Sabotaging energy supply

The spirit of bipartisanship to which everyone in Washington, DC, must pretend for a while longer took an interesting turn last week. The Democrat whom Pres.-Elect George W. Bush nominated as Secretary of Transportation has been head of a department in the administration of Pres. Bill Clinton that last month scorched a little earth in the area of energy supply.Maybe a transcendent sense of national purpose will ensure the loyalty of Norman Mineta, now Secretary of Commerce, to a Republican president. It can happen. Model patriots inhabit the land. Maybe Mineta is one of them. If so, good for him. Good for Bush. Good for the country.But Bush's nominee as Secretary of Energy has reason ...

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