Has a nice ring to it don't cha think?
The president also wants the Energy Department to discuss with local communities the possibility of building refineries on closed military sites. A shortage of U.S. refining capacity has been blamed in part for the high gasoline prices, most recently by Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Abdullah at a meeting this week with Bush.So, judges can't use historical foreign laws as a precedent but energy policy from foreign royalty of a country from which the majority of perpetrators of the 9/11 attacks came - not a problem.
America has not ordered a new nuclear power plant since the 1970s. Bush said that France has built 58 plants in the same period and today France gets more than 78 percent of its electricity from nuclear power.Now all of a sudden he's a fan of France? Hmmm ... and I thought the nuclear option had something to do with changing congressional rules to eliminate the filibuster - my bad.
The president's call for a tax credit for gas-electric hybrid automobiles and for use of clean diesel is similar to a proposal in his budget earlier this year. The hybrid tax break was left out of the energy bill passed by the House last week.Oops. these guys just can't seem to get on the same page these days.