Debating energy policy

10/15/2012
There was a lot of talk about energy in the Oct. 3 presidential debate between Republican challenger Mitt Romney and Democrat incumbent Barack Obama, I'm told. That information came to me secondhand because I wasn't among the millions watching it on TV. Once a political junky back in the days when candidates and issues were decided in convention floor fights, I lost interest in political campaigns when they morphed into packaged television events and sound bites. Besides, like most registered voters I already know which candidate will get my vote. The media blitz up to election day is aimed at the relative handful of "undecideds." Apparently both candidates during the debate use...
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