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Posted: 2/2/2011 5:50:33 AM EDT
Last Friday on a conference call with reporters about the Obama Administration’s long-term energy proposals, Energy Secretary Steven Chu responded to a question about the situation in Egypt, saying: “Certainly any disruption in the Middle East means a partial disruption in the oil we import. It’s a world market and [a disruption] could actually have real harm of the price. The best way America can protect itself against these incidents is to decrease our dependency on foreign oil, in fact to diversify our supply.” This is a nice sentiment. Unfortunately, everything the Obama Administration is doing is only increasing our dependence on foreign sources of oil.


http://blog.heritage.org/2011/02/02/morning-bell-obama-not-egypt-is-biggest-threat-to-u-s-energy-prices/
Link Posted: 2/2/2011 6:15:47 AM EDT
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Apparently this going to be a big push by the O' administration. I got a call from a survey company and decided to play along, all the questions were about mass transit, oil dependence, high speed rail, Obama's SOTU speech, infrastructure etc. I swear, O' must be trying to follow in FDR's footsteps.
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