Sunday, April 15, 2007

The Oil Enforcement Agency


The Oil Enforcement Agency was founded on January 31, 2006, by an act of civic charter following the 217th State of the Union Address. In his address, the President of the United States established the Agency's mandate: "We have a serious problem: America is addicted to oil. To break this addiction ... we must ... move beyond a petroleum-based economy."

The mission of the OEA is to enforce this mandate by bringing to justice those organizations, and principal members of organizations, involved in oil-addiction-fostering extraction, manufacture, or distribution of oil or oil consuming vehicles; and to recommend and support programs aimed at reducing dependence on said oil and other fossil fuels.


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