Obama's no-energy energy plan

 Chris Wysocki at Wyblog is  steaming with  sulphuric sarcasm  today: 
"When Barry took office gas was $1.81 a gallon. This week it hit $3.31 here in New Jersey, only 7 cents below the national average of $3.38.  Wouldn't it be great if there was a plentiful source of crude oil, maybe only a few miles north of us, and a reliable way to get that oil to our refineries? It's almost like Obama's energy policy is "no energy," isn't it? I mean when he claims that three years isn't enough time to study the Keystone XL pipeline proposal (and like Newt said, we won World War II in less than three years!), and then he goes and puts essentially all of our uranium producing lands off-limits to mining, what other conclusion can I make?" Read it all