In his State of the Union address, President Obama publicly embraced an “all of the above” position on expanding our domestic energy supply. Republicans promoted that same policy just a couple of years. Clearly, they don’t mean the same thing, so we ask Virginia Republican U.S. Senate candidate George Allen what the biggest differences are. Allen discusses the type of job growth, economic gain and federal tax revenue that would be available if his state were permitted to drill for oil and natural gas in the Atlantic Ocean. He also explains why America’s rampant deficit spending is contributing to the soaring price of oil and gasoline.