Congressman Michael Arcuri does not support the construction of new refineries in the United States. "For what," he asks, saying it has not been "demonstrated how building a refinery will lower the cost of gas. No one has done that."Hmm . . . No refineries built in the US for more than 30 years . . .
More people driving more cars for more miles (Urban Sprawl, my dears) . . .
What about the Law of Supply and Demand. . .
(Do you have to be over 60 to understand)??
Hopefully the Congressman was misquoted.
This is almost (but not quite) as bad as the Boehlert theory of 'Global Warming' before he was demoted.
It's scary . . . and disturbing . . .
Maybe there is something in the Washington, DC atmosphere that explains such blathering.