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May 09, 2006

Senators Assail Bush On Gas Mileage, Lawmakers Accuse Bush Administration Of Trailing The Marketplace - CBS News

Oh sure, now that Bush is down... some lawmakers step-up to the plate on environmental issues.

Democrats behave like pansies.

This should have happened a while ago.

Link: Senators Assail Bush On Gas Mileage, Lawmakers Accuse Bush Administration Of Trailing The Marketplace - CBS News.

Senators called for an increase in automobile fuel economy Tuesday and accused the Bush administration of trailing behind the marketplace in opposing significant increases.

Sen. Maria Cantwell, D-Wash., ridiculed the administration's characterization of its recent increase in small truck and SUV mileage as "bold" saying it amounts to a 1.8-mile-per-gallon boost over the next four years.


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If you're not sure what grade of fuel works best for your car, open up your owner's manual and take a look. As long as your engine doesn't knock or ping when you fuel up with regular unleaded, you're good to drive on this much cheaper gas.

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