US politics unbroken

08/22/2011
While a US president overtly hostile to the oil and gas industry hit the road last week to blame economic problems on "partisan games," regulators in his administration remained in Washington, DC, to continue their stomping of American business. Obviously hoping to steal attention from the Republican contest from which a presidential candidate will emerge, Obama rode through the Midwest in an armored bus, stopping in rural towns to snipe at the opposition party and deliver his own message. "We've got a willingness to play partisan games and engage in brinksmanship that not only costs us in terms of the economy now but also is going to place a burden on future generations,&q...
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