January 23, 2012

Fact Checking President Obama's Claims About Domestic Energy

IER, Institute for Energy Research

The Obama campaign just released a website that purports to provide “the facts of President Obama energy record.” This is an intentional effort by the Obama campaign to distort the President’s abysmal energy record. After all, energy production on federal land is down under President Obama and the Obama campaign is trying their hardest to hide and obfuscate this basic fact. . .

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TAGGED: U.S. Energy Policy, President Barack Obama, Politics, Domestic Energy Production, Domestic Energy, Institute For Energy Research

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