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Senate Proceeding on Jul 30th, 2008 :: 4:13:09 to 4:16:07
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Wayne Allard

4:06:33 to 4:13:09( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Wayne Allard

Wayne Allard

4:12:56 to 4:13:09( Edit History Discussion )

Wayne Allard: know whether the senator from wyoming has anything to say about how his citizens in his state are feeling the impact of high fuel prices in wyoming but certainly they are being felt in the state

John Barrow

4:13:09 to 4:13:21( Edit History Discussion )

John Barrow: of colorado and it wouldn't surprise me if they aren't similar inla the state of wyoming. mr. barrasso: m president, the people in wyoming are clearly affected in terms of large distances they have to drive

John Barrow

4:13:09 to 4:16:07( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: John Barrow

John Barrow

4:13:21 to 4:13:34( Edit History Discussion )

John Barrow: and that is whether you are going do see the doctor, whether you are going to take the kids to school, whether you're going to shop for grocery. when they look at how many miles on average people

John Barrow

4:13:34 to 4:13:47( Edit History Discussion )

John Barrow: drive a year, wyoming is number one in terms of the long of the distances. so when the price of fuel goes up, the price of gas at the pump, the people of wyoming feel it greatest because they are

John Barrow

4:13:47 to 4:13:58( Edit History Discussion )

John Barrow: driving that many more miles and many of them with pickup trucks or utility vehicles because far away from home and you need, during the winter, to have those higher-profile, larger vehicles. it's

John Barrow

4:13:58 to 4:14:19( Edit History Discussion )

John Barrow: a matter of personal safety is what we want our kids to be in, as well. so the inflation is there at the pump but it's not just that. there was an article in the "wall street journal" just this past

John Barrow

4:14:19 to 4:14:33( Edit History Discussion )

John Barrow: week about a woman in caspar, wyoming, runs a bakery. great bakery down on first street, does a nice job but the cooking things she buys to put in the bagels -- whether the asked apples, can -- whether

John Barrow

4:14:33 to 4:14:47( Edit History Discussion )

John Barrow: the canned apples, sugar -- everything is up because of the shipping. it is the fuel we use in our own vehicles but also the fuel used to ship products. the people of wyoming -- people are smart. they

John Barrow

4:14:47 to 4:15:02( Edit History Discussion )

John Barrow: get it. they understand that the energy that we use in this nation, there's going toth be a change in how the different sources of energy are. the people of wyoming know we would be wise to be conserving.

John Barrow

4:15:02 to 4:15:16( Edit History Discussion )

John Barrow: and we are. they know we would be wise to use the renewables that we have a lot of. but they also are wise in knowing we do need to find more and use less. it is a matter of supply and demand. until

John Barrow

4:15:16 to 4:15:37( Edit History Discussion )

John Barrow: you deal with both sides of that equation, people are going to continue to feel the pain not just at the pump but also at the grocery store. so the people of wyoming get it. they know the importance of the

John Barrow

4:15:37 to 4:15:52( Edit History Discussion )

John Barrow: work that we're doing here in finding and trying to find solutions that will help america become energy self-sufficient by developing america's coal, and american are you unusual energy and american

John Barrow

4:15:52 to 4:16:07( Edit History Discussion )

John Barrow: natural gas. mr. allard: we need to be less dependent on foreign sources of oil not only for our own economic well-being but for the security of this country. if we have to rely on our enemies

Wayne Allard

4:16:07 to 4:16:22( Edit History Discussion )

Wayne Allard: or possible enemies too provide us with fuel that creates all sorts of security problems, i think, for this country. so we have to make sure that we have plenty of sources for us to meet our military

Wayne Allard

4:16:07 to 4:17:15( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Wayne Allard

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