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By Andrew P. Napolitano
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Stephen Brown
Congress is warning gas prices — already on the upswing, these past few weeks — could go even higher, given an Environmental Protection Agency mandate on renewable fuels that's about to take effect.
Ricki Lake's upcoming talk show is issuing an invitation: Go online and join a production meeting.
Lawyer jokes are legion, car salesmen are lampooned routinely, but the occupation the country despises most - it's been measured by Gallup and, yes, lobbyists rank dead last - doesn't even merit ridicule.
"She enjoys flaunting the fact her father's an oil company lobbyist," he said, adding that they've found a new bonding activity.
"We're about normal. I think that a good lobbyist, an experienced lobbyist, isn't going to pay attention to this stuff for more than half a second. This, too, shall pass," he said.