Pryor on Energy

Pryor: Low Energy
Pryor: Low Energy

OK, let’s try something different today: Let’s see if we can go a full day without posting anything about the presidential race, and focus instead on issues related to Arkansas politics and such. Oooh, this should be exciting!

Hm, let’s see. Here’s an AP story about how U.S. Sen. Mark Pryor and a doughty band of fellow senators are going to work together, by golly, to put all this fussin’ and feudin’ behind us and come up with a jimcracky of a bipartisan energy plan with a balanced focus on renewable fuels and oil drilling.

“The Democrats aren’t going to solve it and the Republicans aren’t going to solve it,” Pryor said. “We’re going to have to work togetheghvmnbbbbbbbbbfvmn,,,,nv

What? Oh, I’m sorry, I got so bored I fell asleep and my head hit the keyboard. Man, this is going to be tougher than I thought. What’s Sarah Palin up to?

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One thought on “Pryor on Energy

  • powker


    The Democrats are now in an all fired rush to get a vote (that they have delayed for months) on energy plan that allows drilling because next month the moratorium ends. Quite frankly, the Republicans win if there is NO vote. Mark Pryor is doing what he always does, pretend to be a moderate while covering for the liberals.

    Will Republicans start fighting the PR battle over this now or will they let this simmer until they lose public support and have to cave to whatever Nancy Pelosi tosses out?


    Are conservatives paying attention out there? Are we going to get outflanked on this?


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