Apr 26, 2006

$3/O/O...

Three-O-O - the exact moment President Bush's "September 9/11" battle cry lost its effectiveness.

10 Comments:

Blogger Kit Neill said...

Not to worry, he's on the job, watching for price gougers. NOT!

Bush lost his credibility long ago but the Big Three-Oh hits everyone in the wallet and that's when you have their attention.

The last thing Bush needs is everyone paying attention to what he says - when you lie to cover your lies, it goes downhill fast.

5:13 PM  
Blogger GrandmaNuk said...

Actually, for me.....it took 'til about '02, when they started sabre
-rattling about Iraq. I always felt it was a trumpted-up charge and never backed the invasion. Alone in the wilderness for awhile,
and wish I had been wrong.

6:53 PM  
Blogger Jackie said...

I couldn't stop laughing at the Gerbil telling us how he's going to stop this gas price. What ever happen to his friends the Saudi's. Notice how Bush spins the same lies. I found out that President Chavez is willing to help low income Americans with the oil. Yet Bush will let the prices go up. I wonder what the oil profits will be this time around. So many lies out there I can't keep up. Mr. Snow has experience on lying/spin so he fits right in with Bush and friends. Next we'll hear its Clintons falt that the prices of oil is so high.

8:57 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

Arizona Democrats have called for action to fight skyrocketing gas prices and oil company profits for years. Three years ago, when gas was well under $2.00 a gallon, Attorney General Terry Goddard went to the legislature asking for anti-price gouging legislation, but they denied his proposal. Two years ago, when gas was $2.11 a gallon, Governor Janet Napolitano asked the federal government to intervene in a letter she wrote President Bush, but her request was ignored. Republicans, on the other hand, are just now starting to pay attention to the problems Arizonans are having at the gas pump as gas climbs beyond $3.00 a gallon. Their response, however, is pretty empty. For example, the President's "request for investigations" yesterday is what Attorney General Terry Goddard calls "a classic case of passing the buck."

10:24 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Isn't that the truth.. and arm and a leg... With gas prices so outrageous, we will using a skateboard for transportation. King Gerbil may say that he wants an investigation on individuals who are gas gouging butthe Gerbil Administration, oil companies and majority of GOP politicians are certainly not hurting at the pumps with the huge profits and dividends that they racked in from the oil!

10:29 PM  
Anonymous Kathleen said...

There was thermite in the WTC on 9/11.

Had that not been the case, Bush would not have had the relentless 9/11-scare agenda, nor said, "shake the foundations" of our democracy later that day.

That speech was written before 9/11. He knew stuff was goin down at the "foundations."

While yer hammering Libby, kindly ask him if it was thermite or thermate?

And kindly ask Ol' Alberto McTorturez if we look for the thermate formula online, will we be charged with being "enemy combatants" ???

11:49 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Funniest article of the evening regarding the rise of gas prices. From Thinkprogress.org:

President Bush's latest efforts to lower gas prices "at best are likely to shave a few cents per gallon off the cost of gasoline," administration officials admit. Said one oil consultant, Bush's proposals are "more or less like prescribing aspirin to take care of prostate cancer."

11:55 PM  
Blogger agata said...

I think Bush needs a voice-over, because what this guy is saying is just ridiculous. It's just unbelievable that this magnificent country has someone like Mr. Bush for a prez. I mean, you listen to the guy and you just can't believe your ears. It's a disgrace.

11:12 AM  
Blogger Contessa37 said...

I think I better start saving up for the landrider bicycle that I saw on an informercials on late night television.

I just park my 96 Nissan in front of my apartment

2:24 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Gimme my hundred bucks, now!

3:12 PM  

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