Antagonism clear in Kerry's plan for gasoline prices

Sen. John Kerry (D-Mass.), the leading challenger in this year's presidential race, has provided a glimpse of what life would be like for the oil and gas industry if he occupied the White House.In a word: antagonistic.Kerry's campaign on Mar. 30 issued a "plan to lower gas prices" containing more vilification than ingenuity.The first target of scorn is oil itself.An introduction to Kerry's plan dismisses the substance that satisfies 40% of US energy needs as "that polluting fossil fuel that by its very nature is limited."Then it lashes President George W. Bush and Vice-President Dick Cheney for having the audacity to put the nation's most important energy source at the cen...

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