Presidential call for conservation late, as always

10/10/2005
When US President George W. Bush suggested that Americans conserve energy Sept. 26, he made liberals smile and conservatives frown.“We can all pitch in by using-by being better conservers of energy,” he said in Washington, DC, after Hurricane Rita. “I mean, people just need to recognize that the storms have caused disruption and that if they’re able to maybe not drive when they-on a trip that’s not essential, that would be helpful.”Liberals, who always know how much energy people should use, which is always less than people are using, said Bush should have been saying things like this all along.Conservatives said he sounded too much like former Presiden...
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