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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - Bob Cusack
Critics of a new Environmental Protection Agency emissions policy see the pollution control measure as just another gas-price hike brought into existence by a president who used his White House office to bypass Congress and the will of the people.
"President Obama couldn't get climate change through a Democratic Congress a few years ago," Mr. Cusack said. "He couldn't get it done through Congress so he's going to do it administratively,"
Bob Cusack, managing editor of the Hill, told Fox News that the new EPA rules represent President Obama's latest attempt to circumvent Congress and the will of voters.