Well, he's decidered again, and now he claims that he's "an ethanol person." And, simplistically, "It makes sense for America to be growing energy." Of course it does, but of course his idea of common sense is, generally, everyone else's idea of a utter lunacy. While President Bush is certainly not uniquely to blame for this, on his watch, years have been lost — years in which a different sort of leader (well, a Leader.) — could have transformed the infrastructure of the United States to non-carbon energy sources. There's a basketful of different technologies to apply, but none of the technology means a thing if it's just in a book. While leadership could have made the United States energy independent during the last eight years, instead, the one-time oil business loser became its Midas. And you, the taxpayer; you, the driver; have been defrauded. Not only is the tank half empty — so are the grocery bags in the trunk!
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