The strange politics of kingmakers in corn ethanol country
Bionews is strictly non-partisan and tries to avoid any article that takes sides in this election year. This article, however, points out how odd both presidential candidate positions on ethanol are when you look at their supporters. Sen. Obama fully support ethanol subsidies, especially corn, while his supporters are often the ones are most often critics of corn ethanol, be it from food vs. fuel issues or environmental concerns. Sen. McCain, on the other hand, opposes subsidies for corn ethanol while is supporters are often corn producers and ethanol producers.
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