Obama to map out election-year energy agenda

Past is not prologue enough?

The Hill reports,

President Obama will unveil his election-year energy agenda Tuesday night in his State of the Union address.

In a video message [below] sent to supporters Saturday, Obama said the speech will lay out an economic platform that includes “American energy, fueled by homegrown and alternative energy sources.”

Obama is also likely to tout achievements such as the increase in auto mileage standards and federal support for clean energy projects as he mounts his case for reelection.

The real mystery is whether the president will map out major new energy proposals or simply offer a robust defense — and maybe repackaging — of existing policies…

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  1. I’m looking forward to him touting the U.S. federal government spending $8.7 billion dollars on global warming studies in the past year with many of the sixteen separate agencies doing this work performing redundant research.

    “To meet our fiscal challenge, we will need to make reforms. We will all need to make sacrifices.” – President Obama

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