Thursday, April 27, 2006

Republicans treat American public like 10 dollar hookers. . .again!

Ok well maybe not $10, more like $100 - don't you feel special?

Senators to push for $100 gas rebate checks

WASHINGTON (CNN) -- Most American taxpayers would get $100 rebate checks to offset the pain of higher pump prices for gasoline, under an amendment Senate Republicans hope to bring to a vote Thursday.


What's the catch?

However, the GOP energy package may face tough sledding because it also includes a controversial proposal to open part of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge in Alaska to oil exploration


Of course. Congratulations America, the people you voted into office think you can be bought for $100 bucks.

And does anyone remember way back before the Earth changed on 9-11-01 when President buy-my-love sent everyone $3-500 smackers because having a surplus of cash was such a bad thing?

How did that turn out?

The Outstanding Public Debt as of 27 Apr 2006 at 10:32:26 PM GMT is:



I don't even know what that number is.

And where is the golden goose crapping out all this money? The city of New Orleans is running out of rebuilding money (all the better for private investors to come in and steal public lands for nothing) and the war in Iraq costs about a billion a month or something and this is thier big idea to help us out?

Sorry senators, buying off the American people with a few bucks so your oil executive buddies can continue to make the highest profits ever recorded isn't going to work. Shit your base of half-ton pickup truck with gunracks drivers will barely be able to get a tank and half out of your c-note.

People will buy that about as much as the crazy Wall Street Journal lady (not Peggy Noonan, another one) on Jon Stewart's show last night that tried to tell people the high price of oil was due to ethanol!

What's next for the WSJ - Hybrids most popular vehicle for child molesters?

3 comments:

JasonSpalding said...

Have you ever looked at a map of gas prices in the United Stated based on county? Have you compared it to the results of a presidential election based on a county winner map? Here are a couple links what do you see?

elemental said...

Yeah the politicians get all consumer freindly in an election year - nothing new there. The funny part is their plan to appeal to the consumers this time - do they really think we're that dumb?

R2K said...

: O)