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That would be even better! Go Amy Go!
A fine example of both parties working together. Let's see more of this by NOT voting Franken into office!
force the oil co to pay billions for their mistake. what if the oil companies decide tomorrow that they will not sell gas in the US anymore? too many conditions to drilling in this bill. why bother with it!
i think this was his idea..........
doesn't mean more energy products. It only means more bureaucrats. No thanks.
Great that Klobuchar and Pelosi can finally be dragged into offshore drilling. It is good that they can at least be followers when public opinion has overwhelmed them with support for offshore drilling.
Klobuchar? I read the headline and didn't know the reference. I guess I forgot she was elected to something.
Unlike this guy I heard about in Illinois that wasn't elected to anything.
when Coleman signed on?
If you read the headline you would think our invisible senator was leading the way when in fact she is just jumping on the bandwagon. Norm doesn't get credit for leading but Klobuchar gets credit for following. Four years from now MN residents are still going to say "WHO????"
Norm just jumps on whatever bandwagon is already rolling. Amy is leading a bipartisan effort to pass a reasoned energy bill. Norm should come home and bowl with his moron buddies.
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