Romney puts oil tax breaks on table as energy plays second fiddle at debate
Sparring in a state where wind power and fossil fuels are booming, neither President Barack Obama nor Republican challenger Mitt Romney dove into the energy weeds in their first head-to-head debate in Denver on Wednesday.
Both professed to support more domestic energy production and offered a few statistics. But each treated energy mostly as a proxy for their jobs creation and tax agendas -- and as a way to tear down the other guy.
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