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70% favor Increased U.S. Oil and Gas Production

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When-will-gas-prices-go-downWith gas prices soaring, energy policy is likely to be a major issue in the midterm election campaign, and voters strongly favor a policy of promoting domestic petroleum production.

The latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone and online survey finds that 70% of Likely U.S. Voters believe the U.S. government should encourage increased oil and gas production to reduce America’s dependence on foreign sources of oil and gas. Only 18% oppose a policy of encouraging U.S. energy independence, while 12% are not sure.

 

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5 COMMENTS

  1. Forget about Gas lets talk about this?
    “It also will push the ABA and every state bar association to codify rules barring certain election challenges and adopt model language stating that “fraudulent and malicious lawsuits to overturn legitimate election results violate the ethical duties lawyers must abide by.”
    A dark money group with ties to Democratic Party heavyweights will spend millions this year to expose and try to disbar more than 100 lawyers who worked on Donald Trump’s post-election lawsuits
    https://www.axios.com/trump-election-lawyers-disbar-5c2b9252-d15d-495f-a759-2446d9fa62e8.html

  2. According to VoterGA investigator David Cross, things are much worse. Cross says: “Right now, the vast majority of attorneys we talk to say they are scared that they will be blackballed by friends, by their colleagues. That the bar association may say they are undermining the constitution. So we need help if we are going to make this happen. I’m putting a plea out there to lawyers across Georgia. If this topic interests you…, please reach out to VoterGA.org.” We expect those in the legal profession, private and public, will rise to the occasion. It’s well beyond the “preponderance of evidence” needed.

  3. AWWW! Are they afraid their memberships to the county clubs will be cancelled?
    They live in an unreal world. It’s time they wake up and see what’s really happening.
    I thought a law license was a commitment to serve the public, not just a ticket to admission in an “elitist society.”