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‘That’s Absolutely Not Fair’

Ed Morrissey highlights an exchange from this morning’s Fox & Friends, in which Obama energy czar Carol “Brownout” Browner admits she still hasn’t read the cap-and-trade bill passed by the House on Friday night.  Steve Doocy’s insistence that she answer his question was “absolutely not fair,” she protested, assuring viewers that she’d read “vast portions” of the legislation.

Here’s the back-and-forth:

Note to mainstream-media reporters: Do you think it might be a legitimate question to ask our nation’s energy czar why she still hasn’t read the most dramatic (read: ruinous) energy bill ever passed?  All joking aside, what exactly did she do all weekend?  Shouldn’t this have been her priority?  Hopefully she wasn’t hanging with the president.

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