Senate Hearings on Big Oil Boston:The nation's biggest oil companies defended their combined quarterly profits of more than $30 billion on Wednesday
November 8, 2005

A picture named boston_com_oil_exec_defend_prices_051109a.jpgSenate Hearings on Big Oil

Boston:The nation's biggest oil companies defended their combined quarterly profits of more than $30 billion on Wednesday at a Senate hearing where lawmakers demanded to know when prices would ease.

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Ted Stevens refused to have these guys swear in. As David says, "The Republicans will swear in baseball players but not oil execs." (Hat tip The Boston Progressive)

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