A Prime-Time Greening

There's nothing like a hostile Congress and a war gone sour to bring out the fence mender in a President. Tuesday's State of the Union address was President George W. Bush's most humble yet, filled with domestic goodies designed to appeal to a public fed up with bad news from Baghdad. Immigration, health care and education all got speech time, but most surprising was Bush's new focus on energy and the environment. Is the Oil President really becoming the Eco-President? Opinions are mixed.

Bush's biggest bid was to cut gasoline use 20% by 2017, in part by boosting mileage requirements for cars....

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