GOP WILL NOT BE THE PARTY OF ‘NO’
November 25 – First of all, we better avoid being the party of “no.” We must offer concrete and positive alternatives that may help accomplish objectives, such as initiate a bold nuclear-energy plan to reduce our carbon footprint, lead globally on climate change, and kick-start the U.S. manufacturing sector. And we can join clean-energy Democrats to push for high-speed rail investments and dramatic increases in renewable and energy-efficiency systems. Together, we can throw the ball deep on an ambitious agenda to become energy-independent.
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