McCain campaigns for off-shore drilling on Gulf rig


By Ellen Wulfhorst ABOARD THE CHEVRON GENESIS, Aug 19 (Reuters) - Republican John McCain took his campaign high above the waters of the Gulf of Mexico on Tuesday, visiting an offshore oil and gas rig and predicting many more like it along the U.S. coasts if he is elected president. Hoping to highlight his support for new offshore drilling, a hot political issue as Americans face rising energy costs, McCain climbed around open-air platforms, peered at the giant drills and chatted with ...

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