Obama and oil

With Barack Obama in the White House, energy commentators never lack for subjects. Because Oil & Gas Journal editorials about Obama's energy policies have been frequent and usually negative, the question sometimes arises whether the OGJ editor dislikes the president. To set the record straight: Without knowing the man personally, the editor likes President Obama. The president seems decent and personable. He's devoted to his wife and daughters. He has a sense of humor. He's supremely smart. He has won election twice to the world's most important political position yet still seems to enjoy rolling up his sleeves and engaging with mainstream Americans. He's probably a great guy to have ...

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