In the Romney-Ryan cloud, “U.S.” showed up among the most cited (biggest) words; in the Obama plan it’s there, but you’ve got to look for it.
In the Romney-Ryan cloud “oil” and “gas” are king. In Obama’s, “oil” and “gas” are prominent but so are “clean” and “efficiency.”
“Oil” grabs the top spot for the Obama plan, followed by “clean energy,” “gas” and “efficiency.” “Renewable” is visible, but individual renewable energy sources are harder to find.
The Obama plan, which seems to be a good deal more diversified, does not aspire to energy independence, but instead emphasizes energy security (that is, being less susceptible to swings in oil prices caused by political instabilities in foreign countries by reducing our dependence on oil). And this naturally translates into a greater focus on developing other forms of energy and becoming more efficient.