Costly energy choices don’t boost security

04/10/2006
The pursuit of fantasy does nothing for national security.The Democratic Party needs that reminder. If Republicans keep acting like they don’t believe in anything, Democrats might reclaim a house of Congress or two next November. And in 2008, who knows?It’s conceivable, therefore, that the party now in opposition might soon have to quit nagging and start leading. Then it will be best for everyone if they know what they’re doing.On energy, doubts on this score emerge in a document published Mar. 29 entitled Real Security: The Democratic Plan to Protect America and Restore Our Leadership in the World.Among promises to “rebuild a state-of-the-art military” and &...
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