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Oil Production Is Up – It’s Bush’s “Fault”

April 11, 2012
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Obama – the President who turned “blame Bush” into a policy and procedures manual in the White House - has chosen to ignore one of the biggest opportunities his administration has had to put the whole oil issue at the feet of his predecessor. The reason he is choosing to pass on this opportunity is because it deals with an increase in domestic drilling, for which he is taking credit. Of course, it has nothing to do with his anti-oil energy policies, but rather increases in the private sector and the policies of the Bush Administration. Industry analysts say production is rising — not because of President Obama, but in spite of him.…

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New Political Ad Documents Obama’s Energy Successes

March 30, 2012
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In a new ad released by the American Energy Alliance, we are given a glimpse into the energy successes of the Obama Administration. Successes such as: Opposition to oil exploration in Alaska Wasting millions of taxpayer dollars on bankrupt alternative energy companies – can you say Solyndra? Killing the Keystone Pipeline Unfortunately, these policy “successes” are “failures” when it comes to providing for America’s energy needs. Check out the ad that will air in Florida, Colorado, Iowa, Michigan, Nevada, New Mexico, Ohio and Virginia. It has a strong message.   And from the “truth hurts, doesn’t it” department, DNC Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz shifts the focus to the messenger…

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Mitt, We Have A Problem

January 9, 2012
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Mitt, We Have A Problem

Dear Mitt, Congratulations on winning the Iowa Caucus! I know you have worked long and hard for the Republican Presidential Nomination. On the night of the caucuses, the Democratic National Committee (DNC) Chair, Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz (DWS), was heard saying: “Republicans, in general, aren’t enthusiastic about any of their choices.” This is clear as evidenced by the search for the “not Romney” candidate. While DWS was correct, one thing all Republicans are enthusiastic about is beating President Obama. They will unite behind that cause. If you are to be the candidate who unites the Republican Party, you are going…

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It’s All About Energy, Cost, and International Competition

November 14, 2011
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It’s All About Energy, Cost, and International Competition

We are in an economic war—and it is bigger than Republicans and Democrats battling over tax increases and spending cuts. It is global. The stock market has gone up and down, based on news of Europe’s financial solutions one day, and demise the next. Their success or failure impacts the global economy—including the United States. The various troubled countries: Portugal, Italy, Ireland, Greece, and Spain are often referred to as the PIIGS. While there are myriad reasons for their difficulties, one not discussed on the nightly news is their lack of natural resources. By comparison, the BRIC countries—those with growing…

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The “O” In Obama Doesn’t Stand For Oil

March 17, 2011
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The “O” In Obama Doesn’t Stand For Oil

Sometimes, the chosen one’s never-ending campaign for President reminds me of the movie “Joe vs the Volcano.” “Harry, I know he can get the job, but can he do the job?” Yet, if there’s one thing he’s shown us during this time, it’s that he knows when to act like he’s doing something even when the facts prove otherwise. With energy prices running out of control, the 2012 election just around the corner, and the absence of any comprehensive energy policy, Obama gave a speech this past Friday that attempted to convince America that the “O” in his name stands for “Oil.”  Besides manipulating a…

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