In Iowa, four out of five Republican candidates for US President say that it’s time to end ethanol subsidies because it’s not the government’s place to support one source of energy over another.
Newt Gingrich was the only candidate at a manufacturing forum held Tuesday that supported ethanol subsidies, while two current frontrunners Mitt Romney and Herman Cain weren’t in attendance at all.
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- "Unless you can provide an enabling technology in real world, you have a science project, not a business."
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