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Energy Secretary would give himself an “A” for controlling fuel prices

US Politics / Conservative : Wizbang (3 years ago)

No, I’m not making this up.  Truth is always stranger than fiction: Voters may feel the pinch at the pump, but Energy Secretary Steven Chu gave himself an “A” Tuesday for his handling of gasoline prices. Chu told Republican Rep. Dar...

Steven Chu: Why I'd Give Myself an "A" on Controlling The High Price of Gas. Now If You'll Excuse Me, I Have to Load My Ass Into My Massive Gas-Sucking SUV.

US Politics / Conservative : Ace of Spades HQ (3 years ago)

Daryl Issa tweeted this picture: That's Chu, conservin' and stuff. Testifying to Congress, he perjured himself by awarding himself an "A" for his efforts in keeping gas prices down at about the level they are in Europe. Energy Secre...

Chu Lets the Cat Out of the Bag

US Politics / Conservative : Power Line (3 years ago)

(John Hinderaker) Barack Obama came into office as an anti-petroleum crusader. He made no bones about the fact that he wanted gas prices to rise; likewise, his Secretary of Energy, Steven Chu, explained that he wanted U.S. gas price...

AP Ignores Chu's Indifference Towards High Gas Prices, and His Retraction; NYT: Call For Euro-Level Prices Was 'Inconvenient'

US Politics / Conservative : NewsBusters (3 years ago)

On February 28, as reported at the Politico, Obama administration Energy Secretary Steven Chu told a House panel the following in response to a question he interrupted about his interest in having an "overall goal" of lowering gas p...

AN ELECTION-YEAR FLIPFLOP: Chu renounces his desire for higher gas prices. “President Obama’s Ener…

US Politics / Conservative : Instapundit (3 years ago)

AN ELECTION-YEAR FLIPFLOP: Chu renounces his desire for higher gas prices. “President Obama’s Energy Secretary, Steven Chu, renounced his previously-stated desire to see gas prices rise to match European levels in order to motivate ...

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