McCain wants U.S. weaned from foreign oil by 2025


By Steve Holland LAS VEGAS, June 25 (Reuters) - Republican presidential candidate John McCain said on Wednesday if elected he would set the United States on a path to wean itself from foreign oil by 2025, vowing to "break the power of OPEC" over Americans. Calling U.S. dependence on increasingly costly foreign oil a "dangerous situation" threatening the U.S. economy, McCain said: "Starting in the term of the next president, we must take control over our own energy future, and become once ...

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