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Rep. Joe Wilson’s Position on Energy

Below is a response we received recently from Joe Wilson, representative from the Second Congressional District, South Carolina.  Rep. Wilson is a man truckers can get behind and support as we continue to fight high fuel costs.

Dear Mr. Taylor,

Thank you for your recent correspondence regarding renewable energy sources and energy independence. I appreciate your taking the time to write.

I understand your concerns and welcome your interest in this matter. I believe that Congress ought to pass realistic and responsible legislation that will improve energy conservation, and advocate for the development of new energy sources that will solve for both the short and long-term needs of our nation’s growing demands. Indeed, we live in a global market and many nations are competing for oil and other sources of energy. Therefore, it is important to cultivate modern technologies such as hydrogen, as
well as expanding exploration into domestic supplies of clean coal, oil, natural gas, and enhance our nuclear power capabilities.

Please visit my website, to learn more about my views on energy independence. You may be assured that I will keep your thoughts in mind as legislation related to our nation’s energy needs come before me on the House floor.

It is an honor to represent the people of the Second Congressional District of South Carolina, and I value your input.

If I may be of further assistance to you, please do not hesitate to contact me.
Very Truly Yours,

Joe Wilson
Member of Congress


June 26, 2008 - Posted by | Politics, trucking | , ,

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