President Obama likes to talk about how he supports an "all-of-the-above" energy policy, but in practice, his energy policy is more "none of the above" than "all of the above." From the Keystone XL pipeline to permits for new energy exploration and development, President Obama has repeatedly rejected opportunities to develop American energy sources. Senate Republicans are committed to a real "all-of-the-above" energy policy that would lower gas prices and strengthen our security by developing every available source of American energy.

During his weekly video address, Senator Chuck Grassley discusses the need to increase production of domestic energy to help lower gas prices and create jobs. Along with other senators, he's urging President Obama to examine his policies that contribute to higher gas prices, including restricting access to federal lands and permitting delays, regulatory threats to refiners, and his Keystone XL pipeline decision.

Despite the fact that gas prices have doubled since he took office, President Obama continues to pursue energy policies that discourage or prevent domestic energy production, forcing our nation to rely on imports from unstable regions. The president says he supports an "all of the above" energy policy, but after rejecting ideas like the Keystone XL pipeline, drilling in ANWR, greater offshore production, and issuing additional leases, it appears more like a "none of the above" policy.