Thursday, September 13, 2012

Bloomfield on Energy Independence: Keystone

What is energy independence?

Get us off the plutocrat petrol-dole and petrol-teat of hostile nations who have neither the best interests of this country or this world at heart.

Venezuela and Iran are forming a sinister alliance, with the United States finding a foreign policy challenge looming in Latin America.

Instead of holding off on energy investment in this country, Bloomfield supports the extension of the Keystone Pipeline.

Congressman Henry Waxman opposes the extension of the Keystone Pipeline, issuing the hollow indictment that the Koch Brothers are promoting Congressmen who will push the extension through Congress.

This is an appalling allegation, one with no merit, beyond the embattled incumbents Henry Waxman and Barack Obama, who will do whatever they can to prevent a resurgence supporting business, energy independence, and private enterprise.

Obama and Waxman have instituted policies hostile to private business and free enterprise. They have stalled or frustrated tax cuts for job creators and middle-class voters. At the end of the Bush Administration, gasoline cost an average of $1.80 per gallon. Now gas is hovering at $4.00 a gallon.

Energy independence is a must, and the XL Keystone extension will benefit business, consumers, and national security.

Bloomfield supports Keystone; support Bloomfield for Congress.

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