Yes, corrected, what Lindsey said he was told, not what he divined. He was much more clear on that point than I was.
And to correct QuintEssentia, $50 oil within a year does not necessarily mean before November. If oil is to be moved to $50 within the year from where it is today, this implies it will spend some time at intermediate places... perhaps $120... then $90, etc. There is certainly time to manufacture a healthy drop in oil price between now and November. However that may materialize, if it does materialize, it should not surprise to find that numerous outlets and mouthpieces attached to the media apparatus will be able to do what they deem necessary in order to float the idea that a McCain was somehow responsible...... theoretically speaking, of course, as none of this is poured in stone but is instead highly speculative. However, the same Lindsey Williams began giving lectures 2 to 3 years ago, at which time he told people "mark my words, in the very near future, you will be paying $4.00 per gallon at the pump, and $5.00 not long after that". There were at least a few people back then who thought he was off his rocker, until......... Another interesting aspect about the nature of this kind of report, informal "leak" that is is. It certainly saves the media apparatus a lot of overhead work....like that necessary to manufacture a new series of public consciousness raising wrapped around pop culture "blockbuster movie" in order to help prod a grossly deceived and dumbed-down populous in coming to consider whatever the apparatus needs the populous to realize as plaussible.... a la "4th of July", or pick your flick, .
Just in the local area there has been natural gas corps moving in during the past 6 to 12 months. I don't know if any of them qualify as wildcatters but I do know that at least one of these groups qualify as state-sponsored squatters. A group out of Texas recently petitioned the gov to allow them to take several hundred acres of prime, rural farming areas IE> people's property, via eminent domain, in Bedford County. This is only 1/2 hour south of here; Bud Schuster territory ;) There is a bit of irony.
As we speak there are Spaniards in Texas flirting with taking huge tracts of private property via eminent domain for NAU-TTC purposes. Meanwhile, Texans are in Pennsylvania for similar motives. Following this formula, it would seem that it's time for some Pennsylvanians to petition the gov to force people in some other state, perhaps Idaho, or Washington, go give up massive swaths of their public property.... and then of course it would be Idaho's turn... and then.... and then.... let the band wagon jumping onto continue.