(PRWEB) July 2, 2003
Check your watch, besides telling you the time, it also tells you the country where it was manufactured. So does your shirt, your tie, your bra, flip your cell phone over and you'll see exactly where it was put together -- somewhere in the Far East, no doubt. But where does your gasoline come from? Look around for a label on the pump and you'll be searching for many fruitless hours.
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Stan Cotton has battled the best of them - and the worst of them. Terror mongers. Oil-tainted desert terrorists. Do-nothing antagonists. And mindless, prattling buffoons.
Now, Cotton Ã the most talked-about man in the fight against America's foreign oil dependence Ã is doing it again.
After taking on Arab-nation terrorists whose hatred of the United States is heavily fueled and financed by Yankee dollars sucked through the foreign oil pipeline, the outrageous thought-provoking ad man is directing his barbs at an even more brazen target. The United States Congress."I just can't understand why members of Congress aren't totally committing themselves to fuel alternatives that are being developed right there on our shores," Cotton said.
He places the blame for apparent Capital Hill apathy on corporate intimidation, with Big Oil and Big Car Companies looking to solidify and maintain their places in the oil world by giving scant lip service and limited resources to the need for alternative fuel sources. It's time for citizens to kill off the ill-conceived idea that "what is good for Congress is good for America.""It's the other way around," Cotton asserted. "What's good for America is good for Congress." Citizens sick of political doublespeak can now stand with
Now every American voter can easily find out whether his or her congressperson is "loyalty-challenged" or not.By logging on to http://www. joinfoil.org -- energy activists can download a dynamic true or false questionnaire that requires an answer from every member of Congress about exactly what he or she is doing about America's dependence on foreign oil."The public has the right to know how Congress plans to wean the USA from foreign oil, It's time for Congress to fess up on AmericaÃs energy policy.
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IN YOUR FCE PATRIOTISM: http://www.prweb.com/releases/2003/9/prweb80531.php.