“Ending the crude oil export ban would benefit the entire economy”, IHS’s Jeff Marn said. “Those jobs lead to better, strong communities, schools and so on”.
“What we’ve seen from the Republicans is that they haven’t talked about race beyond immigration, that there’s, like, literally no language there yet”, Mckesson said.
While Bush’s plan stuck to Republican party orthodoxy, he had his critics.
“Bush’s plan is out of step with the American people on clean energy”, Steyer said.
For much of his campaign, Jeb Bush has strayed away from being associated with his more famous father and brother, as commentators have long noted the dynastic overtones of his candidacy – even before he formally announced he was running. “The people who make these decisions will actually have practical experience in the real world”. “That is, when the field narrows and establishment Republicans look for an alternative to Donald Trump, Ben Carson or Carly Fiorina, Jeb is counting on being the most popular remaining item on the menu”.
Clemson University political scientist David Woodward believes voters aren’t “doing anything more than window-shopping right now”.
Pruitt said joining Bush’s team was an easy call.
“I must be blacklisted from the blacklist, because I ain’t never got sh*t”, Yard said. “… It shows him as someone who can articulate positions on big issues and ideas”.
In a post on Medium that will be published Tuesday, Bush plans to argue that Democratic presidential hopeful Hillary Rodham Clinton “baldly politicized the government permitting process” by opposing construction of the Keystone XL pipeline, according to this campaign.
Bush supports completion of the pipeline, a popular rallying cry for Republican voters.
Environmental groups were not impressed by Bush’s proposals. “You can always find the proper balance between the environmental good… and economic progress”, he said.
Mr. Bush also favors removing limits on exporting oil and gas overseas. That’s to say nothing of his support for Common Core educational standards – a program considered a federal overreach by conservatives – or the dynastic last name that he carries in a nation in a deeply anti-politician mood.
The plan includes lifting bans on oil and natural gas exports, approval of the Keystone XL Pipeline, a reduction in regulation and increased deference to states. “Once built, it will be an essential piece of infrastructure more safely and cheaply moving both Canadian and US resources to consumers”, Bush said. He proposed scaling back “mind-numbing” federal regulations, and deferring more to state policies – a change less pressing in Pennsylvania than in a few coastal states such as Florida, which have sought to encourage offshore drilling. “Other, broader regulations, such as Obama’s carbon rule, attempt to impose the president’s conception of how everyone should produce and consume energy”.
“There is great frustration and anger that the system is not working for anybody”, he said.