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#1 Jun 23, 2010
I fully understand the need to discontinue reliance on fossil fuels, however, it is going to be decades before there is a reliable, inexpensive alternative.
In the meanwhile, we still need to rely on an affordable fuel, one that doesn't bankrupt low and lower income families that depend on these energy sources for heating, cooking, electricity and transportation.
Democrats idea of shutting off oil supplies and bankrupting the cola industry is driving energy costs out of the reach of a lot of families.

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