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Senate passes bipartisan energy bill

But President and House firmly wedded to pro-industry alternative <sigh>
Senate Overwhelmingly Passes Energy Bill.
>> The Senate overwhelmingly approved energy legislation embraced by both Republicans and Democrats Tuesday, but hard bargaining looms with House GOP leaders who favor measures more favorable to industry. <<

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So, Bush sees it for what it is, a way for Senators to increase money flowing back to their states to ensure re-election. Remember, the one force stronger than party ties in our government is the desire for re-election. Congressmen would sell out their mothers if it meant re-election.

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