In his weekly radio address on Saturday, President Bush said Congress was ignoring the American public's wishes by not expanding offshore drilling on the outer continental shelf.
"If members of Congress do not support the American people at the gas pump, then they should not expect the American people to support them at the ballot box," Bush warned.
President Bush said before members of Congress begin their heavy campaigning, they shouldn't leave Washington without addressing high gas prices. "At the very least," the President suggested, "Congress should take action on three common sense energy solutions that enjoy bipartisan support." Those are: (more)