Steven Waldman

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No Sacrifice Needed In the War for Independence from Foreign Oil

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“While we grow our supplies, we must also reduce our demand — not by changing our lifestyles but by putting the free market to work and taking advantage of technological breakthroughs.”
–2008 Republican platform



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Rob

posted September 6, 2008 at 12:44 am


Well, you have to hand one thing to the Republicans, they are consistent. We can fight terrorism by shopping, we we can wait on cheap electric SUV’s.



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yarrrrrr

posted September 6, 2008 at 1:00 pm


It’s more honest to say that then to put your hopes in tire inflation…
That being said, I get annoyed with the magical “invisible hand” they use that will solve all problems.



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Linda

posted September 7, 2008 at 3:53 am


The 2008 Republican platform is ludicrous. At this point in time there is no solution that will end our dependence on foreign oil. The drill hear and drill now is a gimmick. Reducing demand needs sacrifice and effort on everyone’s part
Fact Check
McCain promised to increase use of “wind, tide [and] solar” energy, though his actual energy plan contains no new money for renewable energy. He has said elsewhere that renewable sources won’t produce as much as people think
http://www.factcheck.org/elections-2008/factchecking_mccain.html
McCain: I Don’t Know What To Do About Gas Prices
Love to tell you I could change the price of gas tomorrow
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=izPyK8506X4&feature=related



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