From the inbox:
We posted this video Monday, and I thought it may be of interest to you. It runs for about 10 minutes, but is definitely worth watching [http://www.terrarossa.com/?p=225].
The true price of a gallon of gas is not the $3.00+ we pay at the pump, but is closer to $7.00 when you take into account the amount of U.S. tax-payer dollars spent to secure oil resources.
In a new video just released on our site (www.terrarossa.com), Retired four star general, Charles Wald speaks on the factors often left out of the cost of a gallon of gas. The video, "Cap. Trade. Grow." also features President George H.W. Bush's EPA director, and a successful venture capitalist speaking on the importance of free-market solutions for energy independence.
Watching this made me feel like a conservative (shudder). No wonder the folks out there hate me when I say cap-and-trade isn't so bad compared to a carbon tax. For that reason, and my beautiful hair.