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  • n  an oil well with a strong natural flow so that pumping is not necessary

  • Benjamin Lowy Corbis You probably know what happened next: conservation and a global recession--and the gusher of new oil produced by all that capital spending by Exxon and its .
  • Shows like Secrets That Sell!, Designed to Sell, Bought Sold, Get It Sold--notice a pattern?--offer a guide to tapping, Jed Clampett--style, the gusher of wealth sitting under .
  • Consider what happened the first time the nations of the Persian Gulf found themselves in a dollar gusher, during the oil crises of the 1970s.
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  • Health problems in Mayflower
    Great report from HuffPost on lingering problems for residents of Mayflower two months after the oil spill. More than two months after ExxonMobil’s 65-year-old Pegasus pipeline burst and spewed a gusher of thick Canadian tar sands oil through Mayflower, AR, and into a marsh on Lake Conway—the state’s most popular fishing spot—residents are still complaining of health problems and are worried ...
    June 5, 2013 - Arkansas Times

  • Robert Gates in Wall Street Journal
    Given America's difficult economic circumstances and parlous fiscal condition, military spending on things large and small can and should expect closer, harsher scrutiny,Mr. Gates said. "The gusher has been turned off, and will stay off...
  • Robert Menendez in New York Times
    The flow of revenues to oil companies is like the gusher at the bottom of the Gulf of Mexico: heavy and constant,said Senator Robert Menendez, Democrat of New Jersey, who has worked alongside the Obama administration on a bill that would cut...
  • Hillary Rodham Clinton in endorsed [Sen. Barack Obama] - which is like a gusher of money that never seems to slow down,Clinton says in the tape, going on >>>

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