March 9, 2012

Obama's Gas Politics Threaten Our Security

Sen. David Vitter, Investor's Business Daily


AP

The price at the gasoline pump is on the rise again, and liberal Washington's first reaction is predictably stale and political: tap into the Strategic Petroleum Reserve. This is clearly driven by election-year politics, leading us down a path fraught with dangers. . .

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TAGGED: President Barack Obama, Election 2012, U.S. Energy Policy, Gas Prices, Sen. David Vitter, Investors Business Daily

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