A Romney differentiator

A presidential campaign supposedly focused on the US economy and noisy with irrelevancy somehow remains silent on energy. This is regrettable. The candidates differ fundamentally on the subject and its relationship to the economy. Both sides could use it to highlight core beliefs. Yet even when economic issues manage to pull attention away from superficialities, such as whether Mitt Romney discloses more than is required of his tax records, energy doesn't come up. President Barack Obama's approach to energy is a matter of record. He wants to discourage the production and use of fossil energy with taxation and regulation and to encourage the use of energy from renewable sources with consum...

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