where the oil came from. So the less gas sold at Citgo stations, the less money goes in there pockets. JMO
 

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So, what's wrong with Chavez? He doesn't like Bush, but only 30% of Americans find him to be a good President and the rest of the world pretty much feels like he's an imbecile.



I guess we'd rather keep Venezuela from our money preferring to send it all to Saudi Arabia and China - our true allies.
 

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sosmarine (11/30/2007)This was on another forum last week and someone did a Snopes check and found that it was not entirely true. As Knot A Yacht stated about the mixing of oils is probably true, my stand is, for wht it's worth, if you buy gas at Citgo, the profit goes into their pocket regardless of where the oil came from. So the less gas sold at Citgo stations, the less money goes in there pockets. JMO
See, that's the thing. Here in Pensacola, only one raw gasoline goes to 99% of the stations, whether it's a CITGO stationor not does not matter. So if the gas that comes into the port of Pensacolais good ole Chavez gas, then all the stations carry it. So no matter what gas station you go to it's the same raw gasoline. The retail portion of the store is independently owned and operated many times by local people. So boycotting the items in the store actually just hurts the owner of the store. So by not buying your gas at one store does absolutely nothing to hurt Chavez or any company because the same gas is at the store you just went to to skip over the other one.

This may be different for other areas of the country where they have multiple sources of raw gas coming into the area. But for the Pensacola area, this is the way it works.

Make sense??????????
 
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