McCain’s Opposition Research – Part 29


Via or from BuzzFeed comes an opposition research file compiled by the McCain campaign in 2008.  The document is 194 pages long.  This post begins  near the bottom of 110 and ends at the top of page 116

I have bolded the first word in each entry for ease of reading.

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In 2003, Romney Said “I Think The Global Warming Debate Is Now Pretty Much Over”Romney:

“I think the global warming debate is now pretty much over and people recognize the need associated with providing sources which do not generate the heat that is currently provided by fossil fuels …”

(Jack Coleman,“Massachusetts Governor Urges Use Of Alternative Energy,”  Cape Cod Times, 3/14/03)

Later That Year, Romney Warned Carbon Dioxide Emissions Were Harming The Environment And Agreed To Join Northeast Regional Emissions “Cap And Trade” System2003: Romney “Acknowledged That Carbon Dioxide Emissions Are Harming The Environment And Agreed To Help Design A Regional Emissions Cap” With Surrounding States.

“In another nod to environmentalists, Gov. Mitt Romney has joined with New York Gov. George Pataki in a plan to limit greenhouse gases from Northeast power plants. In a July 21 letter to Mr. Pataki, Mr. Romney acknowledged that carbon dioxide emissions are harming the environment and agreed to help design a regional emissions cap for power generating plants.”

(Shaun Sutner, “Romney Joins Bid To Curb Emissions,” Telegram & Gazette[Worcester, MA], 8/6/03)

Romney, In July 2003 Letter To Then-Gov. George Pataki (R-NY): “Now Is The Time To Take Action Toward Climate Protection.”

“I concur that climate change is beginning to affect our natural resources and that now is the time to take action toward climate protection. … I share your interest in ensuring that the economic and security contributions made by our electricity generating system are not negated by the impact of emissions from that system on the health of our citizens. … Our joint work to create a flexible market-based regional cap and trade system could serve as an effective approach to meeting these goals.”

(Shaun Sutner, “Romney Joins Bid To Curb Emissions,” Telegram & Gazette[Worcester, MA], 8/6/03)

The Economist  Named Romney “Climate-Friendly” Republican Along With New York Governor George Pataki And Sen. McCain.

“Other ‘climate-friendly’ Republicans include Governor George Pataki of New York, Governor Mitt Romney of Massachusetts and Senator John McCain.”

(“Schwarzenegger v Bush?” The Economist, 10/2/04)

Less Than Two Years Later, Romney Abruptly Pulled Massachusetts Out Of Compact Agreement On Same Day He Announced He Would Not Seek Second Term December 2005: Romney “Abruptly” Pulled Out Of Compact Talks Hours Before Deadline For Agreement.

“Officials in New York, New Jersey and several other Northeastern states scrambled yesterday to hold together what was left of a landmark regional pact to control power plant emissions after the governors of Massachusetts and Rhode Island abruptly refused to sign on. … Gov. Mitt Romney of Massachusetts, a Republican who is expected to run for his party’s presidential nomination in 2008, pulled his state out of the agreement yesterday, hours before the deadline for reaching an agreement, and just before announcing that he would not run for a second term next year.”

(Anthony DePalma, “Greenhouse Gas Pact Is In Disarray,” The New York Times, 12/16/05)

“Environmentalists Were Stunned And Angered By Governor Romney’s Decision.”

(Anthony DePalma,“Greenhouse Gas Pact Is In Disarray,” The New York Times, 12/16/05)

Romney Pulled Massachusetts Out Of The Pact On December 14 – The Same Day He Announced He Would Not Seek Reelection As Governor.

“Massachusetts yesterday pulled out of a landmark multistate pact to reduce carbon dioxide emissions from Northeast power plants, Governor Mitt Romney confirmed last night. … An announcement of the pact was scheduled for today in New York, but it has been put on hold as the seven remaining states discuss changes because of the loss of the two states.”

(Beth Daley, “Mass. Pulls Out Of Agreement To Cut Power Plant Emissions,” The Boston Globe, 12/15/05)

Mr. Romney Defended His Actions. ‘I’ve Been In The Deal Business All My Life … A Deal Is Not A Deal Until Everybody’s Agreed On It.’”

(Anthony DePalma, “Greenhouse Gas Pact Is In Disarray,” The New York Times,12/16/05)

Other States Were Willing To Compromise  “But Not To Go As Far As  Massachusetts Wanted.”

“The other states were willing to compromise, the government officials said, but not to go as far as Massachusetts wanted because they thought it would have undermined the pact’s effectiveness.”

(Beth Daley, “Mass. Pulls Out Of Agreement To Cut Power Plant Emissions,”  The Boston Globe, 12/15/05)

Romney Rejected Plan “Over The Advice Of His Advisers” After Requesting Deadline Extension,  Raising Questions About His Intentions Among Other States.

“Earlier this month Mr. Romney asked for negotiations to be prolonged past a Dec. 1 deadline.  Massachusetts and the other states negotiated intensely and thought they had reached an agreement on a proposal to limit the cost of pollution allowances, thereby protecting customers. … But Mr. Romney rejected the plan on Wednesday, over the advice of his advisers, prompting officials in other states to wonder whether he had ever intended to accept them at all.”

(Anthony DePalma, “Greenhouse Gas Pact Is In Disarray,” The New York Times, 12/16/05

In 2004, Romney Press Event Announcing State Policy To Combat Global Warming Marred By His Refusal To Admit Global Warming Is Happening At Press Conference Announcing New State Policy To Combat Global Warming, Romney Stated He Wasn’t Sure If  Global Warming Was Happening.

“As he introduced a new state policy to combat global warming, Governor Mitt Romney had a surprise for the environmentalists gathered along the Charles River Esplanade yesterday: Personally, he’s not sure global warming is happening. During a news conference at which he formally announced the Massachusetts Climate Protection Plan, Romney said he decided not to take sides in the debate about ‘is there global warming or is there not, and what’s causing it.’ His hedging on the issue surprised some activists …”

(Stephanie Ebbert, “Romney Hedges On Global Warming,”The Boston Globe, 5/7/04)

Though State Plan Pointed To “Consensus Of Climate Change Scientists” Agreeing That Global Warming Was Happening, Romney Claimed To Be Unconvinced, Wrote Letter Asking “If Climate Change Is Happening.”

“Though the new state plan points to a ‘consensus of climate change scientists’ who agree that an increase in greenhouse gases is causing global temperatures to rise, Romney attached a letter to the plan’s final version suggesting he remains unconvinced on the issue at the heart of the proposal. ‘If climate change is happening, the actions we take will help,’ Romney wrote. ‘If climate change is largely caused by human action, this will really help. If we learn decades from now that climate change isn’t happening, these actions will still help our economy, our quality of life, and the quality of our environment.’”

(Stephanie Ebbert, “Romney Hedges On Global Warming,”  The Boston Globe, 5/7/04)

Romney:   “I’m not a scientist … I read one book over the summer that said, ‘gee, global warming is happening for reasons unrelated to human participation,’ and other reports, far more,  indicate, ‘no no, it’s very much driven by humans.’ Well, I don’t know.”

(Stephanie Ebbert, “Romney Hedges On Global Warming,” The Boston Globe,5/7/04)

Some Observers Saw Politics Playing Role In Romney Stance.

“Some observers see the governor walking a subtle but savvy line between the moderate Massachusetts constituents he is courting and the conservative wing of the national Republican Party, which argues that greenhouse gases do not play a significant enough role in climate change to warrant mandatory reductions.”

(Stephanie Ebbert, “Romney Hedges On Global Warming,”  The Boston Globe,5/7/04)

 

On Same Day In 2005, Romney Supported, Then Opposed Northeast Regional Compact On Climate Change Romney Initially Called Northeast Regional Compact To Address Greenhouse Gas Emissions  “Good Business,” Then Retracted His Support Only Weeks Later.

“A group of Northeast states has postponed the announcement of a landmark agreement to limit greenhouse gas emissions from power plants after Governor Mitt Romney raised objections to the pact late last week, two government sources familiar with the agreement said yesterday. … News of the delay comes two weeks after Romney indicated his overall support for the initiative at a conference in Boston, calling it ‘good business’ because it would prompt Massachusetts companies to develop state-of-the-art clean-energy technology.”

(Beth Daley and Scott Helman, “Romney Doubts Seen Delaying Emissions Pact,”  The Boston Globe, 11/22/05)

 

Romney Changed Positions On Regional Agreement Within Span Of  One Day.

“At a clean-energy conference in Boston on Nov. 7, Romney sounded exuberant about the Northeast state agreement, saying in his speech that it was ‘a great thing for the Commonwealth.’ ‘We can effectively create incentives to help stimulate a sector of the economy and at the same time not kill jobs,’ he said. Later that day, however, Romney outlined to reporters several fears he had about the proposed agreement.”

(Beth Daley and Scott Helman, “Romney Doubts Seen Delaying Emissions Pact,”  The Boston Globe, 11/22/05)

Romney Claim, Circa 2007: “No Question … It’s Getting Warmer”

In February 2007, Romney Said “Scientists Haven’t Entirely Resolved” Global Warming Question But There’s “No Question About One Thing, It’s Getting Warmer.”

“I have to tell you with regards to global warming that that’s something, which, you’re right, the scientists haven’t entirely resolved, but no question about one thing, it’s getting warmer, and a lot of good reasons for us to use less energy, to use it more efficiently and to develop sources here in this country that could allow us to be more independent of foreign sources.”

(CNBC’s“Kudlow & Company,” 2/7/07)

Romney “Never Really Contested The Underlying Science” Behind Global Warming Theory.

“The debate about the existence of global warming is over. Mitt Romney, the former Massachusetts governor who will probably announce next week that he’s officially a candidate for president in 2008, single-handedly erased any lingering doubts I may have had during his interview yesterday … Romney gave some vague answers regarding his views on dealing with climate change, other than to emphasize that he wanted market-oriented solutions. But Romney,a guy who is trying to portray himself as a follower of Reaganomics, never really contested the underlying science.”

(James Pethokoukis, “Romney, Climate Change, And Growth,” USNews.com, 2/8/07)

Romney Still Attacks “Some In The Republican Party” For “Embracing The Radical Environmental Ideas Of The Liberal Left”Romney Statement “On The Current Environmental Debate”:

Governor Mark Sanford is right. Unfortunately, some in the Republican Party are embracing the radical environmental ideas of the liberal left. As governor, I found that thoughtful environmentalism need not be anti-growth and anti-jobs. But Kyoto-style sweeping mandates, imposed unilaterally in the United States, would kill jobs, depress growth and shift manufacturing to the dirtiest developing nations. Republicans should never abandon pro-growth conservative principles in an effort to embrace the ideas of Al Gore. Instead of sweeping mandates, we must use America’s power of innovation to develop alternative sources of energy and new technologies that use energy more efficiently.”

(Romney For President,Inc., Press Release, 2/23/07)

 

Romney Feels Oil Companies Should Be Investing Their Profits In New Refineries

Romney: “[B]ig Oil Is Making A Lot Of Money Right Now. And I’d Like To See Them Using That Money To Invest In Refineries.”

CNN’S WOLF BLITZER: “What do you say to the audience out there who believes that there’s too much of an alliance, if you will, between the big oil companies and Republicans?”ROMNEY: “[W]ith regards to big oil, big oil is making a lot of money right now. And I’d like to see them using that money to invest in refineries. Don’t forget that when companies earn profit, that money’s supposed to be reinvested in growth. And our refineries are old. Someone said to me — Matt Simmons, an investment banker down in Houston — he said,‘Our refineries today are rust, with paint holding them up.’ And we need to see these companies, if they’re making that kind of money, reinvest in capital equipment. But let’s not forget that where the money is being made this year is not just — and throughout these years — is not just in Exxon and Shell and the major oil companies. It’s in the countries that own this oil. Russia last year took in $500 billion by selling oil. Ahmadinejad, Putin, Chavez –these people are getting rich off of people buying too much oil. And that’s why we have to pursue, as a strategic imperative, energy independence for America.”

(Mitt Romney, CNN Republican Presidential Debate, Manchester, NH, 6/5/07)

 

ROMNEY’S PROPOSED SUV TAX

In 2002 Campaign, Romney Promised To Increase Excise Tax On Vehicles With Low Gas Mileage One Of Romney’s Top Campaign Promises: “Reworking The Vehicle Excise Tax” To “Encourage The Purchase Of Fuel-Efficient Cars.”

“What are your top three environmental/growth priorities? … Mitt Romney: …The state must also address the pollution resulting from increased commute times. I propose a 10-year sales tax moratorium on hybrid vehicles and reworking the vehicle excise tax in a revenue-neutral fashion to encourage the purchase of fuel-efficient cars.”

(Anthony Flint, “Development’s Impact To Test Next Governor,”  The Boston Globe, 10/12/02)

 

Romney Campaign Acknowledged Plan Could “Require Owners Of New SUVs And Other Gas-Guzzlers To Pay A Higher Automobile Excise Tax.”

“Romney’s plan to reduce pollution could also require owners of new SUVs and other gas-guzzlers to pay a higher automobile excise tax. As part of his ‘commuter bill of rights’ package released Tuesday, Romney said he wants to ‘rework’ the excise tax formula to encourage fuel economy.… [T]he discount given to motorists who buy fuel-efficient cars could be offset by a higher charge for new gas-guzzlers, his campaign acknowledged.”

(John Gregg, “Conserve Fuel, Get Tax Break,”  The Metro West Daily News, 9/6/02)

 

“During His Campaign For Governor, Mitt Romney Suggested Charging Higher Auto-Excise Taxes For Vehicles With Low Gas Mileage.”

(Editorial, “Hybrid Car Incentives,” The Boston Globe, 1/30/05)

 

“Romney, At Least, Owns Up To The Need For Specific Tax Increases – Excise Taxes On SUVs…”

(Steve Marantz, “Gov Hopefuls Baffle Voters With Fuzzy Details On Issues,” Boston Herald, 10/27/02)

“Recently Elected Republican Gov. Mitt Romney Of Massachusetts Wants To Peg The Excise Tax On Motor Vehicles To Fuel Efficiency…”

(Brad Knickerbocker, “Out Of Limelight, Environment Resonates As An Issue,”  The Christian Science Monitor, 5/16/03)

In 2003, Romney Officials Said Governor “Plans To Push For A Higher Excise Tax On SUVs As Promise During The Fall Campaign.”

“In addition to the policy on cars used by state employees, Romney plans to push for a higher excise tax on SUVs as promised during the fall campaign … [Romney aide Douglas] Foy said.”

(“State May Dump SUVs Because Of Budget Crunch,” The Associated Press, 1/23/03)

 

The Boston Globe  Urged Romney To Make “A High Priority … His Campaign Promise To Raise The Auto Excise Tax On Sport Utility Vehicles And Other Gas Guzzlers.”

“[O]ne [initiative] that deserves a high priority while the new governor still has a store of political capital is his campaign promise to raise the auto excise tax on sport utility vehicles and other gas guzzlers …”

(Editorial, “Curbing Gas Guzzlers,”  The Boston Globe, 1/6/03)

 

Massachusetts Taxpayers Group: Romney Plan “Would Be A Tax Increase, And That Is Certainly Unacceptable”“Barbara Anderson Of Citizens For Limited Taxation Opposes The Romney Plan On Both Practical And Conceptual Grounds.”

(Editorial, “Curbing Gas Guzzlers,”  The Boston Globe, 1/6/03)

 

Barbara Anderson, Citizens For Limited Taxation:  “[The Romney plan] would be a tax increase, and that is certainly unacceptable. … I don’t think they have thought this through … To penalize the rest of us because we are going to put our family safety ahead of an experimental (car) or environmental activism, then that would be wrong.”

(John Gregg, “Conserve Fuel, Get Tax Break,”  The Metro West Daily News, 9/6/02)

 

Anderson:  “It annoys me especially when rich people who can afford to have more than one car tell me who can only afford one car what I should have …”

(Editorial, “Curbing Gas Guzzlers,” The Boston Globe, 1/6/03)

 

Democrat State Senator: “It’s A Good Democratic Idea”Democrat State Senator Praised Romney Plan As “Sensible,” “A Good Democratic Idea.”

“The Romney plan was also declared ‘sensible’ by state Sen. David Magnani, the Framingham Democrat who previously proposed a similar plan geared to the sales tax. ‘Conceptually, it makes a lot of sense. It’s a good Democratic idea, a good environmental idea,’ said Magnani…”

(John Gregg, “Conserve Fuel, Get Tax Break,” The Metro West Daily News,9/6/02)

 

As Governor, Romney Discouraged State Agencies From Using SUVs, Implemented Strict Purchasing Requirements To Increase Fuel Efficiency, Romney Administration Directed State Agencies To Only Use SUVs And 4x4s When “Absolutely Necessary” And “Required” State To Purchase Most Fuel Efficient Vehicles.

“To increase fuel efficiency … agencies are expected to limit 4-wheel drive vehicles to those absolutely necessary for emergency or off-road response, and to consider smaller, lower powered passenger vehicles or light-duty pick-up trucks in lieu of SUVs, large passenger vehicles, and large trucks. … All agencies will be required to purchase the most economical, fuel efficient and low-emission vehicles appropriate to the mission. Unless a need is clearly demonstrated otherwise, the goal will be to have all new vehicles achieve a minimum of 20 mpg (estimated city)and to be Ultra Low Emission Vehicles (ULEV) or better.”

(Administrative Bulletin, Executive Office for Administration and Finance, Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 12/1/03)

 

Romney Administration Required Agencies To Demonstrate Need For “Off-Road Capacity” Or “All-Weather Emergency Response” To Justify SUV Purchase.

“[I]n order for an agency to purchase a state owned SUV or 4×4 truck, the need to have either off-road capacity or all-weather emergency response must be demonstrated. Specifically, the desire for non-emergency personnel to drive in inclement weather will no longer be justification for the purchase of a 4×4 vehicle.”

(Administrative Bulletin, Executive Office for Administration and Finance,Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 12/1/03)

 

In 2005, Romney Dramatically Lamented Lack Of Progress On Fuel Efficiency – Then Just Hours Later Said He Did Not Support Tougher Fuel Efficiency Standards In 2005, Romney “Issued His Own Call For Conservation” Saying “We’re Going To Have To Rethink How We Use Energy In Our Society.”

“After introducing the new commissioner of the Department of Conservation and Recreation, Romney launched into a wide-ranging discourse on the nation’s energy challenges. Romney joked about a cardigan-clad President Carter exhorting Americans to turn down their thermostats during the energy crisis of the 1970s. But then Romney issued his own call for conservation, saying ‘we’re going to have to rethink how we use energy in our society.’”

(Scott Greenberger “Lawmaker Proposes Gas Tax Waiver,” The Boston Globe, 9/2/05)

 

Romney:  “[W]e’re going to have to rethink how we use energy in our society. … It’s an amazing fact. You’ve seen that almost everything in America has gotten more efficient over the decade except the fuel economy of the vehicles we drive, that’s become more inefficient.’”

(Scott Greenberger “Lawmaker Proposes Gas Tax Waiver,” The Boston Globe, 9/2/05)

 

Did Not Necessarily Support” Tougher Fuel-Efficiency Standards,Saying Market Forces Would Curb Popularity Of SUVs.

“Romney … appeared to be departing from the conservative Republican position that the best way to reduce the price of oil is to find more of it. But later in the day, the possible presidential candidate emphasized that he did not necessarily support tougher fuel-efficiency standards. … Romney predicted that simple economics will curb the popularity of sport utility vehicles and other gas-guzzlers.”

(Scott Greenberger “Lawmaker Proposes Gas Tax Waiver,” The Boston Globe, 9/2/05)

 

Today, Romney Campaign Claims He Opposes CAFE Standard Increase “On Its Own”Romney “Playing It Safe” On CAFE Standard Increase.

“Romney, at least for now, is playing it safe on the issue. A spokesman said Romney opposes a CAFE standard increase on its own, but he left open the possibility that Romney would support an increase as part of a broader energy plan.”

(Scott Helman, “For Mitt Romney, Son Of The Man Said To Have Coined ‘Gas-Guzzling Dinosaur,’ His Stance On Fuel Economy Could Be Crucial,”  The Boston Globe, 1/28/07)

 

Romney Spokesman Kevin Madden:  Governor Romney believes it would be unwise to arbitrarily increase CAFE standards outside the context of a comprehensive solution to reduce our dependence on foreign oil …”

(Scott Helman, “For Mitt Romney, Son Of The Man Said To Have Coined ‘Gas-Guzzling Dinosaur,’ His Stance On Fuel Economy Could Be Crucial,” The Boston Globe, 1/28/07)

 

Romney Was Open To Raising Federal Gas In 2003 And Has Not Ruled It Out In Future – His Top Economic Adviser Is On The Record Supporting Tax Increase Of $1 Per Gallon In 2003, Romney Said He Was Open To Federal Increase In Gas Tax.

“Governor Mitt Romney refused yesterday to endorse tax cuts at the heart of President Bush’s economic program, but he told members of the state’s congressional delegation during a private meeting he also would not oppose the cuts because he has to maintain ‘a solid relationship’ with the White House. … In addition to refusing to endorse the president’s tax cut,the governor surprised several people at the meeting by saying he is open to a federal increase in gas taxes.”

(Wayne Washington and Glen Johnson, “Romney Weighs In – Carefully – On Bush Tax-Cut Plan,” The Boston Globe, 4/11/03)

Rep. Michael Capuano (D-MA):   “My memory is that [Romney] supported an increase in the (federal) gas tax and he wouldn’t take a position on Bush’s proposed tax cuts …”

(Casey Ross,  Boston Herald’s Daily Briefing Blog,“Romney Faces Questions On Tax Stance,”www.bostonherald.com, 2/7/07)

 

Romney Has Refused To Rule Out Raising The Federal Gas Tax – As His Senior Economic Advisor Advocates – Only Saying It Would Not Be “Politically Acceptable.”

CNBC’s LARRY KUDLOW: “One of your senior economic advisers, Greg Mankiw from Harvard University, former President Bush economic adviser, he is pushing very hard for a $1 increase in the gasoline tax. Since he’s close to you, would you go for a $1 rise in the gas tax nationwide?”

ROMNEY: “Well, I think that would terrify everybody in the whole country. A gas tax of that nature, I think that’s not something that’s going to be politically acceptable to the American people.”

(CNBC’s “Kudlow& Company,” 2/7/07)

 

Romney Senior Advisor Greg Mankiw: “I Would Like To See Congress Increase The Gas Tax By $1 Per Gallon, Phased In Gradually By 10 Cents Per Year Over The Next Decade.”

(N. Gregory Mankiw, Op-Ed, “Raise The Gas Tax,” Wall Street Journal, 10/20/06)

 

 

Romney Has Not Ruled Out Carbon Tax If Elected President

Romney Refused To Rule Out Carbon Tax, Saying He Doesn’t “Close Off Inquiry And Discussion.”

CNBC’s LARRY KUDLOW: “[D]o you favor carbon caps? Do you favor carbon taxes?”

ROMNEY: “Well at this stage, we’re going to look at what’s the best way to incentivize more efficient use of energy. …” KUDLOW: “So,as I hear it, you’re leaving the door open to possible carbon cap or carbon tax?”

ROMNEY: “Oh, I’m not a man that favors taxes, and so I’m not going to — I’m not going to make a statement of that nature. But I can tell you that, you know, I don’t close off inquiry and discussion on a lot of topics and I’m willing to talk to people about their perspectives, but taxes and gas taxes are not something that I’d normally be inclined to.”

(CNBC’s “Kudlow &Company,” 2/7/07)

 

U.S. News & World Report ’s James Pethokoukis: “[Romney] was, you know, certainly leaving himself a little room, you know, with the carbon [tax] issue because he’s – I’m sure they’re not quite sure how they’re going to –how they’re going to fix that.”

(CNBC’s “Kudlow & Company,” 2/7/07)

 

Forbes Magazine’s Quentin Hardy:  “Carbon caps, he’s for them, he just wants them market oriented. … This guy actually likes a lot of government intervention, clearly.”

(CNBC’s “Kudlow & Company,” 2/7/07)

 

In April 2007, Romney Praised France’s Energy Policies And Noted Hitler’s Use Of Liquefied Coal Romney Said U.S. Would Need France’s Help To Build Nuclear Power Plant And Noted Hitler Used Liquefied Coal “I Guess Because He Was Concerned About Losing His Oil.”

“‘I’m afraid building a nuclear power plant in our country today would require us first to hire the French to show us how to do it because they’ve been building ‘em and we haven’t,’ Mr. Romney said in response to a question about energy policy during his talk, as captured on video by the Washington Post’s politics Web log.  So far, so good.  But he kept going. ‘Liquefied coal, gosh. Hitler during the Second World War – I guess because he was concerned about losing his oil –liquefied coal. That technology is still there.’”

(Ryan Sager, “Romney’s Energy Gaffe,” The New York Sun, 4/20/07)

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