Energy Petition (1.3 M Signatures)

-Posted by D. Worth (US) | for- M. Barbay (France)

UPDATE: Forgot to post this Petition last week, and look at it today... Newt’s group delivers 1.3 million petition signatures to Congress: Read.

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I remind you that Democrats are playing a hard-line against calm and conservative measures toward stabilizing energy balance. Uh-oh.

I believe that Democrat's resistance to ANY and all forms of energy legislation, rests on the same logic as their slow steps to address our economy:
Tigerhawk reflects:
"The Democrats who run Congress know that a weaker economy favors their nominee -- and they are loath to pass banking or trade legislation now to improve the nation's industrial standing over fears that it could backfire and give comfort to the Republicans." Read.
I don't see Americans waiting in the wings of inaction, until vote time...
Note: last week's links (below) do not reflect the huge majority who favor essential strives toward addressing 'US energy Survival'.

From earlier post to sign the petition...
This week's Updates (on sites below)
VIDEO addresses a few Conservative ideas, which include alternative energy.
-GOP for American Solutions: View VIDEO

Facts about U.S. Oil and Natural Gas Resources Closed To Development:
38 Billion Barrels of U.S. Oil Resources Inaccessible.
1 Trillion Barrels of U.S. Oil Shale Illegal to Develop.
Majority of Floridians Favor Increased Exploration for Oil & Natural Gas Off Florida’s Coasts
Rasmussen: 67% Support Offshore Drilling, 64% Expect it Will Lower Prices
New Poll: 81% of Americans Support Greater Use of Domestic Energy Resources
73% of the American people agree that with appropriate safeguards to protect the environment, we should drill for oil off America's coasts to reduce our dependence on foreign oil.
Get the Facts: Why a Drill Here, Drill Now Approach Will Help America Pay Less at the Pump

Today's Links...
They Believe: That Government Good at Predicting Prices.

Markets yesterday reacted extremely positively to President Bush’s push to open drilling in the OCS. The Corner’s Larry Kudlow reports:

"Today, at a news conference, Bush repeated his new position, and slammed the Democratic Congress for not removing the congressional moratorium on the Outer Continental Shelf and elsewhere. Crude-oil futures for August delivery plunged $9.26, or 6.3 percent, almost immediately as Bush was speaking, bringing the barrel price down to $136." Read.

-Democrats just discovered what rebates are... After challenging against them, for 2 years. (More later)

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