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Chuck Baldwin on Energy & Oil

Constitution Party nominee for President; Reform Party nominee in several states


Drill in Alaska for domestic energy sources

McCain wants to give you $25. Hillary wants to give you $25. Obama wants to make fuel prices skyrocket by punishing those who produce oil and gas. Chuck wants to drill in Alaska and make America dependent on America for energy and not Muslim states.
Source: Blog www.ogresview.com, "Who is Chuck Baldwin?" May 7, 2008

More drilling; more refineries; more nuclear power plants

There is absolutely no reason for us to be dependent upon OPEC. There is enough gas and oil under the soil of Alaska (not to mention the Dakotas and the Gulf of Mexico) to meet the energy needs of the United States for the next 150-200 years. There is also no reason that gas should cost more than $1.50 a gallon (which is about what it was before Bush became President).

We must begin drilling for the domestic oil that we know exists; we must build more refineries and nuclear power plants.

Source: Chuck Baldwin Live column: "If I Were President" May 2, 2008

Other candidates on Energy & Oil: Chuck Baldwin on other issues:
Nominees:
GOP: Sen.John McCain
Democrat: Sen.Barack Obama
Dem.V.P.: Sen.Joe Biden

GOP V.P. Possibilities:
Gov.Haley Barbour(MS)
Gov.Charlie Crist(FL)
Mayor Rudy Giuliani(NYC)
Gov.Mike Huckabee(AR)
Sen.Joe Lieberman(CT)
Gov.Tim Pawlenty(MN)
Gov.Mitt Romney(MA)
Gov.Mark Sanford(SC)

Third Parties:
Constitution: Chuck Baldwin
Libertarian: Rep.Bob Barr
Libertarian: Sen.Mike Gravel
Constitution: Amb.Alan Keyes
Liberation: Gloria La Riva
Green: Rep.Cynthia McKinney
Socialist: Brian Moore
Independent: Ralph Nader
Libertarian: Rep.Ron Paul
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