monday rant

President Shrub has this to say about how to deal with the current oil/gas crisis:

“I’ve proposed to the Congress that they open up ANWR, open up the Continental Shelf, and give this country a chance to help us through this difficult period by finding more supplies of crude oil, which will take the pressure off the price of gasoline,” Bush said Monday.

Every time I think he couldn’t possibly say something even more asinine, he goes off and does just that.

This is his solution? Look for more oil?? The lack of creativity and foresight in that solution is staggering. When I think about what Planet Bush would look like, I see oil wells as far as the eye can see and nothing else. And then when the last well runs dry, we all just set on each other like a pack of hyenas, cannibalizing the last bits of life left on the planet, until finally the very last one of us chokes on a stray bone, dies, and our once green Earth dwindles forlornly around the sun for another few millenia, slowly baking into oblivion.

Meanwhile, Obama is spotted out biking with his family. So help me, I will vote for this man, if only because he rides a bike. All I ever saw Bush ride, other than the coattails of his family name, was a Segway…and he couldn’t even stay on.

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