March 5, 2012

Obama's Energy Plan: Costs Rise, Jobs Decline

Liz Peek, The Fiscal Times

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Rising gasoline prices are again spotlighting President Obama’s energy prescriptive -- one of the most dangerous policies embraced by his administration. While he urges Americans to “place your bets on a clean-energy-future,” he is asking them to accept a heavy tax on our economy. When Obama claims, “We can’t rely on the fossil fuels from the last century,” he reveals an outdated grasp of our country’s energy profile. How ironic that this “new generation” leader is so behind the times.

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