By Tom Doggett and Chris Baltimore WASHINGTON, Feb 21 (Reuters) - Senate Democrats on Tuesday asked the Bush administration to explain how it can slash Middle East oil imports by 75 percent by 2025 when the government's top energy forecaster predicts that won't happen. As President George W. Bush wrapped up a two-day, three-state tour to promote his alternative energy plan, Democrats asked Energy Secretary Sam Bodman to detail how the plan will reduce oil imports from the Mideast. ...
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