Republican 2nd District congressional candidate Marvin Parks embraced President Bush`s long-stalled energy plan today. Parks also accused Democratic incumbent Vic Snyder of standing in the way of initiatives that could ease the nation`s energy crunch. Parks and Snyder are opponents in the November general election. Parks spoke with reporters today in a telephone conference. Parks is a three-term state representative from Greenbrier. He said, if elected, he would vote to drill for oil in the Alaskan outback. Parks also said he would support tax credits for private energy research and development and support incentives for new energy technologies. Parks said the Bush administration policies could reduce the nation`s dependence on foreign oil.