there saying. Look it's it's not that we don't trust the United States. It's that. We have to look at our own energy security and so forth and if we're doing that. This doesn't make a lot of sense for us that's that's what. I don't think
this pipeline that rush is trying to build to connect a larger pipeline over into Germany yeah and I think when it comes to energy security and also. Keeping those dollars away from Poland to Russia. This is a a big piece there and I know just gets mentioned
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Mitt confronts the president on energy policy and the two bicker. Romney's aggressive posture may have made him lose the debate by a few points, but it made it impossible for Obama to get the turnaround he sought.
The Keystone Pipeline. Romney talks about an all of the above energy policy and lays out crisp specifics. And one of those is to approve ..... approved, certainly, if states are given more control over their energy policy , certainly.
One of the most obvious ways to revitalize the economy would be an energy policy that gets America off of imports and tapping into our own reserves. The mere announcement of the intention to do things like convert
going. Number three, I think the most important step we can take in terms of perhaps immediate job creation is energy independence , weaning ourselves away from this heroin-like addiction to imported oil. The president is pursuing policies
an invitation from a publisher to write two more books. I would like to do some teaching and would also like to work on energy policy in the private sector.” Another signal from Massachusetts has to do with Governor Deval Patrick, David Axelrod's dry run for