By Patricia Wilson SAN DIEGO, March 30 (Reuters) - Democrat John Kerry blamed President George W. Bush for record gasoline prices on Tuesday and fueled an election-year battle over how much Americans pay at the pump by offering a new policy to control costs. Kerry and Bush, who are locked in a bitter fight for the White House on Nov. 2, exchanged tit-for-tat charges over skyrocketing energy prices with the Republican president's re-election campaign releasing a television ad accusing the ...
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